Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Éboli (1540-1592). She lost an eye in a mock fencing duel when she was 14, and she spent her last 13 years in prison after (allegedly) revealing state secrets... Badass princess.
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PINTURA: Fresco Romano; Pasífae con el toro, Casa de los Vettii, Pompeya
Retratos de Fayum - pintura, arqueología
Fayum portrait of a woman Roman Egypt ca 350 a.C.
Charles V (1500 - 1558) King of Spain as Charles I.
A PAINTED WOOD FAYUM PORTRAIT OF A MAN roman period, circa 80-140 a.d. Painted on a wooden panel in the encaustic technique, the panel itself dressed in antiquity in order to accommodate it to the mummy, the portrait that of a moustached and bearded man with short curly hair, the head strongly turned to one side, the eyes looking directly forward, depicted wearing a white chiton with red clavi, over which is worn a mantle 15¼ in. (38.8 cm) high