Lilith - work Contemporary Renderings of Lilith • 1980s...

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Lilith -- Artistic Renditions 15th c. manuscript illumination Lilith as half woman, half reptile Rest of illumination shows damned souls, while Lilith walks in contentment
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John William Waterhouse’s “Lamia,” 1905 Lilith seduces a knight Turn-of-the-century fascination with the succubus, or temptress merges evil with chivalric in this
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Unformatted text preview: work Contemporary Renderings of Lilith • 1980s version used for advertising purposes • Continuity with 19th c. renditions adding sensual qualities to Lilith • Snake Fgure refers to serpent in Eden • 2000s rendering of Lilith for graphic novel and video game case • Lilith raised to goddess status in new post-modern renditions...
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