After Mythology

Almost fainting with terror she [Europa, the Phoenician Princess of Tyre, Lebanon] glanced back, As she was carried away, at the shore left behind. As she gripped one Horn in her right hand while clutching the back of the beast with the other, Meanwhile her fluttering draperies billowed behind on the sea breeze.

– Ovid, “The Abduction of Europa,” Metamorphosis [846-875]