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The Winds -  The figures pictured here, according to Greek mythology, are the Winds. They are, from left to right, top to bottom: Lips, Zephryus, Eurus, and Apeliotes. Lips, or Livos, was the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. Eurus, or Euros, was the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. Apeliotes was the southeast wind, which was associated with good rain. Thus in art he was shown carrying fruit and draped in a cloth that concealed flowers or grain. Greek myth listed eight Winds. The other four are: Boreas (cold north wind), Kaikias (northeast wind), Notos (south wind), and Skiron (northwest wind).     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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The Winds - The figures pictured here, according to Greek mythology, are the Winds. They are, from left to right, top to bottom: Lips, Zephryus, Eurus, and Apeliotes. Lips, or Livos, was the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. Eurus, or Euros, was the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. Apeliotes was the southeast wind, which was associated with good rain. Thus in art he was shown carrying fruit and draped in a cloth that concealed flowers or grain. Greek myth listed eight Winds. The other four are: Boreas (cold north wind), Kaikias (northeast wind), Notos (south wind), and Skiron (northwest wind). © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
Thalia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Thalia in the Vatican Museum. Erato was honored as the Muse of comedy. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Thalia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Thalia in the Vatican Museum. Erato was honored as the Muse of comedy. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Las Mesitas, Colorado - The ruins of San Isidro (San Isidore) Catholic Church, which was built in 1878 and destroyed by fire in 1975. San Isidore is the patron saint of farmers. December, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Las Mesitas, Colorado - The ruins of San Isidro (San Isidore) Catholic Church, which was built in 1878 and destroyed by fire in 1975. San Isidore is the patron saint of farmers.
December, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Las Mesitas, Colorado - The ruins of San Isidro (San Isidore) Catholic Church, which was built in 1878 and destroyed by fire in 1975. San Isidore is the patron saint of farmers. December, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Las Mesitas, Colorado - The ruins of San Isidro (San Isidore) Catholic Church, which was built in 1878 and destroyed by fire in 1975. San Isidore is the patron saint of farmers.
December, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Walsenburg, Colorado - A cross with a barbed wire crown of thorns at a roadside shrine on US Highway 160. December, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Walsenburg, Colorado - A cross with a barbed wire crown of thorns at a roadside shrine on US Highway 160.
December, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Walsenburg, Colorado - A roadside shrine on US Highway 160. December, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Walsenburg, Colorado - A roadside shrine on US Highway 160.
December, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Jeremie's ornate and expansive red and white Cathedral, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
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Jeremie's ornate and expansive red and white Cathedral, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
Voodoo-themed artwork decorates a restored colonial building Jacmel, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
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Voodoo-themed artwork decorates a restored colonial building Jacmel, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
The rustic decay of the Cathedral of St. Phillippe and St. Jacques, Jacmel, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
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The rustic decay of the Cathedral of St. Phillippe and St. Jacques, Jacmel, Haiti. 2015 ©Chuck David/V&W? The Image Works
St Paul  Minnesota USA: February 28, 2017. "Black Lives Matter" and "All are Welcome Here" signs under a birch tree in a neighborhood yard.    ©Steve Skjold / The Image Works
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St Paul Minnesota USA: February 28, 2017. "Black Lives Matter" and "All are Welcome Here" signs under a birch tree in a neighborhood yard.
©Steve Skjold / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:    Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:  The victim's mother raises her hands during the service .  Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: The victim's mother raises her hands during the service . Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:   Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: The Pastor, left, prays with the victim's mother and brother while with other church members during the end of the vigil.  Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: The Pastor, left, prays with the victim's mother and brother while with other church members during the end of the vigil. Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:  Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:   Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017:  A  Pastor, left, prays with the victim's family and others during the service.  Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Union City, New Jersey, October 5, 2017: A Pastor, left, prays with the victim's family and others during the service. Family and friends attend a memorial service at Elim Church for a teen boy, age 16, who was killed when his bicycle collided with a Union City garbage truck the day before. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Harar, Harari province, Ethiopia.– Great mosque.– – View. Photo, 2006.   ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
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Harar, Harari province, Ethiopia.– Great mosque.–
– View. Photo, 2006. ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
Harar, Harari Province, Ethiopia.– Great mosque.– – During friday prayers.– Photo, 2006.   ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
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Harar, Harari Province, Ethiopia.– Great mosque.–
– During friday prayers.– Photo, 2006. ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
Religion / Christianity / Ethiopian church. In Lalibela (Amhara region, Ethiopia) the ceremonies of Timkat (Epiphany): priests carrying covered tabots (replicas of the Tablets of Law) on their heads during the procession. Photo, 2006.   ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
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Religion / Christianity / Ethiopian church. In Lalibela (Amhara region, Ethiopia) the ceremonies of Timkat (Epiphany): priests carrying covered tabots (replicas of the Tablets of Law) on their heads during the procession. Photo, 2006. ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
Religion / Christianity / Ethiopian church. In Lalibela (Amhara region, Ethiopia) the ceremonies of Timkat (Epiphany): priests carrying covered tabots (replicas of the Tablets of Law) on their heads during the procession. Photo, 2006.   ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
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Religion / Christianity / Ethiopian church. In Lalibela (Amhara region, Ethiopia) the ceremonies of Timkat (Epiphany): priests carrying covered tabots (replicas of the Tablets of Law) on their heads during the procession. Photo, 2006. ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
Pilgrims in the mountains on their way to the Easter Orthodox Christian religious celebrations in Lalibela, Ethiopia   5/16/2013    ©Julio Etchart / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Pilgrims in the mountains on their way to the Easter Orthodox Christian religious celebrations in Lalibela, Ethiopia 5/16/2013 ©Julio Etchart / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Priests singing during Easter Orthodox Christian religious celebrations in the ancient rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia   5/16/2013    ©Julio Etchart / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Priests singing during Easter Orthodox Christian religious celebrations in the ancient rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia 5/16/2013 ©Julio Etchart / ullstein bild / The Image Works
St. Frumentius bishop of Ethiopia (fourth century), feast on October 27 and 20 July. Roman citizen originally from Tyre in Lebanon, he was taken prisoner by the Ethiopians together with his brother, with whom he was returning from a trip. The king of Ethiopia gave them the duties at court, and at his death his widow left them free, but asked to remain Frumentius to help his son Ezana yet a boy in the regency. Frumenzio increased the Christian community that was so far mainly made up of Roman merchants, bringing the faith even to Ethiopians; Patriarch of Alexandria Athanasius consecrated him bishop of Axum: St. Frumentius is considered the founder of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. Little image chromolithograph circa 1900  ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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St. Frumentius bishop of Ethiopia (fourth century), feast on October 27 and 20 July. Roman citizen originally from Tyre in Lebanon, he was taken prisoner by the Ethiopians together with his brother, with whom he was returning from a trip. The king of Ethiopia gave them the duties at court, and at his death his widow left them free, but asked to remain Frumentius to help his son Ezana yet a boy in the regency. Frumenzio increased the Christian community that was so far mainly made up of Roman merchants, bringing the faith even to Ethiopians; Patriarch of Alexandria Athanasius consecrated him bishop of Axum: St. Frumentius is considered the founder of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. Little image chromolithograph circa 1900 ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
Polyhymnia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Polyhymnia. Polyhymnia was honored as the Muse of hymns. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Polyhymnia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Polyhymnia. Polyhymnia was honored as the Muse of hymns. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works

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