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Saturn Collection

Background imageSaturn Collection: Palmistry map of the hand

Palmistry map of the hand
A palmistry map of the hand, labelling the different areas

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini

Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini
Saturn. Sixth planet from the Sun. Photograph taken by the Cassini-Huygens

Background imageSaturn Collection: Roman orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia

Roman orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia
Roman men and women having an orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia, held in honour of the god Saturn. Date: circa 1st century

Background imageSaturn Collection: Kronos Eats his Children

Kronos Eats his Children
VILLAGE LIFE:butcher works, monk distributes charity, man sits in stocks, others plough irrigate, wash fleeces, as Saturn/Cronos (Time) flies by

Background imageSaturn Collection: Kronos and Uroboros

Kronos and Uroboros
Kronos floats above the Earth, holding a uroborus

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn in 1874

Saturn in 1874
Saturn observed by L. Trouvelot from a French observatory

Background imageSaturn Collection: View of the encampment of German and Roman armies

View of the encampment of German and Roman armies
View of the battle formation, encampment and entrenchment of German and Roman armies in ancient Germany. Roman legions with eagles, cavalry and barracks

Background imageSaturn Collection: An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nov?

An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nov?
An infographic dated 26 May 1961 of NASA?s proposed Nova space launch vehicle which clustered the boosters of the Saturn C-3

Background imageSaturn Collection: Interior of the Heliopolis, Baalbek, Lebanon

Interior of the Heliopolis, Baalbek, Lebanon
View of the interior of the Heliopolis or Temple of Baalbek, Lebanon Beqaa Valley. Interno del Tempio di Balbec. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Giovanni Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios

Background imageSaturn Collection: Theodosius I on horseback with sceptre

Theodosius I on horseback with sceptre. Theodosius the Great with sceptre, plumed helmet and caparisoned horse. From a column in Istanbul built after his victory over Magnus Maximus. Porta Aurea

Background imageSaturn Collection: Portrait of Roman Emperor Julian

Portrait of Roman Emperor Julian
Roman Emperor Julian, 332-353. Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, philosopher and author in Greek, Byzantine Emperor. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy

Background imageSaturn Collection: Giant saturn butterfly, Zeuxidia aurelius

Giant saturn butterfly, Zeuxidia aurelius (Aurelius butterfly, Papilio aurelius). Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn and his rings! only a penny 1856

Saturn and his rings! only a penny 1856
Street telescope exhibitor in London. Attracting passers by to have a look through the telescope on a clear night for a penny. Date: 1856

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn with two Zodiac Signs Date: 1450

Saturn with two Zodiac Signs Date: 1450

Background imageSaturn Collection: PISANO, Andrea da Pontedera, called Andrea (1270-1349)

PISANO, Andrea da Pontedera, called Andrea (1270-1349). Saturn. 1337-1341. Moulding which decorated Giottos Campanile. Renaissance art. Trecento. Florentine school. Relief on rock. ITALY. Florence

Background imageSaturn Collection: Kronos / Saturn

Kronos / Saturn
Kronos, a Titan, dethroned his father Uranus as ruler of the world, but was dethroned by his son Zeus; the uroborus he holds, and the scythe at his feet, are symbols of time

Background imageSaturn Collection: Rome. Roman Forum. Night view of the Temple of Saturn and Te

Rome. Roman Forum. Night view of the Temple of Saturn and Te
Italy. Rome. Roman Forum. Temple of Saturn, 5th century BC, reconstructed in the 3rd century, and Temple of Concord, 4th century BC. Night view

Background imageSaturn Collection: Divine Comedy. Paradise. XXI Canto. Dante ascends with Beatr

Divine Comedy. Paradise. XXI Canto. Dante ascends with Beatr
Divine Comedy. Epic poem written by Dante Alighieri between 1308 and his death in 1321. Paradise. XXI Canto. Dante ascends with Beatrice to the seventh heaven

Background imageSaturn Collection: Descartes System

Descartes System
The Planetary System of Rene Descartes, with the sun at centre, and with orbits shown for Earths Moon, and for the Satellites of Jupiter and of Saturn. Date: circa 1640

Background imageSaturn Collection: Imaginary inhabitant of the planet Saturn

Imaginary inhabitant of the planet Saturn
An imaginary inhabitant of the planet Saturn. The unstable surface would be impracticable except for light, insect-like life forms who would have to breathe a gaseous atmosphere. Date: 1939

Background imageSaturn Collection: Chaos, Cybele or Rhea, and Saturn

Chaos, Cybele or Rhea, and Saturn.. Handcolored copperplate engraving engraved by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf after illustrations by Leonard Defraine from Mythology in Prints

Background imageSaturn Collection: The harmony of the spheres

The harmony of the spheres. Apollo, god of music, oversees the eight muses connected to eight gods and goddess. Date: 15th century

Background imageSaturn Collection: Life on Titan

Life on Titan, one of Saturns satellites - a world of swamps and of ferocious beasts and giant plants. Scientists speculate that it may be warm enough to support life

Background imageSaturn Collection: Rome. Roman Forum. Effects of lights in the Temple of Saturn

Rome. Roman Forum. Effects of lights in the Temple of Saturn
Italy. Rome. Roman Forum. Temple of Saturn, 5th century BC. Reconstructed in the 3rd century. Night view. Effects of lights

Background imageSaturn Collection: Rome. Roman Forum. Night view of the Temple of Saturn

Rome. Roman Forum. Night view of the Temple of Saturn
Italy. Rome. Roman Forum. Temple of Saturn, 5th century BC. Reconstructed in the 3rd century. Night view

Background imageSaturn Collection: Italy. Rome. Temple of Saturn

Italy. Rome. Temple of Saturn. 498 BC. Roman Forum

Background imageSaturn Collection: Giovanni Cassini Statue

Giovanni Cassini Statue
GIOVANNI DOMENICO CASSINI later Jean-Dominique, French astronomer and first Director of the Paris Observatory, who discovered four of Saturns moons Date: 1625 - 1712

Background imageSaturn Collection: Giovanni Cassini Medal

Giovanni Cassini Medal
GIOVANNI DOMENICO CASSINI later Jean-Dominique, French astronomer and first Director of the Paris Observatory, who discovered four of Saturns moons Date: 1625 - 1712

Background imageSaturn Collection: Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn, WW1

Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn, WW1
Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn. The Saturnians contemplate Earth from their rings, and find the sight of war discouraging. Date: 1918

Background imageSaturn Collection: Planet Saturn with its seven rings

Planet Saturn with its seven rings.. Planet Saturn with its seven rings. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Friedrich Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children), Weimar, 1798

Background imageSaturn Collection: The solar system

The solar system.. The solar system, showing the sun, Mercury, Venus, the earth, Mars, Juno, Pallas, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, the Georgian planet (Uranus) and Vesta (asteroid)

Background imageSaturn Collection: Wall painting that may show Rhea deceiving Saturn

Wall painting that may show Rhea deceiving Saturn.. Painting that may show Rhea deceiving Saturn, or Ceres secret child being given to the goddess Regina and the horse Arion

Background imageSaturn Collection: The first Lockheed Model 75 Saturn NX90801

The first Lockheed Model 75 Saturn NX90801
The first Lockheed Model 75 Saturn, NX90801

Background imageSaturn Collection: ITALY. LAZIO. ROME. Rome. Roman Forum. Column

ITALY. LAZIO. ROME. Rome. Roman Forum. Column base with reliefs that represent a procession. In the background, the temple of Saturn. Roman art. Early Empire

Background imageSaturn Collection: Temple of Saturn and Triumphal Arch of Septimus Severus, Rom

Temple of Saturn and Triumphal Arch of Septimus Severus, Rome, Italy. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageSaturn Collection: Rehabilitating Earth

Rehabilitating Earth
EARTH REHABILITATORS CONSOLIDATED (Henry J Kostkos) Earth descendants on Saturn plan to restore abandoned Earth to its former glory Date: 1935

Background imageSaturn Collection: Temple of Saturn / Forum

Temple of Saturn / Forum
The temple of Saturn viewed from the Basilica Julia in the Forum. Date: 1905

Background imageSaturn Collection: Planet Saturn

Planet Saturn
Saturns rings observed from the surface of the planet

Background imageSaturn Collection: Picus into a Magpie

Picus into a Magpie
The witch Circe falls enamoured of Picus, son of Saturn; but when he doesn t reciprocate her affections, she transforms him into a magpie (pica)

Background imageSaturn Collection: A City on Saturn

A City on Saturn
The spider-like inhabitants of Saturn build their cities in volcanic craters, not only for protection but to benefit from the warm temperatures

Background imageSaturn Collection: A City on Titan

A City on Titan
Here on Titan, largest of Saturns satellite moons, everything is on a massive scale - their cities make New York seem puny. People are intelligent and civilised

Background imageSaturn Collection: Radium Airship

Radium Airship
Other worlds will surely develop their own technologies for space travel : this radium-powered airship of Saturn uses the planets natural resources

Background imageSaturn Collection: Planets - Saturn

Planets - Saturn
SATURN drives his chariot through the skies, drawn by a pair of dragons : miners dig in the earth, prophets and soothsayers, magicians and witches play their trades

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn, Two Views

Saturn, Two Views
Two views of the planet, one from sideways-on, the other looking downwards, showing the surrounding rings

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturns Rings 8

Saturns Rings 8
The rings of Saturn as seen from the planets surface

Background imageSaturn Collection: Blunt / Relative Planets

Blunt / Relative Planets
The relative sizes of the planets. A-Mercury, B-Venus, C-Earth D- Mars, H-Uranus, top-Jupiter and bottom-Saturn

Background imageSaturn Collection: Blunt / Phases of Saturn

Blunt / Phases of Saturn
Phases of the planet Saturn

Background imageSaturn Collection: Blunt / Saturn / Plate 11

Blunt / Saturn / Plate 11
A view of Saturn



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