Adam and Eve are the progenitors of the human race. Adam was created first, then Eve. Their pictures below come from four different traditions. The first picture is Adam and Eve
in a painting by Albrecht Dürer from the early 16th century.
The second picture is Adam and Eve on an old English Bible engraving. The title of the engraving in "Adam and Eve in their state of Innocense." There also a quote from the Bible written
above the picture saying, "They were both naked, the man and his wife, and they were not ashamed. (GEN. II. 25)."
The third picture is a painted relief from a Han dynasty tomb. It shows Fuxi and Nüwa, who are the ancestors of mankind, also called sometimes the Adam and Eve of China. They have
snake tails entwined, symbolizing their unity.
The fourth picture is a print of Adam and Eve by Gustave Klimt.