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    Minos, judge of the dead

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    cited from the wikipedia :

    In Greek mythology, Minos (in Greek Μίνως, genitive Μίνω) was a mythical king of Crete, son of Zeus and Europa. After his death, Minos became a judge of the dead in Hades.

    On Cretan coins, Minos is represented as bearded, wearing a diadem, curly-haired, haughty and dignified, like the traditional portraits of his reputed father, Zeus.

    In Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Last Judgment (located in the Sistine Chapel), Minos appears as judge of the under-world, surrounded by a crowd of devils. With a snake coiled around him, Minos watches as the damned are brought down to hell.

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    Minos and his son

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    HOLDING HIS LOVE [IMAGINATION]

    SOURCE; WIKIPEDIA link
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    On Cretan coins, Minos is represented as bearded, wearing a diadem, curly-haired, haughty and dignified, like the traditional portraits of his reputed father, Zeus. On painted vases and sarcophagus bas-reliefs he frequently occurs with Aeacus and Rhadamanthus as judges of the under-world and in connection with the Minotaur and Theseus.

    STORY ABOUT HIS LOVE
    Asterios, king of Crete, adopted the three sons of Zeus and Europa, Minos, Sarpedon and Rhadamanthus. In adulthood, the three brothers quarreled over a beautiful boy they were all in love with, by the name of Miletus, son of Apollo and Areia. The youth however preferred Sarpedon, so Minos in revenge went to war and conquered the whole island. Sarpedon and Miletus escaped to Lycia, where Miletus founded the city that bore his name. Other mythographers claimed that the beloved youth's name was Atymnios, and that he was the son of Zeus and Cassiopeia.


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    Minos, Judge of the Dead version. Also, my first post so here goes...

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    Used the wikipedia article. Did the bull skull thing to represent Minos as father of the minotaur.

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    Research:
    greek and minoan costume, art and motifs:
    http://www.usask.ca/antiquities/Coll...ctopusjar1.JPG
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ll-leaping.jpg
    http://www.annaswebart.com/culture/c...oan/index.html
    http://www.siue.edu/COSTUMES/images/PLATE5BX.JPG
    http://www.siue.edu/COSTUMES/images/PLATE5CX.JPG

    Minos:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos
    http://www.pantheon.org/articles/m/minos.html

    Symbolism:
    Horns - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuckold

    Also, Dante's Divine Comedy: The Inferno, Art History, Volume I by Marilyn Stockstad

    This second Minos - the 'bad' king Minos - is the son of this Lycastus, and was a far more colorful character than his father and grandfather. It is to this Minos ('Minos II') that we owe the myths of Theseus, Pasiphaë, the Minotaur, Daedalus, Glaucus, and Nisus. Unlike Minos I, Minos II fathered numerous children, including Androgeus, Catreus, Deucalion, Ariadne, Phaedra, and Glaucus - all born to him by his wife Pasiphaë. He was the grandfather of King Idomeneus, who led the Cretans to the Trojan War.


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    I actually got my sources of inspiration from 3 web sites:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos
    http://www.pbase.com/rainmax/image/34830182
    http://www.sights-and-culture.com/Crete/Knossos.html

    The archaeological photographs helped me keep his costume simple, with blue accents noted for Minoan royalty.

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    Wikipedia:The solar explanation of Minos as the sun-god has been thrown into the background by the recent discoveries. In any case a divine origin would naturally be claimed for him as a priest-king, and a divine atmosphere hangs about him. The name of his wife, Pasiphae ("the all-shining"), is an epithet of the moon-goddess. The name Minos seems to be philologically the equivalent of Minyas, the royal ancestor of the Minyans of Orchomenus, and his daughter Ariadne ("the exceeding holy") is a double of the native nature-goddess.

    Description:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos

    Images and ref:
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    http://images.google.com.au/imgres?i...3D0ll%26sa%3DX
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    Chow 98 :: Minos :: Final Burning

    Minos, Once step-father to the mighty Minotaur. Minos, now a judge of dead, reflects on the death of his step-son, beast, and guilt.


    references:
    Minos (in Greek Μίνως, genitive Μίνω) was a mythical king of Crete, son of Zeus and Europa. After his death, Minos became a judge of the dead in Hades.
    - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos

    Minos was challenged as king and prayed to Poseidon for help. Poseidon sent a giant white bull out of the sea. Minos planned on sacrificing the bull to Poseidon, but then decided not to. He substituted a different bull. In rage, Poseidon cursed Pasiphaë, Minos' wife, with zoophilia. Daedalus built her a wooden cow, which she hid inside. The bull mated with the wooden cow and Pasiphaë was impregnated by the bull, giving birth to a horrible monster, the Minotaur(half man half bull).
    - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos

    Also...my mind, ive read alot on mythos and remember the story of the minotaur very well. Anything with tricking a bull rape to get raped some how stays in my head...

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    reference- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos
    To reconcile the contradictory aspects of his character, as well as to explain how Minos governed Crete over a period spanning so many generations, two kings of the name of Minos were assumed by later poets and mythologists. According to this view, the first King Minos was the son of Zeus and Europa and brother of Rhadamanthys and Sarpedon. This was the 'good' king Minos, and he was held in such esteem by the Olympian gods that, after he died, he was made one of the three 'Judges of the Dead', alongside his brother Rhadamanthys and half-brother Aeacus. The wife of this Minos ('Minos I') was said to be Itone (daughter of Lyctius) or Crete (a nymph or daughter of his stepfather Asterion), and he had a single son named [Lycastus], his successor as King of Crete.
    sistien chapel image- http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Im...elo-minos2.jpg
    this one more on reference of clothing and hair - http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Fashion.htm
    http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Mythology/MythM2.html

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    Just used wikipedia it seemed to have the full story
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos

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    Chow 98 :: Minos :: Final Burning

    Wikipedia as everyone else an their grandma did. I jumped around a few others and didn't save em though. Sorry. =/ Wiki was my main.

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    Here's my final. all credit go to my new muse, without her it would have sucked!


    //edit: Research-wise the details came from his wikipedia article and what i remember about greek mythology. (more specifically the "minos in art" and "minos in poetry". This line is what i based his design off of:

    On Cretan coins, Minos is represented as bearded, wearing a diadem, curly-haired, haughty and dignified, like the traditional portraits of his reputed father, Zeus.


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    Minos, Judge of the Afterworld, sending a dutiful soldier onto Elysium, with hell behind him. After the Virgil version.

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    Internet Resources:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos
    The idea of Elysium/Tartarus(Hell) comes from the virgil version there (of which i did very basic symbolic representations), though I took artistic liberty with much of it (like not putting him on an urn and the silent jury (two figures in one image was enough for me), which leads me to my next resources:

    Book Resources:
    Unfortunately I'm at school right now, and don't have access to my books, so I can't give the exact titles. :/ But:
    1) I think it's called "Mythology" and it's a huge hard cover with a gold spine and a big picture of Medusa's head on the cover. It had a brief entry on Minos, but I mostly used it as reference for style purposes of greek/roman gods (for even though he was minoan, it was in their cultures which he was brought down through the mythology).
    2.) It's green, and totally full of pictures, and I believe the title is "History of Costume Through the Ages" or something similar. As my internet research for Minoan male outfits proved mostly fruitess (I found lots of girls and young men fighting bulls), the book had some Assyrian images which looked fairly similiar, and from which I took the hair and beard (though modified a little by greek and a little of the minoan girls).

    I will check both book titles when I get home, though I probably won't be able to post them until late tomorrow.

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    Minos

    Ran out of time to do more. He looks a little like a Portuguese water spaniel.

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    First Time here. Source: Did Minos from Dante's Inferno Canto V. http://danteworlds.laits.utexas.edu/circle2.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos
    There stands Minos Grotesquely, and he snarls,
    Examining the guilty at the entrance;
    He Judges and dispatches, tail in coils.
    By this I mean that when the evil soul
    appears before him, it confesses all,
    and he, who is the expert judge of sins,
    knows to what place in Hell the soul belongs;
    the times he wraps his tail around himself
    tell just how far the sinner must go down.
    From the Mark Musa translation for Penguin Classics


    Minos Judge of the Underworld has been hardened by unending years to his duty. A plume of fire bursts from behind him as his tail wraps around him showing which circle in the Underworld you will remain. He pauses, and raises his hand in thought. Were you not before him you would pray, but he merely considers where among the lecherous you will stay. Forever.

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    The Dante version

    Resources: "In Dante's The Divine Comedy, Minos sits at the entrance to the second circle in the Inferno, which is the beginning of proper Hell. Here, he judges the sins of each soul and assigns it to its rightful punishment by indicating the circle to which it must descend. He does this by circling his tail around his body the appropriate number of times. He can also speak, to clarify the soul's location within the circle indicated by the wrapping of his tail." (found here)

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    Minos Final

    Here's it is, hope I'm time. Judge of the dead.
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    The main story line from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minos

    Other than that, mostly image searches on google: Crete, Minos, Golden bull. Also influenced by Micheangelo's last judgement, Dore bible illustrations and Alma Tadema's paintings. I'll try to keep better track of my reference next round if this is going to be a new format.

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    I had some time today to work on this character, about 5 hours total. I went with Minos' Judge of the Dead persona.
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    Wikipedia- "After his death, Minos became a judge of the dead in Hades."

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    King Minos!

    Not enought time to draw something better!
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    some cool entries ....tried to get it finished but this is as far as I got

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    Ref - wikipedia - Minos appears as judge of the under-world, surrounded by a crowd of devils. With a snake coiled around him, Minos watches as the damned are brought down to hell.

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