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Tuesday, November 03, 2015

3rd Annual #NameThatButt: Round 5!

But first, the reveal of round 4's butt-dentity:

Bacchus!

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Also both images are courtesy of Tommi Lou Carosella,
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And ONWARD to round 5!


Your clues:

  • This Butt is sometimes considered to be an Argonaut! (One of the very few of its kind to travel among them.)
  • There's something very Tortoise and the Hare about the manner in which this butt wound up married.

Need a refresher on the rules? klikk here! Otherwise, drop your guesses in the comments! But this week there won't be a bonus quote. (That fine butt above hasn't been mentioned in my books -- yet!)

And don't forget you'll find me this weekend at World Fantasy Con, in Saratoga Springs! 


Forged by Fate (Fate of the Gods, #1) Tempting Fate (Fate of the Gods, #1.5) Fate Forgotten (Fate of the Gods, #2) Taming Fate (Fate of the Gods, #2.5) Beyond Fate (Fate of the Gods, #3)
Postcards from Asgard * Honor Among Orcs (Orc Saga, #1) Blood of the Queen (Orc Saga, #2) * Helen of Sparta
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2 comments:

  1. *giggle* I like this one - she's an amazing lady!

    Atalanta
    1921
    Paul Manship
    Roman Bronze Works (Founder)
    Smithsonian American Art Museum

    As I'm sure you already know, Apollonius claims that Jason forbade her to join the Argo because she was a woman and would cause issues among the male crew.

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  2. Atalanta? Yay!

    If I'm correct, I'm pretty sure it's Paul Manship - "Atalanta". :D

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