The Fate of Aias (page 632, with art)

Chapter 16, The Trojan War

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♦ 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 

Wikimedia

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

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London, British Museum B240 (1848,0619.2): Attic black-figure neck amphora depicting winged warrior flying over ship in sea (shade of Achilleus en route to White Island?)

British Museum

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

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♦ Athens, National Museum (Perachora II A 23): ivory seal with Aias carrying corpse of Achilleus

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Samos, Vathy Museum, T416: stamped seal impressions on a clay vessel with Aias carrying corpse of Achilleus

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D. Ohly, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung, 66, 1941, pl. 11

Ischia, Archaeology Museum of Pithekoussai 170133: Geometric amphora with stamped seal impression of Aias carrying corpse of Achilleus (impression from same sealstone found on terracotta plaque from Hera sanctuary, Samos)

Museum of Pithekoussai

G. Buchner, “PITHEKOUSSAI, Oldest Greek Colony in the West,” Expedition 8.4, 1966

Naples, Museo Nazionale Stg 106: terracotta relief from Tarentum with depiction of Aias carrying huge corpse of Achilleus on top of woman’s skirt

A. Levi, Le Terrecotte Figurate del Museo Nazionale di Napoli (1926), 766 fig. 130

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