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Apollo and Daphne by Antonio Pollaiuolo, one tale of transformation in the Metamorphoses—he lusts after her and she escapes him by turning into a bay laurel.

Apollo and Daphne - - Antonio del Pollaiuolo - National Gallery, London - The god Apollo pursued the nymph Daphne. She prayed for rescue and was turned into a laurel tree as he touched her.

Comus’ by John Milton, illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1921 by Doubleday, Page & Co

Illustration for 'Comus' by Arthur Rackham. Daphne transforming into a tree while fleeing from Apollo. Daphne transforming into a tree while fleeing from Apollo. An ilustration for Comus by Arthur Rackham. (via rhaegartargaryen-moved)

Daphné in medieval illuminated... | MYTHOLOGER

Daphne, pursued by Apollo, changes into a laurel-tree - Christine de Pisan, L’Epistre d’Othea.

Ovid,  Metamorphoses.

Cadmus, turned into a snake, embraced by his wife Harmonia;illustration to Renouard’s French translation of Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’ (Paris, veuve Langelier, letterpress text on verso. Print made by Michel Faulte The British Museum

The Nymph DAPHNE Transformed Into a Laurel Tree. By Alan Lee (Ovid's  Metamorphoses/Apollo/user: Aethon)

The Nymph Daphne Transformed Into a Laurel Tree by Alan Lee (Ovid's Metamorphoses/Apollo myth/user: Aethon)

Invstigación de la Universidad de Kentucky concluye que la marihuana genera efectos analgésicos contra el dolor social de quien es excluido o marginado, un dolor que se experimenta neurológicamente de la misma manera que el físico.

Invstigación de la Universidad de Kentucky concluye que la marihuana genera efectos analgésicos contra el dolor social de quien es excluido o marginado, un dolor que se experimenta neurológicamente de la misma manera que el físico.

Resultado de imagen de Svetlin Vassilev

art-and-fury: “ - Titania - Romeo and Juliet - Oedipus - Daedal - Europa - Apolonas and Dafni “ Svetlin Vassilev ” ”

This drawing depicts a crucial moment in a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses when a nymph, Daphne, is transformed into a laurel tree to escape the advances of the love-struck god Apollo. "Apollo and Daphne," about 1640, Jan Boeckhorst.

This drawing depicts a crucial moment in a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses when a nymph, Daphne, is transformed into a laurel tree to escape the advances of the love-struck god Apollo. "Apollo and Daphne," about Jan Boeckhorst.

Perseus Beheads Medusa, Book IV, Illustration from Ovid's Metamorphoses, Florence, 1832 Giclee Print by Luigi Ademollo at Art.com

Perseus Beheads Medusa Book IV, Illustration from Ovid's Metamorphoses, Florence, 1832

Illustration zum 1. Buch von Ovids Metamorphosen Illustrated page from the first book of “The Metamorphoses” by Ovid Georges Sandys, 1632

Illustration zum Buch von Ovids Metamorphosen Illustrated page from the first book of “The Metamorphoses” by Ovid Georges Sandys, 1632

D is for Dryad - need to find this book!

D is for Dryad (the book) This book writes a poem referencing to men chasing women and women "changing into a tree" to escape them. Such as Daphne did in reference to Apollo

Ghost "LostSouls" Poppy Z. Brite

Ghost "LostSouls" Poppy Z. Brite

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