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#Chryses pleading with #Agamemnon for his daughter (360–350 BC)

Homer, The Iliad - Chryses pleading with Agamemnon for his daughter BC) Louvre

Illustratus: História do Bordado  Briseis

Briseis and Phoinix - tondo in an Attic red-figure cup, 490 BC. In the Louvre, Paris.

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Priamos bittet Achilles um die Herausgabe der Leiche

Red figure amphora depicting Book XXIV of the Iliad, when Priam comes to Achilles to ransom the body of Hektor. Priam is the old man, entreating Achilles-- who was at dinner when Priam arrived, and Hektor's body lies beneath Achilles' dinner couch.

Diomedes - Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez

A Feast For The Eyes The first time I ever talked to Leo about the Mythic Battles project he showed me some pictures. Now, as you can tell from the KS Live videos, Leo is always full of energy and.

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The great Achaean Ajax

Greek warfare - sacred relationship - Ajax bringing Achilles' body from the field

Lekythos funerary vase (detail) depicting Achilles dragging Hector's body by chariot, Delos, sixth century BCE

Lekythos funerary vase (detail) depicting Achilles dragging Hector's body by chariot, Delos, sixth century BCE

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The Greek vase painter known as Macron Painter lived in the Ceramics Quarter, Athens, in the 5th century BC. He left beautiful paintings abo...

The Greek vase painter known as Macron Painter lived in the Ceramics Quarter, Athens, in the 5th century BC. He left beautiful paintings abo...

Elle raconte le stratagème de Tétis (premier plan à gauche), mère d’Achille (gros plan photo 20), qui dissimule son fils déguisé en femme parmi les filles du roi Lycomède afin de le préserver de la guerre de Troie

Elle raconte le stratagème de Tétis (premier plan à gauche), mère d’Achille (gros plan photo 20), qui dissimule son fils déguisé en femme parmi les filles du roi Lycomède afin de le préserver de la guerre de Troie

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