Odysseus (page 710, with art)

Chapter 17, The Return from Troy Previous Page   Table of Contents   Next Page ♦ Palermo, Museo Nazionale B335: Attic black-figure skyphos with Odysseus? being carried on back of large turtle away from mouth of Charybdis, which is shown as a fig tree on an overhanging rock; Odysseus lies clasping turtle’s back as it … Continue reading Odysseus (page 710, with art)

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Odysseus (page 709, with art)

Chapter 17, The Return from Troy Previous Page   Table of Contents   Next Page ♦ British Museum B103.19: Klazomenian black-figure fragment from Naukratis with five rowers in a boat and wing on upper left (= Odysseus’ men and a Seiren?) British Museum ♦ Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 01.8100: Late Corinthian aryballos, Odysseus bound … Continue reading Odysseus (page 709, with art)

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Odysseus (page 708, with art)

Chapter 17, The Return from Troy Previous Page   Table of Contents   Next Page ♠ Aristotle, Poetics 15.1454a An example of unnecessary badness of character is Menelaos in the Orestes; of character that is unfitting and inappropriate the lament of Odysseus in the Scylla and Melanippe’s speech; of inconsistent character Iphigeneia in Aulis, for the suppliant Iphigeneia is … Continue reading Odysseus (page 708, with art)

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The Last Events before the Sack (page 645, with art)

Chapter 16, The Trojan War Previous Page   Table of Contents   Next Page ♦ Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseum 1963.1: Attic red-figure by the Tyszkiewicz Painter with Diomedes and Odysseus, each with Palladion, and Athena intervening Digital LIMC Beazley Archive Pottery Database ♦ Paris, Louvre K36: Apulian red-figure oinochoe with Athena, Odysseus with Palladion, Diomedes with Palladion, … Continue reading The Last Events before the Sack (page 645, with art)

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The Fate of Aias (page 632, with art)

Chapter 16, The Trojan War Previous Page   Table of Contents   Next Page ♦ Paris, Louvre E643: Late Corinthian hydria with mourning over body of Achilleus by Thetis (with her arms around her son’s head) and her sister Nereides; arms of Achilleus under couch on which he is laid  Wikimedia Beazley Archive Pottery Database Digital … Continue reading The Fate of Aias (page 632, with art)

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