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Ajax Shannon Sullivan and Christina Durante “Even his shield makes war: and arms, for his arms, are raised.” –Ovid Book XII
Antimenes Painter Attic Black-figure vessel, c. 520-510 BCE Muee du Louvre, Paris, France Ajax carrying the body of Achilles
Douris Painter Red-figure cup, c. 500-450 BCE Kunsthistorisches Museum Agamemnon attempts to separate and hold back Ajax and Ulysses as they are competing for the armor of Achilles.
Douris Painter Red-figure cup, c. 500-450 BCE Kunsthistorisches Museum Athena is portrayed in the middle as Ulysses (right) and Ajax (second left) cast lots for the arms of Achilles.
Virgil Solis German Woodcut from the sixteenth century Now found in Vienna Argument between Ajax and Ulysses for Achilles armor
Exekias Attica-Black Figure vase 540 B.C.E. Can be found in Attike Greece Ajax prepares to kill himself on Hector’s sword
Etruscan bronze statue, c. 6 th century BC Museo archeologico di Firenze Ajax “Unconquered” falls on his sword after losing to Ulysses in the debate to receive the armor of Achilles
Antonio Tempesta (Italian, 1555-1630) 17 th century etching Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco The Death of Ajax
“The Suicide of Ajax the Great” Etrurian red-figure calyx-krater, c. 400-350BCE British Museum “…the bloodstained ground bore a purple flower from the green turf…”
Dioscuri (Castor and Polydeuces)
Clark Hilliard Alex Townsend. Antonio Canova Rome, Italy Marble The Metropolitan Museum.
Greek Art and Archaeology
More Trojan War Scenes. Peleus and Thetis Wrestling Attic red figure kylix, by Peithinos (ca. 500 BCE). Berlin, Antikenmuseen (Perseus Project).
Presented by: Emmery Schutyema, Brett Sutter, and Andrew Shiakallis.
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Greek Art, Part I Geometric, 8 th century BCE Orientalizing, 7 th century BCE Archaic, 6 th century BCE.
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