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 Plu’to.Pluton’ic Rocks. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Many artists of great repute have painted this god, the three most famous being that by Jule-Romain (1492–1546), a pupil of Raphael, in Mantua; one by Augustin Carrache (1558–1601), in Modna, generally called Il Famoso; and the third by Luc Giordano (1632–1701), in the gallery of the Palace Riccardi. Raphael has introduced Pluto in his Assembly of the Gods.   1
   In the Villa Albani of Rome is the famous antique statue of Pluto and Cerberus.   2

 Plu’to.Pluton’ic Rocks. 


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