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Unformatted text preview: Abrams, 1995. p. 557 The Rape of Europa is a very popular art motif. Zeus fell in love with the maiden Europa, disguised himself as a bull, fitting for this horniest of Gods, and abducted her to Crete. She eventually gave birth to the continent of Europe. Four Cardinal Virtues Slide 4-29: ANDREA DELLA ROBBIA: Allegory of Prudence Fisher, Sally. The Square Halo. NY: Abrams, 1995. c. 1475. p. 165 Plato, in his Republic mentions four virtues, Prudence (or Wisdom), Fortitude (or Courage), Temperance, and Justice. These are called the four cardinal virtues to distinguish them from the three Ecclesiastical virtues we'll see later in the New Testament....
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