RMG1DJ5E–Episode from the Iliad by Homer: Priam King of Troy seeks revenge
RMR5AECE–Homer, the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey and thus the earliest poet of the West, bust in the Capitoline Museum in Rome
RM2JA7DRJ–The Judgment of Paris, c1792. By John Flaxman (1755-1826). The Judgement of Paris is a story from Greek mythology. It was one of the events that led up to the Trojan War and in later versions of the story to the foundation of Rome. An illustration from the Iliad. The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer.
RMKDD0TW–Assembly of the Gods presided over by Jupiter, painting on the ceiling of the Iliad Room, Palatine Gallery, Palazzo Pitti (Pitti Palace), Florence, Italy.
RF2F5RBER–This 1880s illustration accompanied a book on Homer and his epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey. It shows the scene in the Iliad when Andromache faints on walls of Troy.
RMCXY0G8–Wooden board with iron handle inscribed in ink with lines 468-473 from Book I of Iliad by Homer. 1st-2nd century AD.
RMD13KNW–Paris Kills Achilles Iliad Mycenae Greek Greece by Peter Paul Rubens 1577 - 1640 Belgium Belgian
RMPKPEY3–Rome. Italy. The Pianabella Sarcophagus (160 A.D), with representation of scenes from the Iliad, detail showing Achilles mourning the dead Patroclus.
RMF8KT5C–Prothesis or Deathbed of Trojan Prince Hector. Roman Sacrophagus from north-west Greece.
RMW1067W–Engraving of a man bound to the mast of the ship captained by Odysseus or Ulysses, a legendary Greek king of Ithaca and hero of Homer's epic poems the Odyssey and the Iliad.
RMAY2TA5–Iliad Achilles Geffroy
RMW58K00–Homer's Iliad, books 19-24. Edited on the basis of the Ameis-Hentze edition : Homer
RME93KEK–Homer's The Iliad
RMD8R0RT–Capture of Helen by Paris, causing the Trojan War, according to Homer. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2EYMNHE–Johann Heinrich Füssli - Aphrodite Leads Paris to a duel with Menelaus ( 1766-1770 )
RM2BF03M9–Imaginary portrait of ancient Greek author Homer. After a 17th century engraving by Hieronymus Wierix.
RMAJ7JKA–Achilles bandaging the wound of Patroclus, c1900. Artist: Unknown
RM2B016EC–Netherlands/Turkey: 'Aeneas at the Court of Latinus'. Oil on canvas painting by Ferdinand Bol (24 June 1616 - 24 August 1680), c. 1661-1663. In Greco-Roman mythology, Aeneas was a prince of Troy, the son of Anchises and the goddess Aphrodite, and the legendary founder of Rome. His voyages and heroism are recounted in Homer’s ‘The Iliad’ and Virgil's ‘Aeneid’. In the ‘Aeneid’, the Trojan prince boosts his crew’s morale on the long voyage from Troy (modern-day Turkey) to Rome. He organizes ship races. Here he rewards the winner of a race with a magnificent suit of armour.
RMM1TR90–Homer Singing His Iliad at the Gate of Athens by Guillaume Lethiere (1760-1832), oil on canvas, 1811.
RF2E3G755–This scene is one of several designs that the English sculptor and draughtsman John Flaxman (1755–1826) did to illustrate passages from the Greek epic poet Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, a commission he had been given by Georgiana Hare-Naylor while he was living in Rome. It represents Judgment of Paris. It was done 1793.
RMBRGFYT–The Battle of the Amazons, a copy after Peter Paul Rubens' famous painting, 19th century Oil on canvas. In the centre of the painting the battle between Greeks and Amazons on a bridge with dead women warriors in the foreground. The scene is set in front of an ominous, cloudy sky backdrop and the silhouette of a city in the distance. In an elaborate, gold-bronzed plaster frame. Painting 165 x 125 cm, framed 185 x 145 cm. In the Iliad Homer describes how the Amazons, lead by Queen Penthesilea, come to the aid of the Trojans. The Greeks ultimately defeat, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMD13KM1–Achilles kills Hector Iliad Mycenae Greek Greece Peter Paul Rubens 1577 - 1640 Belgium Belgian
RMPKPF8N–Rome. Italy. The Pianabella Sarcophagus (160 A.D), with representation of scenes from the Iliad, detail showing Achilles mourning the dead Patroclus.
RMF8KT4B–King Priam Ransoms the Trojan Prince Hector in a Scene from The Iliad. A Carved Roman Sacrophagous from north-west Greece (c189-200AD)
RMCYJPTE–Homer (8th Century B.C.). Greek epic poet. Frontispiece and cover of the Complete Works. Volume First. The Iliad. Portrait.
RMAE5K78–Helen Of Troy
RMPHJP45–Achilles fights against Ettore. Painting
RME93KF9–The Odyssey, The Iliad and The Republic, classics of Greek literature
RMDBWYBR–Greek hero Achilles battling in the waves. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2G526DE–Achilles, Son of Peleus and the Nereid Thetis, bravest of all the Greek warriors at Troy, and central character of Homer's Iliad. Copperplate engraving by Pieter Bodart (1676-1712) from Henricus Spoor’s Deorum et Heroum, Virorum et Mulierum Illustrium Imagines Antiquae Illustatae, Gods and Heroes, Men and Women, Illustrated with Antique Images, Petrum, Amsterdam, 1715. First published as Favissæ utriusque antiquitatis tam Romanæ quam Græcæ in 1707. Henricus Spoor was a Dutch physician, classical scholar, poet and writer, fl. 1694-1716.
RM2C5EDX0–The Trojan horse. King Priam, on the right, watches the horse, left by the Greeks, as it is dragged into Troy through the city walls which have been breached to allow it to pass. From a 16th century engraving by Pieter Jalhea Furnius, after a work by Gerard van Groeningen.
RMMTXC0P–467 Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 551 - Princeton University Library, AM 4405 - Homer, Iliad XIV,227–253,256–263
RMM1TR91–Homer Singing His Iliad at the Gate of Athens by Guillaume Lethiere (1760-1832), oil on canvas, 1811. Detail from a larger painting, M1TR90.
RFC30CFF–The Greek hero Achilles defeated the Trojan hero Hector and then dragged his body three times around the walls of Troy.
RM2A50JR2–Daedalic Pendant with Potnia Theron (Mistress of Animals), 650-600 BC. The pendant received in 2001 (2001.157) was originally from the same necklace as the identical pendant acquired by the museum in 1999 (1999.88). Both are exceptionally well preserved and depict the winged goddess Artemis, frontally posed and flanked by two lions. Each lion stands obediently on its hind legs, one forepaw placed symmetrically near the goddess's waist, head turned back. In Homer's Iliad, Artemis is called potnia theron, which means "mistress of the animals," a reference that may be applied to this im
RMTYF34M–The farewells of Hector and Andromache (Homer, The Iliad, song VI) 1786 Joseph Marie VIEN, 1716 - 1809, France, French,
RM2BK04CG–Homer, Iliad, Florence, Plut. 32.4.
RMHX3YJP–Homer, Iliad, Florence, Plut. 32.4
RMAY2XC1–Siege Of Troy Theatre
RMPAA59H–Terracotta funerary plaque. Culture: Greek, Attic. Dimensions: Overall: 10 1/4 x 14 1/4 x 3/8 in. (26 x 36.2 x 0.9 cm). Date: ca. 520-510 B.C.. Prothesis (laying out of the dead); below, chariot race In the latter sixth century B.C., the elaborate series of funerary plaques set into the walls of rectangular tombs were replaced by single plaques with holes for attachment. The chariot race, a recurring theme in Attic funerary art, may evoke the funeral games held in honor of legendary heroes, such as those in book 23 of the Iliad, when Achilles honored his deceased friend Patroklos. Museum: M
RMJ4PNW7–The heroes of the Trojan War: Menelaos, Paris, Diomedes, Odysseus, Nestor, Achilles, Agamemnon
RMDBWYAG–Hector's farewell to Andromache and their son Priam, leaving to battle Achilles, Trojan Wars. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of an illustration
RMG16BC0–The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer. Set during the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of the city of Troy (Ilium) by a coalition of Greek states, it tells of the battles and events during the weeks
RMW93TX1–After killing Hector in hand-to-hand combat as revenge for the death of his friend Patroclus, Achilles drags Hector’s body behind his chariot in front of the walls of Troy. An 18th century depiction of the incident from Homer’s Iliad.
RM2AHNG0H–Ancient Etruscan. Hand Mirror. 470 BC–450 BC. Vulci. Bronze Found in women’s graves, bronze mirrors were luxurious personal possessions used in life and then buried with the dead for use in the afterlife. One side was highly polished; the other side was usually engraved with a mythic scene, such as this one, which shows the goddess Eos carrying the body of her son, Memnon, who was killed by the hero Achilles. The episode was taken from Homer’s The Iliad, the epic poem that narrates the Greek siege and eventual defeat of the city of Troy.
RMBD8MH8–Heroes of the Trojan War
RM2JC8J5M–Hector's Body Dragged at the Chariot of Achilles, c1792. By John Flaxman (1755-1826). In the Trojan War, Patroclus was killed by Hector while wearing Achilles's armour. Thetis, mother of Achilles, persuaded Vulcan to forge a new set of armour for her son, and dressed in this he avenged his friend and slew Hector. The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer.
RMD96CTG–Achilles, hero of Homer's 'Iliad' bandaging the wound of his friend Patroclus. Drawing based on an antique vase. Trojan Wars 13th-12th century BC
RM2BWTJWJ–CALCHAS Ancient Greek seer who is described in the opening scenes of the Iliad
RMMNY865–Vulcan hands Thetis the shield for Achilles . (Iliad XVIII, 368–616) . circa 1536. 1246 Vulcan hands Thetis the shield for Achilles1536 By Maerten van Heemskerck born 1498
RM2ABARY0–Bust of Homer by Giorgio Sommer photographer c1870 bust dated ca.100 BC-ca. AD 79 Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy Roman ancient Italian style albumen prints portraits...Homer is the legendary author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, two epic poems that are the central works of ancient Greek literature
RME488CK–During the great Trojan War, the Greeks (left) offer the horse to the Trojans and the walls of Troy in the background to left.
RFD772FD–Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, considered to be the first poet of the occident, woodcut from 1880
RMHPD3E4–Volute , crater , Death of fhe Thracian king Rhesos , Clay, 340 BC, Greek ( Rhesus is a fictional Thracian king in Iliad, Book X, who fought on the side of Trojans. Diomedes and Odysseus stole his team of fine horses during a night raid on the Trojan camp. )
RMEX279T–Portrait of Diomedes, warrior hero in Homer's Iliad, with small sword and cloak before a statue, on white agate in the collection of P. Snell Jr. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Worlidge from James Vallentin's One Hundred and Eight Engravings from Antique Gems, 1863.
RMHX420P–Iliad VIII 245 253 in cod F205, Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, late 5c or early 6c
RMEY6HWP–The frogs and mice go to battle - Illustration from the 'Batrachomyomachia' (Battle of Frogs and Mice) a parody of Homer's epic poem the Iliad (circa 1200BC) dating from around 300BC. 17th century woodcut print illustrating Aesop's Fables. See description for more information.
RMG3883Y–Iliad - Priam
RMCW1RXT–Homer is considered the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
RMRD6WMC–Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, considered to be the first poet of the occident, woodcut from 1880
RM2BC7JF4–The vault of the Iliad room, by Italian artist Luigi Sabatelli, Pitti Gallery, Florence, Italy 1920s
RMT96HFX–Achilles mourning the death of Patroclus. In Greek mythology, Achilles was a Greek hero of the Trojan War, the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad. Legends state that Achilles was invulnerable in all of his body except for his heel. He died because of a small wound on his heel, thus the term Achilles' heel has come to mean a person's principal weakness.
RM2ATK7C1–Mosaic of the Seven Sages. 4th century AD. It depicts a chapter of The Iliad. Briseis is returned to Achilles after being abducted by Agamemnon. Detail. National Museum of Roman Art. Merida. Extremadura. Spain.
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RMBD8MH6–Heroes of the Trojan War
RM2JC8J76–Andromache Fainting on the Wall, c1792. By John Flaxman (1755-1826). During the Trojan War, after Hector was killed by Achilles and the city taken by the Greeks, the Greek herald Talthybius informed Andromache of the plan to kill Astyanax, her son by Hector, by throwing him from the city walls. This act was carried out by Neoptolemus who then took Andromache as a concubine and Hector's brother, Helenus, as a slave. The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer.
RME1GG36–Attic red-figure of Achilles. A Greek hero of the Trojan War and the central character and greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad.
RM2C5ANTM–HOMER Ancient Greek author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. A Roman bust from the second century AD.
RM2A5276G–Sleep and Death Cista Handle, 400-375 BC. The Etruscans, a mysterious people who lived in northern Italy, loved Greek mythology and used it as subject matter in their works of art. The two winged figures, Sleep and Death, bend respectfully and tenderly toward their burden—Zeus's son, "godlike Sarpedon of the brazen helmet," who died on the battlefield at Troy. According to Homer's Iliad , the young prince had led a band of warriors from Lycia (in southern Turkey) to help King Priam repulse the Greek attack. Apollo, at Zeus's request, sent his winged messengers to gather the l
RMKC7A11–The Iliad and the Odyssey, After John Flaxman, 1834
RFA5AYTG–Laocoon and the Trojan Horse
RMC8M9YX–Ancient bust of Homer author Iliad Odyssey ancient Greek epic poet literature
RMEENYJD–Homer Caetani Roman copy 2 cent AD of a Greek original 2 cent BC Homeros author Iliad Odyssey Greek epic poet Greece
RME93KF4–Homer's The Iliad
RMC70XE2–Glanum St Remy Provence France Cenotaph Of Julii Northern Relief Shows Cavalry Fight Maybe Iliad Mausoleum
RMEY6HWK–A declaration of war is delivered to the frogs - Illustration from the 'Batrachomyomachia' (Battle of Frogs and Mice) a parody of Homer's epic poem the Iliad (circa 1200BC) dating from around 500BC. 17th century woodcut print illustrating Aesop's Fables. See description for more information.
RFRYDFT5–Los Angeles, California, USA - 5 March 2019: Iliad website homepage. Iliad logo visible on display screen, Illustrative Editorial
RMRWHRWG–Olympic Iliad by Alexander Liberman. Painted steel, 1984.
RFPREFFH–Original artwork of Homer, the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Published in A pictorial history of the world's great nations: from the earliest d
RMT96HFJ–Achilles dragging the body of Hector around Troy. In Greek mythology, Achilles was a Greek hero of the Trojan War, the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad. Legends state that Achilles was invulnerable in all of his body except for his heel. He died because of a small wound on his heel, thus the term Achilles' heel has come to mean a person's principal weakness. Hector was a Trojan prince and the greatest fighter for Troy.
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RMBD8MH5–Heroes of the Trojan War
RM2JC8J5D–Sleep and Death Conveying the Body of Sarpedon to Lycia, c1792. By John Flaxman (1755-1826). Sarpedon was in Greek legend, son of Zeus, the king of the gods, and Laodameia, the daughter of Bellerophon. In Homer’s Iliad Sarpedon fought on the side of the Trojans and was slain by the Greek warrior Patroclus. A struggle took place for the possession of his body until Apollo rescued it from the Greeks and handed it over to Hypnos and Thanatos (Sleep and Death) who conveyed it for burial to Lycia. The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer.
RF2HW08KE–Art inspired by Ostrakon with Lines from Homer's Iliad, 600, Made in Thebes, Byzantine Egypt, Coptic, Limestone with ink inscription, 1 9/16 x 1 11/16 in. (4 x 4.3 cm), Stone-Ostraca, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RM2G13698–Author: William Ordway Partridge. Homer Reciting the Iliad - 1900 - William Ordway Partridge American, 1861 - 1930 Cast by Roman Bronze Works
RFRF4DN9–Easton Press leather-bound editions of The Iliad and The Odyssey, by Homer, isolated on pure white background.
RMKCA41C–Scene from the Iliad, Michael Martin Drölling, 1815
RFBH5BXD–The Greek hero Achilles battles the Trojan prince Hector outside the walls of Troy and slays him.
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