Penthesileia and Memnon (page 622, with art)

Chapter 16, The Trojan War

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Olympia, Archaeological Museum B 112: bronze shield-band relief with Achilleus and Penthesileia

E. Kunze, Archaische Schildbänder. Olympische Forschungen 2 (1950) pl. 20

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Olympia, Archaeological Museum B 1555: bronze shield-band relief with Achilleus and Penthesileia

E. Kunze, Archaische Schildbänder. Olympische Forschungen 2 (1950) pl. 60

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London, British Museum B210: Attic black-figure neck-amphora by Exekias with Achilleus slaying Penthesileia

British Museum

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Munich, Antikensammlungen 2688: Attic red-figure cup by the Penthesileia Painter with  Achilleus and Penthesileia, flanked by Greek warrior and dead Amazon

Wikimedia

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

London, British Museum B323: Attic black-figure hydria from the Leagros Group with Achilleus carrying Penthesileia, flanked by Greek warrior slaying an Amazon (on the left) and fleeing warrior and Oriental archer (on the right)

British Museum

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 03.804: Apulian red-figure volute krater with Phoinix, son of Amyntor, and Achilleus (in pavilion) and beheaded Thersites (beneath pavilion)

Museum of Fine Arts (for identification of all the figures on the vase)

C. Robert, Archaeologische Hermeneutik; Anleitung zur Deutung klassischer Bildwerke (1919), figs. 213-214 pp. 280-281

Kosmos Society

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Athens, National Museum 3961 (911): Melian amphora with Apollo greeted by Artemis (main frieze) and Achilleus fighting Memnon (on neck), accompanied by their mothers Thetis (panel on the left) and Eos (panel on the right)—also identified as Aias and Odysseus battling over armor of Achilleus

P. Scaruffi, What the Greeks knew, Part II: Athens (2018)

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Artistic sources edited by R. Ross Holloway, Elisha Benjamin Andrews Professor Emeritus, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown Univ., and Frances Van Keuren, Prof. Emerita, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Univ. of Georgia, December 2021

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