Eris at the Wedding of Peleus and Thetis

Illustration

Liana Miate
by Jean Miélot
published on 07 October 2022

Discordia (Eris, the goddess of the twist) throws a golden apple for the goddesses present to disturb the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, miniature in Jean Miélot's adaptation of Christine de Pisan, L'Epître d'Othéa (Ms. 9392, fol. 63v.), c. 1460.

Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels.

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