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A Highly Important Early Watercolour Illustration by William Russell Flint, from the ‘Odyssey of Homer’, translated by Butcher & Lang

William Russell Flint, from the ‘Odyssey of Homer’, translated by Butcher & Lang - Watercolor

Ulysse et les Sirènes - Bernard Buffet 1993

Bernard Buffet - Les sirènes (via : musée bernard buffet)

[MÊS DOS CLÁSSICOS] Odisséia #3

[MÊS DOS CLÁSSICOS] Odisséia #3

Does anybody else think he'd be a perfect match for Nausicaa?

Griekenland l Ornamenten en versieringen rond de vazen

10 famous Red-figure pottery of Ancient Greek Ancient Greek vases have been found in the century B. right until the end of the century B., when Greek pottery used to be traded from one region of Greece to… Continue Reading →

Ulysses Conducted by Calypso to the Forest, Cuts the Trees to build his Ship Ulysses in the act of swinging an axe to chop down a tree to left, while Calypso turns away to right, head bowed, wiping her eyes with left hand, holding a fold of her cloak in right on a sea-shore; after Kauffman; scratched-letter proof before title. 1776 Mezzotint Print made by: Philip Dawe biography After: Angelica Kauffman Published by: Sayer & Bennett  (British) 1776

Ulysses Conducted by Calypso to the Forest, Cuts the Trees to build his Ship Print made by Philip Dawe After Angelica Kauffman 1776 The British Museum

Calypso calling heaven and eath to validate her sincere affection for Ulysses to delay his departure - poses  Print made by Giuseppe Carlo Zucchi  1740-1800  The British Musuem

Calypso calling heaven and eath to validate her sincere affection for Ulysses to delay his departure - poses Print made by Giuseppe Carlo Zucchi The British Musuem

Penelope

Greek Mythology Link - a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology.

J. Jordaens, "Ulises en la cueva de Polifemo", 1630.

Odysseus helps his men escape from Polyphemus' cave by hiding them under sheep.

Roger Payne - Circe and Odysseus. Tags: circe, kirke, odyssey, ulysses, odysseus, transformations,

Epic hero essay odysseus son Free College Essay Odysseus as an Epic Hero. The Odyssey In Homer’s The Odyssey, our main character, Odysseus, battles a feat of obstacles on the path back to.

Jan Styka - Athena inspires Odysseus for vengeance. Tags: minerva, pallas athena, athene, odysseus, odyssey,

Athena inspires Odysseus for vengeance, Jan Styka

Giants were common in Greek legend. The Greeks believed that a race of giant men that they called " Cyclops" were responsible for building the polygonal walls and stonework that make up much of the foundations of later Greek and Italian constructions.

Photo: Travel: Italy: Sicily: Villa Romana Del Casale: Odysseus Offers Wine to the Cyclops Polyphemus in the Eponymous Vestibule (Tuesday, September

Joos de Momper - Odysseus and Calypso enjoying a picnic. Tags: odyssey, ulysses, odysseus, calypso, kalypso,

Joos de Momper - Odysseus and Calypso enjoying a picnic.

Odysseus returning to Penelope Terracotta plaque ca. 460–450 B.C.

❤ - Terracotta plaque period classical,ca BC Terracotta Metropolitan Museum

Ulysses recognized by Euryclea, his nurse, who discovered the scar on his leg while washing his feet. Relief (1st CE) from a tusculum. Inv. 901   Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy

Ulysses recognized by Euryclea, his nurse, who discovered the scar on his leg while washing his feet. Relief CE) from a tusculum.

View The mother of Ulysses recognising her son by Edward John Poynter on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Edward John Poynter.

Sir Edward John Poynter - Ulysses recognized by his old wet-nurse, Eurycleia. Tags: odyssey, ulysses, odysseus, eurycleia, eurykleia,
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