Danaides, 1904 by John William Waterhouse -- the Danaides were forty nine daughters of Danaus who murdered their husbands and were condemned to an eternity in Tartarus being forced to carry water in a jug to fill a bath without bottom (or with a leak) and thereby wash off their sins, but the bath was never filled because the water was always leaking out
El Greco - Jesus Christ
AR Tetradrachm. Greek Coin, Ionia, Herakleia ad Latmon. Circa 150-142 BC. 17,24g. SNG von Aulock 1978 var. Nearly EF. Starting price 2011: 1.320 USD. Unsold.
Silver Stater from Abdera, Thrace, c. 411/10-386/5 BCThe figure of Herakles on the reverse of this coin is considered to be one of the finest depictions of him in Greek coinage. The composition, although showing him at rest, clearly illustrates his power and strength. The griffin on the obverse is shown as if it is at the moment of landing, as its wings are slightly open giving the impression that they are still lightly fluttering. This stater of Abdera is one of the finest engraved of that…
Tetradrachm; Apollo of Grynion. Aeolis, Myrina. Ancient Greek coins - Coins of Greece, Macedonia, Thrace - Edgar L. Owen Galleries