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IMG 5855 Johann Michael Rottmayr. 1654-1730. Passau, Vienna. Hercules and Antaeus. In the sky Juno (Hera) on his chariot. 1696 Karlsruhe.

IMG 5855 Johann Michael Rottmayr. 1654-1730. Passau, Vienna. Hercules and Antaeus. In the sky Juno (Hera) on his chariot. 1696 Karlsruhe.
Johann Michael Rottmayr. 1654-1730. Passau, Wien. Hercules et Atäus. Dans le ciel Junon (Héra) sur son char. 1696

Karlsruhe. Staatliche Kunsthalle.

Mythologie Grecque. Antée fils de Gaïa (la Terre) et de Poséidon (Neptune) était invincible tant qu'il restait au contact avec la Terre, sa mère. Il fut vaincu par Heraclès ( Hercules) qui parvint ainsi au jardin des Hespérides. Pour vaincre Antée Hercules le souleva et l'empêcha de toucher terre.



Johann Michael Rottmayr. 1654-1730. Passau, Vienna. Hercules and Antaeus. In the sky Juno (Hera) on his chariot. 1696 Karlsruhe. Staatliche Kunsthalle.

Greek Mythology. Antaeus son of Gaia (Earth) and Poseidon (Neptune) was invincible as long as he remained in contact with the Earth, his mother. He was defeated by Heracles (Hercules), which thus reached the garden of the Hesperides. To defeat Antaeus Hercules lifted him and prevented him from touching the ground.

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