Aineias (page 715, with art)

Chapter 17, The Return from Troy

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Paris, Louvre F122: Attic black-figure eye cup with armed Aineias fleeing Troy, carrying his father Anchises on his back and accompanied by his son Askanios, whose legs are visible behind Aineias  

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Two details from O. Benndorf, Wiener Vorlegeblätter für archaeologische Übungen (1890/91) pl. 5

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Würzburg University, Martin von Wagner Museum L218: Attic black-figure neck amphora with armed Aineias carrying Anchises on his back while his father looks back at a structure (their home?); Aineias is coaxing Askanios to leave his dog behind, as a man sitting on a palmetto distracts the dog

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Berlin, Antikensammlung F1862: fragmentary Attic black-figure neck amphora with armed Aineias fleeing Troy with Anchises on his back; Askanios and a woman who holds a staff or spear race ahead; behind Aineias is another warrior 

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Würzburg University, Martin von Wagner Museum L212: Attic black-figure neck amphora with armed Aineias carrying Anchises on his back while his father looks back at a woman (Aphrodite?); behind Aineias, a dog; to right of Aineias, grieving woman (Kreousa?)

E. Langlotz, Griechische Vasen in Würzburg (1932), pl. 57

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Munich, Antikensammlungen 1546: Attic black-figure neck amphora with (side A above) Aineias carrying Anchises on his back, while one woman with a child runs to right ahead of Aineias (Aphrodite and Askanios?), and another woman behind Aineias runs to left with a second child (Kreousa and brother of Askanios?); on side B below, beheaded Medousa collapses while Perseus flies away with Medousa’s head in his kibisis, and Athena encourages Perseus

E. Gerhard, Auserlesene Griechische Vasenbilder, hauptsächlich Etruskischen Fundorts (Band 3): Heroenbilder, meistens homerisch (1847), pl. 216

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Tarquinia, Museo Nazionale RC 976: Attic black-figure neck amphora with armed Aineias carrying Anchises, while his wife Kreousa (also called Eurydike) with Askanios in her arms and a Trojan archer precede Aineias, and Aphrodite?, with her arm raised in encouragement, stands behind Aineias

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♦ Paris, Cabinet des Médailles Lu 276: Etruscan scarab with a nude, kneeling Aineias with shield and spear, who supports Anchises on his shoulder; Anchises holds a cista, presumably containing sacred objects

N. Horsfall, “Stesichorus at Bovillae?”, Journal of Hellenic Studies 99 (1979), pl. 3b

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Munich, Antikensammlungen 3185: Etruscan red-figure amphora with an armed Aineias carrying Anchises on his shoulder; Askanios walks ahead of his father, holding the hand of his mother Kreousa, who carries luggage? on her head

E. Gerhard, Auserlesene Griechische Vasenbilder, hauptsächlich Etruskischen Fundorts (Band 3): Heroenbilder, meistens homerisch (1847), pl. 217

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New York, American Numismatic Society 1950.53.5: Greek silver tetradrachm minted at Aineia with Aineias carrying Anchises, and Kreousa carrying a child

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Artistic sources edited by Frances Van Keuren, Prof. Emerita, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Univ. of Georgia, November 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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