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https://flic.kr/p/8KrXXR | Santa Maria al Castello, Giornico, Canton Ticino, CH

https://flic.kr/p/8KrXXR | Santa Maria al Castello, Giornico, Canton Ticino, CH

St Michael, c.1476, by Carlo Crivelli; the archangel is shown crushing Satan, with his symbolic attributes of a weapon, armour and the weighing scales used at the Last Judgement.

St Michael, c.1476, by Carlo Crivelli; the archangel is shown crushing Satan, with his symbolic attributes of a weapon, armour and the weighing scales used at the Last Judgement.

St Michael, c.1476, by Carlo Crivelli; the archangel is shown crushing Satan, with his symbolic attributes of a weapon, armour and the weighing scales used at the Last Judgement.

St Michael, c.1476, by Carlo Crivelli; the archangel is shown crushing Satan, with his symbolic attributes of a weapon, armour and the weighing scales used at the Last Judgement.

In alchemy the dragon corresponds closely with what Jung called the Shadow: a collection of characteristics and impulses which could be conscious, but which are denied. At the same time we recognize and see them in other people: egotism, laziness, intrigues, unreal fantasies, indifference, or being obsessed by money and possessions. Detail from central panel of altarpiece by Andres Marsal de Saxe (late 1300s-early 1400s), dating c.1400, at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

In alchemy the dragon corresponds closely with what Jung called the Shadow: a collection of characteristics and impulses which could be conscious, but which are denied. At the same time we recognize and see them in other people: egotism, laziness, intrigues, unreal fantasies, indifference, or being obsessed by money and possessions. Detail from central panel of altarpiece by Andres Marsal de Saxe (late 1300s-early 1400s), dating c.1400, at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

How to Kill Your Dragon, demonstrated by Saint Margaret in an English prayer roll. @MorganLibrary MS G.39, f. 18r.

How to Kill Your Dragon, demonstrated by Saint Margaret in an English prayer roll. @MorganLibrary MS G.39, f. 18r.

Melusine (Etruscan):  Escil·la, relleu d'una urna etrusca, Boston Skylla, Etruscan urn, Late 3rd century B.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This object is one of five ash urns found in a tomb of the Velsi family of ancient Chiusi. On the urn's front is a Skylla, a winged marine monster with the torso of a young woman and coiled fishtails instead of legs. Many Etruscans believed that the journey to the Underworld involved a dangerous sea voyage.  (credit Andrea Kiss)

Melusine (Etruscan): Escil·la, relleu d'una urna etrusca, Boston Skylla, Etruscan urn, Late 3rd century B.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This object is one of five ash urns found in a tomb of the Velsi family of ancient Chiusi. On the urn's front is a Skylla, a winged marine monster with the torso of a young woman and coiled fishtails instead of legs. Many Etruscans believed that the journey to the Underworld involved a dangerous sea voyage. (credit Andrea Kiss)

Saint George Carlo Crivelli (Italian, Venice (?), active by 1457–died 1495 Ascoli Piceno)

Saint George Carlo Crivelli (Italian, Venice (?), active by 1457–died 1495 Ascoli Piceno)

Alchemy:  Le livre de la sainte trinité_circa 1400.  An Alchemy artwork.

Alchemy: Le livre de la sainte trinité_circa 1400. An Alchemy artwork.

St. George and the Dragon Archival Giclée on Canvas by Leonard Porter

St. George and the Dragon Archival Giclée on Canvas by Leonard Porter

Monasterio de Santa Eufemia de Cozuelos, Palencia,  sec. XIII  Portada occidental. Arpías con sombrerito frigio

Monasterio de Santa Eufemia de Cozuelos, Palencia, sec. XIII Portada occidental. Arpías con sombrerito frigio

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