Sunday, July 3, 2011

O Cithaeron!

A plate from The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, edition illustrated by Sir William Russell Flint:

Wm Russell Flint — O Cithaeron! — 1909


Larry MacDougall said...

Nice !

borky said...

Bloody hell!

Long time since I last read Marcus Aurelius, but I don't remember anything as raunchy and carnal as this!

Who'd've thought spiritual lucubrations could seem so 'heavenly' or 'divine'?

Anonymous said...

Me and my children if the gods neglect,This has its reason too.