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The François volute krater. On one handle of the Volute Krater: Ajax carrying the dead Achilles, and Artemis as the Mistress of Beasts (Potnia Theron).

The François volute krater. On one handle of the Volute Krater: Ajax carrying the dead Achilles, and Artemis as the Mistress of Beasts (Potnia Theron).

Aachilles and Penthesilea

Aachilles and Penthesilea

Ajax Greek Warrior Sculpture Greek Trojan War - Ajax was know for his strength and large body as a warrior in Grecian history. This replica of Ajax is made of a quality resin and hand painted in a bronze patina.

Ajax Greek Warrior Sculpture Greek Trojan War - Ajax was know for his strength and large body as a warrior in Grecian history. This replica of Ajax is made of a quality resin and hand painted in a bronze patina.

Ajax and Odysseus get into a dispute because they both claim Achilles’ weapons. Odysseus wins. Ajax goes insane and commits suicide by throwing himself on his sword.  The poet Callinus [VII cent. BC] went on to say, “Often a man who has fled from the fight …  goes his way, and death befalls him in his own house, and such a man is not loved nor missed for long by his people.” Ajax never fled from the fight, but he ultimately failed to receive the love and admiration fit for the hero that he…

Ajax and Odysseus get into a dispute because they both claim Achilles’ weapons. Odysseus wins. Ajax goes insane and commits suicide by throwing himself on his sword. The poet Callinus [VII cent. BC] went on to say, “Often a man who has fled from the fight … goes his way, and death befalls him in his own house, and such a man is not loved nor missed for long by his people.” Ajax never fled from the fight, but he ultimately failed to receive the love and admiration fit for the hero that he…

this Attic red-figure cup (c470 BCE), this combat is rather impressionistically shown, with Ajax wounding Hector in the ribs with a spear at the same time that a rock flies through the air between them. Athena supports Ajax, while Apollo supports Hector. (The Iliad)

this Attic red-figure cup (c470 BCE), this combat is rather impressionistically shown, with Ajax wounding Hector in the ribs with a spear at the same time that a rock flies through the air between them. Athena supports Ajax, while Apollo supports Hector. (The Iliad)

place de Varsovie, statue résine Pallas Athena la Danse Triomphale par Carlo Sarrabezolles

place de Varsovie, statue résine Pallas Athena la Danse Triomphale par Carlo Sarrabezolles

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