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Abstract signs   cross, swastika, penthagram etc.
Artefacts   vehicles, tools, instruments, arms, etc. etc.
Animals   mammals, insects, reptiles, birds, fish, including centaurs, griffions etc.
Earth and Sky   water, fire, clouds, thunderbolds, rocks, etc. etc.
Human body and dress   including (winged) deities.
Plants   trees, fruit, flowers, wine and other agricultural products, etc
Bibliografy and references    
    -James Hall: Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art. John Murray,
London, 1995.
-Ester Lels. Personifications & Symbols, An index to H.F. Gravelot and C.N. Cochin's Iconologie par Figures. Marepress.
-Carlos Parada: Greek Mythology Link.

-Lucilla Burn: Greek Myths. British Museum Press, London, 1992.
-Jane F Gardner: Roman Myths. British Museum Press, London, 1993.
-Robert Graves: The Greek Myths, Volumes 1 & 2. Pelican/Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1985-1986.
-Miranda J Green: The Gods of Roman Britain. Shire Archaeology/Shire Publications, Aylesbury, 1988.
-Erwin Panofsky, Studies in Iconology, Icon editions.
-John Pinsent: Greek Mythology. Paul Hamlyn, London, &c, 1969. Micha Lindemans, Encyclopedia Mythica.
-Ovid: Metamorphoses.

-Martin P:n Nilsson: Olympen. Prisma, Stockholm, 1985.
-Stuart Perowne: Roman Mythology. Newnes Books, Feltham, 1983.
-Cesare Ripa: Iconologia, Rome, 1603.  1) 2)
-Gösta Säflund: Att tyda antika bildverk. Paul Åströms förlag, Gothenburg, 1984.
-George Thomson: The Prehistoric Aegean. Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1978.

-Beijing Art publishers: Mythological Attributes and Symbols, 1966. Free encyclopedia.
-The English Emblem book project.
The Pennsylvania State University Libraries.