Museum. NAPLES. 4. Route. 67
Pinthous from a Centaur (V). 23-27. Myths of Jupiter: "23. Jupiter and
Juno on Mt. Ida; 24, 26. Io in Egypt; 26, 27. Io and Argos; 28. Jupiter
and Cupid; 30. Jupiter crowned by Victoria; 32. Leda with the swan ■
37. Mercury relieves Argos as guard of Io. 38-46. Myths of Apollo:
39. Apollo; 42. Apollo and a Nymph; 44-46. Apollo and Daphne.
47—5b. Myths of Minerva, Vulcan and other deities: 47. Vulcan and the Cy¬
clopes ; 48. Thetis and Vulcan, who is preparing the armour of Achilles •
54. Deities of the days of the week; 57. Ceres with the torch; 60 Bac¬
chus and the panther. Passage to the 1. : 61-64. Diana and the children
4th Room. 65.-70. Myths of Diana: 65. Diana; 67, 69. Diana and
Endymion. 71-80. Myths of Venus and Mars: 72. Venus; 73. Venus and
the wounded Adonis; 74. Cupid chastised; 76, 79. Venus and Mars
81—106. Mercury and Bacchus: 80, 81. Mercury; 90. Bacchus and Silenus;
91. Education of Bacchus; 97. Bacchus and Ariadne; 98. Chariot with
Silenus and the boy Bacchus; 99. Bacchus and Ariadne; 103. Silenus and
the infant Bacchus. Passage to the 1.: 107—154. Myths of Bacchus:
109. Silenus watching the combat between Cupid and Pan; ::,110—112. Rope-
dancing Satyrs; "118, 119. Satyrs and Bacchantes; "'120—123. Centaurs.
By the wall: 128—130. Dancing Satvrs and Bacchantes ; 131—133. Bacchantes.
Passage to the r.: 140, 142. Bacchantes; "150, 151. Rope-dancing Satyrs.
155—240. Myths of Cupid, Psyche and others: 155-164. Cupids playing;
"168. Zephyrus and Chloris; 173. Cupids and Psyche; 180. Cupids with the
seats of Venus and Mars; 184—190. Cupids; 191. Cupids as Lares; 196. Cupids
erecting a trophy to Mars; 197. Dancing Cupids; 200. The Three Graces;
205. Hermaphrodite; 217. Cupids hunting.
5 th Room. A model in wood of the so-called house of Poeta tra-
gicus at Pompeii, which the custodian opens and explains. By the window
a glass-cabinet, containing the skull, arm and impression of the breast of a
woman, found in the Villa of Diomede at Pompeii. 250—292. Water-deities:
258. Tritons; 263. A sea-monster; 265. Scylla with an oar; 266. Architecture;
269, 271. Nereids on sea-monsters; 270. Hylas borne away by nymphs;
281. Polvphemus and Galatea. 293—323. Deities of light, Muses, Seasons etc. :
293, "294, 296. Gorgon's heads; 299. Harpocrates: 300. ^sculapius, Apollo
and Chiron ; 302. Melpomene; 303. Two Muses ; 305. Saturn ; 307. Spring;
322. Apollo as god of the sun. 323—364. Fortuna, Victoria, Seasons:
327. Man and woman, crowned, with baskets; "330. Half-figure of a woman;
331. Woman with a basket; 333. Victoria; 343. Fortuna. 365—370. Various
myths: 366. Europe, Asia and Africa; 369, 370. Man and woman with sacri¬
ficial offerings. 371—386. Muses, Lares etc.: 373. Victims; 380,382. Youth,
crowned, with a goblet; 386. Woman with a goblet. Egyptian Myths: 392,
L. Passage: 1. Meleager and Atalanta. Above them, Dsedalus and
Pasiphae. r. "Medea about to slay her children. Above, Medea.
R. Passage: r. Scipio and the dying Sophonisbe. Above, JEness
wounded and healed by Venus (Virg. JEn. XII.).
6th Room. Myths of the Heroes etc. Entrance Wall, r. in the
centre, Achilles instructed in the lyre by Chiron. Above, "Briseis carried
away from the tent of Achilles, r. Achilles among the daughters of Lyco-
medes; 1. Embarcation of Briseis. Towards the window: in the centre,
Hercules, supported by Priapus, with Omphale. On the pillar, Sacrifice of
Iphigenea, from the House of the Tragic Poet at Pompeii. Above it "Orestes
and Pylades at Tauris, as prisoners before Iphigenea and Thoas.—Wi nd ow
Wall: 1. Perseus and Andromeda; r. Hercules, Dejanira and the Centaur
Nessus. Above, Intoxicated Hercules with Omphale. — Wall of the
Egress: 1. "Hercules and Telephus, who is suckled by a hind. r. Theseus
with Ariadne, who provides him with the clue. "Theseus after the slaying
of the Minotaur. Theseus forsakes Ariadne. — R. Wall. Scenes of common
life : Market-traffic, School etc.; "portrait-medallions etc.