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Achilles
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1. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles puts on the armour shaped by Hephaestus.
Peleus the father of Achilles, Achilles, Thetis the mother of Achilles, his son Neoptolemus (Pyrrhus) are represented.
Red-figure dish.
Clay.
2. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles and Ajax playing a board game. Detail.
(Achilles on the left; Ajax on the right, between them stands Athena.)
Black-figure neck-amphora. Attic.
Attributed to the Leagros Group Painter.
Clay. Ca. 510 B.C.
Height 45.3—45.8 cm (17 7/8 — 18 in.).
Inv. No. 86.AE.81.
Los Angeles (USA), John Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Villa Malibu.
3. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles and Ajax playing a board game.
(Achilles on the left; Ajax on the right, between them stands Athena.)
Black-figure neck-amphora. Attic.
Attributed to the Leagros Group Painter.
Clay. Ca. 510 B.C.
Height 45.3—45.8 cm (17 7/8 — 18 in.).
Inv. No. 86.AE.81.
Los Angeles (USA), John Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Villa Malibu.
4. CERAMICS. Greece.
The scene of fight of the Trojan war.
Black-figure amphora. Chalcidice.
Ascribed to the Inscription Painter.
Clay. 550—540 B.C.
Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria.
5. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles on chariot drags Hector’s body.
Detail of black-figure lekythos. Eretria.
By the Diosphos Painter.
Clay. Ca. 490 B.C.
Paris, Louvre Museum.
6. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles and Troilos.
Clay. Red-figure kylix, interior. Attic.
Signed by Euphronios as painter.
Perugia, National Archaeological Museum of Umbria.
7. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles and Ajax playing a board game. Fragment.
(Achilles on the left, Ajax on the right.)
Black-figure amphora (Type A). Attic.
By the Exekias Painter (potter and painter).
Clay. Ca. 530—520 B.C.
Height 61 cm (24 in.).
Inv. No. 16757.
Rome, Vatican Museums, Gregorian Etruscan Museum.
8. CERAMICS. Greece.
Achilles and Ajax playing a board game.
(Achilles on the left; Ajax on the right.)
Black-figure amphora (Type A). Attic.
By the Exekias Painter (potter and painter).
Clay. Ca. 530—520 B.C.
Height 61 cm (24 in.).
Inv. No. 16757.
Rome, Vatican Museums, Gregorian Etruscan Museum.
9. CERAMICS. Greece.
Poseidon and Amymone.
Red-figure crater.
By the Achilles Painter.
Ca. 460 B.C.
Height 25,7 cm.; diameter of rim 26 cm.
Inv. Á. 191.
Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
10. CERAMICS. Greece.
Priam asks Achilles for redemption of Hector’s body.
Red-figure skyphos. Side A. Attic.
By the Brygos Painter.
Clay. 490—480 B.C.
Vienna, Museum of Art History, Collection of Classical Antiquities.
11. CERAMICS. Greece.
Priam asks Achilles for redemption of Hector’s body.
Red-figure skyphos. Side A. Attic.
By the Brygos Painter.
Clay. Ca. 490 B.C.
Height 25 cm, diameter 31.6 cm.
Inv. No. IV 3710.
Vienna, Museum of Art History, Collection of Classical Antiquities.
12. GLYPTICS. Rome.
Alexander the Great as Achilles.
Intaglio. Glaze. 1st century BCE — 1st century CE.
Inv. NoNo. 129432, 158837.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
13. GLYPTICS. Rome.
Priam and Achilles.
Sardonyx. 1st century BCE — 1st century CE. 2 × 2.7 cm.
Inv. No Ć 26.
Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
14. GLYPTICS. Rome.
Priam and Achilles.
Sardonyx. Roman. 1st century BCE — 1st century CE.
Workshop of Dioskourides.
2.0 × 2.7 cm.
Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
15. MOSAIC. Rome.
Wrath of Achilles: Athene appears to prevent the hero from assaulting Agamemnon.
Mosaic from Pompeii (House of Apollo, VI, 7, 23, inside wall of the garden).
Glass mass.
Inv. No. 10006.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
16. MOSAIC. Greece.
The first bath of Achilles.
The villa of Theseus.
5th century A.D.
Cyprus.
Paphos, Archaeological Park.
17. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Etruria.
Sacrifice of the Trojan captives.
II—I centuries B.C.
From Vulci, François Tomb.
Rome, Torlonia Museum.
18. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Etruria.
Sacrificing Achilles.
4th century B.C.
From Vulci, François Tomb.
Rome, Torlonia Museum.
19. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Etruria.
Achilles in ambush.
Mid-6th century B.C.
Tarquinia, Tomb of the Bulls.
20. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Etruria.
Head of Troilus’ horse. Fragment of the scene of Achilles in ambush.
Mid-6th century B.C.
Tarquinia, Tomb of the Bulls.
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