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24th May '16 10:49:40 AM megarockman
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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city]].

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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city]], or with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judgment_of_Paris_%28wine%29 a 1976 blind taste test that saw California wines rated better than French ones in the same French city]].
7th May '15 11:03:55 AM LinkToTheFuture
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The JudgementOfParis is a popular topic for artists in classical and renaissance period. The story itself is part of the background of Literature/TheIliad and connected to the story of the original AppleOfDiscord. In order to not make the decision himself, Zeus gave the decision of whom to give the Apple of Discord to Paris. He had to choose out of Hera, Athena and Aphrodite.

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The JudgementOfParis Judgement of Paris is a popular topic for artists in classical and renaissance period. The story itself is part of the background of Literature/TheIliad and connected to the story of the original AppleOfDiscord. In order to not make the decision himself, Zeus gave the decision of whom to give the Apple of Discord to Paris. He had to choose out of Hera, Athena and Aphrodite.
11th Jan '15 5:17:47 PM alspawn
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!!References
* In one episode of ''Series/{{Poirot}}'', the Judgement of Paris was the key to unveiling the murderer. When a young playwright mentioned the subject, the widow of the murdered man mistakenly thought he was talking about the fashion judgement of the city. This struck him as odd, since at a previous meeting he had discussed Trojan myth with her at length (it turned out she had a double).
6th Jul '14 12:34:34 AM Patachou
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* Rubens ([[BigBeautifulWoman that guy]]) was very fond of this one. He painted it in 1625, 1636 and 1639. In the earliest, Aphrodite gets a choir of angel like beings to adorn her as the winner. In all three at least one of the losers is turned away from the viewer which helps to show the dejection.

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* Rubens ([[BigBeautifulWoman that guy]]) Creator/PeterPaulRubens was very fond of this one. He painted it in 1625, 1636 and 1639. In the earliest, Aphrodite gets a choir of angel like beings to adorn her as the winner. In all three at least one of the losers is turned away from the viewer which helps to show the dejection.
26th Sep '13 1:58:11 PM johnnye
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Aphrodite was the eventual winner and goddess of beauty, love and lust. She won by bribing Paris with the most beautiful woman in the world. Correspondingly, she is often shown being the happier of three (the other two will be looking away or standing apart) and she will be attended by her son Eros/Cupid. The apple may be in hers, Hermes or Paris's hand.

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Aphrodite was the eventual winner and goddess of beauty, love and lust. She won by bribing Paris with the most beautiful woman in the world.world, Helen (she was married to someone else, but [[Literature/TheIliad surely that's not going to cause any long-term problems]]). Correspondingly, she is often shown being the happier of three (the other two will be looking away or standing apart) and she will be attended by her son Eros/Cupid. The apple may be in hers, Hermes or Paris's hand.
19th Nov '12 5:04:16 AM SomeSortOfTroper
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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city or the victory of American wines over French ones in a blind taste test]].

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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city or the victory of American wines over French ones in a blind taste test]].city]].
18th Nov '12 11:01:26 AM Zyffyr
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* Jan Both and Cornelis van Poelenburgh collaborated on one. Van Poelenburgh did the figures while [[WhosOnFirst Both]]) did the landscape. This may have influenced the decision to set the scene further from the viewer, giving Both's landscape more prominence. Thus, the figures are less detailed and have little to signify them as deities or specific individuals, though there is still one goddess turned away and a child clinging at Aphrodite's leg. Hermes is not apparent, though a crowned older bearded figure (presumably Zeus) is in the picture. Hera is also depicted as a more mature woman.

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* Jan Both and Cornelis van Poelenburgh collaborated on one. Van Poelenburgh did the figures while [[WhosOnFirst Both]]) Both]] did the landscape. This may have influenced the decision to set the scene further from the viewer, giving Both's landscape more prominence. Thus, the figures are less detailed and have little to signify them as deities or specific individuals, though there is still one goddess turned away and a child clinging at Aphrodite's leg. Hermes is not apparent, though a crowned older bearded figure (presumably Zeus) is in the picture. Hera is also depicted as a more mature woman.
6th Jul '12 4:02:59 PM sillygolem
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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city]].

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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city]].city or the victory of American wines over French ones in a blind taste test]].
15th May '12 4:57:59 PM HorseLooker
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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing do with the judicial system in a French city]].
12th Apr '12 12:40:08 AM Goldstone
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!! Examples:
* Rubens ([[{{Rubenesque}} that guy]]) was very fond of this one. He painted it in 1625, 1636 and 1639. In the earliest, Aphrodite gets a choir of angel like beings to adorn her as the winner. In all three at least one of the losers is turned away from the viewer which helps to show the dejection.

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!! Examples:
!!Examples
* Rubens ([[{{Rubenesque}} ([[BigBeautifulWoman that guy]]) was very fond of this one. He painted it in 1625, 1636 and 1639. In the earliest, Aphrodite gets a choir of angel like beings to adorn her as the winner. In all three at least one of the losers is turned away from the viewer which helps to show the dejection.
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