Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess - Found On A Walk

Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess – Found On A Walk

Taken in the ruins of an old chapel and graveyard.

Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess - Found On A Walk
Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess – Found On A Walk
Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess - Found On A Walk
Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess – Found On A Walk

The Cumean Sibyl was the priestess presiding over the Apollonian oracle at Cumae, a Greek colony located near Naples, Italy. She was considered the most important prophetess of all the ancient sibyl.

Her likeness is painted on the Sistine Chapel Ceiling by Michelangelo, and Raphael at Santa Maria della Pace, also by Andrea del Castagno.

I can’t speculate why the old Greek story, tarot card, or offering was at the ruins near an old headstone.

Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess - Found On A Walk
Cumean Sibyl, Prophetess – Found On A Walk

Found on a walk.

 

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