1. One of a set of Medici tapestries on the Genesis story of Adam and Eve, from the Academia, Florence. The representation of the garden invites comparison with Milton, as does the portrayal of two key dramatic moments: Eve tempted by the serpent, and Eve offering the fruit to Adam.
  2. God Creating the Animals. Raphael and his school (1483–1520).
  3. Creation of Adam. Michelangelo (1475–1564), Sistine Chapel, Vatican.
  4. Engraving, by William Faithmore, of Milton in 1670, a few years after he completed Paradise Lost; it was published as the frontispiece to his History of Britain (1670).
  5. Adam (1528). Lucas Cranach the Elder.
  6. Eve (1528). Lucas Cranach the Elder.
  7. The Expulsion (1427). Masaccio.
  8. The Judgment of Adam and Eve.
  9. Adam and Eve (1504). Albrecht Dürer.
  10. The Fall (1611). Zacharias Dolendo, after Bartholomeus Spranger.
  11. From Geoffrey Whitney, A Choice of Emblems (London, 1586; Scolar Press, 1969).
  12. Adam's Story (Paradise Lost 8.249–559). John Baptist Medina, 1688 Folio Edition of Milton's Paradise Lost.
  13. Satan, Sin, and Death (Book II, Paradise Lost). John Baptist Medina, 1688 Folio Edition of Milton's Paradise Lost.
  14. The Battle of the Angels (Book VI, Paradise Lost). John Baptist Medina, 1688 Folio Edition of Milton's Paradise Lost.

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