Prometheus Bound

a tragedy (c457 B.C.) by Aeschylus.

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  • Prometheus — /preuh mee thee euhs, thyoohs/, n. Class. Myth. a Titan, the father of Deucalion and brother of Atlas and Epimetheus, who taught humankind various arts and was sometimes said to have shaped humans out of clay and endowed them with the spark of… …   Universalium

  • Prometheus Being Chained by Vulcan — by Dirck van Baburen of the Utrecht School, influenced by Caravaggio, is an example of Baroque chiaroscuro.The painting represents a tale from Roman mythology. Mercury, the messenger of the gods, watches the club footed blacksmith god, Vulcan,… …   Wikipedia

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