achilles and Patroclus
“I've finished my patrochilles design!! These will be used to make prints for one of the stretch goal rewards of my t-shirt KS campaign (starts in three days 👀)”
Two-handled jar (amphora) with the arming of Achilles
Side B: Thetis bringing armor to Achilles: Phoinix present. Figures labeled. Side A: Herakles and Apollo struggling over tripod in presence of Hermes. Figures labeled. Signature of potter "Amasis epoiesen" ("Amasis made [it]") Condition: Much broken and restored. Label attached: "Foot formerly on Amasis amphora 01.8027. Removed 1940" See 1972.228, a fragment that joins this vase. It had been acquired by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, in 1897.
3 of the Biggest Overreactions in Greek Mythology
Life was hard in ancient times. You had to farm for stuff, and then turn that stuff you farmed into food and cook it without a microwave. And sometimes, you had to put a garland around the neck of…
Achilles among the women
“What song the Sirens sang, or what name Achilles assumed when he hid himself among women, though puzzling questions, are not beyond all conjecture,” Sir Thomas Browne writes in Urn Burial, which w…
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Leiden | Online Gallery
Het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden brengt de oudheid en de archeologie tot leven. Iedereen kan in het museum genieten van de oude beschavingen uit Egypte, de Klassieke Wereld, het oude Nabije Oosten en Nederland in de prehistorie, Romeinse tijd en middeleeuwen....
Achilles Painter - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia
The Achilles Painter was a vasepainter active ca 470425 BC His name vase is an amphora Vatican 16571 in the Vatican museums depicting Achilles and date