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Callisto Photos

A Clever Disguise
How could Callisto have known? Zeus sure looks like Artemis here. [Jupiter and Kallisto by Francois Boucher, 1744]


All Dressed Up
What do you think? How's Zeus's Artemis get-up? [Jupiter and Callisto by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1755]


Discovered!
When you're trying to hide a pregnancy, skinny-dipping is a bad idea. [Diana and Callisto by Titian, 1556-1559]


Splish Splash
Unfortunately, this bath doesn't end well. [Diana bathing with her nymphs with the stories of Actaeon and Callisto by Rembrandt, 1635]


Ursa Major
Turned into a bear, then turned into a constellation—at least Callisto's life was eventful. [Astronomical chart, 1825]


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