Fountain of Arethusa, The
Alpheus and Arethusa
Fountain of Arethusa
(Susannah) Arethusa Gibson
(1814—1885) society hostess and political activist
Mark of Arethusa
To (Susannah) Arethusa Milner Gibson, 34 Craven Hill Gardens, London, 11 July 1861
Gibson [née Cullum], (Susannah) Arethusa (1814–1885), society hostess and political activist
David Fredrick, editor. The Roman Gaze: Vision, Power, and the Body. (Arethusa Books.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2002. Pp. x, 334. $45.00
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1 a legendary fountain in Ortygia, named after a nymph with whom the river‐god Alpheus fell in love;
2 a character in Beaumont and Fletcher's Philaster.
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