When there was a new moon he was known as the “mighty bull” and during the full moon he was associated with a neutered bull. This god not only ruled the month, but was also supposed to possess absolute power over the evil spirits that infested earth, air, sea, and sky, and made themselves hostile to man attacking his body under the forms of pains, sickness, and diseases, and produced decay, and madness, and death. He it was, moreover, who made plants to grow, and fruit to ripen, and animals to conceive, and to men and women he was the god of love.
Glicée fine art paper, which is archivally certified by museums worldwide. It has a super matt, smooth coated texture which accentuates the detail and color in the artwork.