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Homero. Ilíada G. Hamilton (1760-63) "Aquiles lamenta la muerte de Patroclo". National Gallery, London

Homero. Ilíada G. Hamilton (1760-63) "Aquiles lamenta la muerte de Patroclo". National Gallery, London

Patroclo dando muerte a Sarpedón a pesar de la llegada de Glauco, v. 400 a. C., Museo arqueológico nacional de Policoro.

Patroclo dando muerte a Sarpedón a pesar de la llegada de Glauco, v. 400 a. C., Museo arqueológico nacional de Policoro.

Greek Myths & Legends; Paintings of Classical Mythology and a brief introduction to Greek & Roman, Mythology featuring contemporary Illustrations by Howard David Johnson

Greek Myths & Legends; Paintings of Classical Mythology and a brief introduction to Greek & Roman, Mythology featuring contemporary Illustrations by Howard David Johnson

"Achilles dragging the body of Hector around the walls of Troy", Gavin Hamilton

"Achilles dragging the body of Hector around the walls of Troy", Gavin Hamilton

1766 = NEOCLASSICAL  Print by Domenico Cunego [based on Gavin Hamilton] Achilles Vents His  Rage on Hector

1766 = NEOCLASSICAL Print by Domenico Cunego [based on Gavin Hamilton] Achilles Vents His Rage on Hector

Achilles Battles Hector

Achilles Battles Hector

Achilles drags the body of Hector in front of Troy, by Jack Tzekov

Achilles drags the body of Hector in front of Troy, by Jack Tzekov

Historia y mito; Aquiles a punto de enviar al Hades al gran Héctor. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Historia y mito; Aquiles a punto de enviar al Hades al gran Héctor. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Mask of Agamemnon, National Archaeology Museum, Athens (lo he visto en persona... INCREIBLE) si os interesa leer: Dioses, tumbas y sabios!!

Mask of Agamemnon, National Archaeology Museum, Athens (lo he visto en persona... INCREIBLE) si os interesa leer: Dioses, tumbas y sabios!!

THE TAKING OF BRISEIS. Achilles sits in a chair holding his spear while Patroklos, his back turned to the viewer, a sword slung over his shouder, hands over Briseis to Agamemnon’s men. To the far left stands Talthybios with his herald’s wand. Achilles’ tutor Phoenix stands behind his chair. Four armed warriors stand at the back against the wall of the tent. Roman fresco from Pompeii, c. first century ad.

Scenes from Homer's 'The Iliad' in ancient art

THE TAKING OF BRISEIS. Achilles sits in a chair holding his spear while Patroklos, his back turned to the viewer, a sword slung over his shouder, hands over Briseis to Agamemnon’s men. To the far left stands Talthybios with his herald’s wand. Achilles’ tutor Phoenix stands behind his chair. Four armed warriors stand at the back against the wall of the tent. Roman fresco from Pompeii, c. first century ad.

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