Andrei Baciu

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ODYSSEUS, wounded in his side by a spear at Troy. (Peter Connolly/Homer's Iliad, Book 11/user: Aethon)

Odysseus Is Wounded in Side by a Spear at Troy, by Peter Connolly (Homer's Iliad Book boar's tusk helmet/Legend of Odysseus)

Odysseus shoots Eurymachus, as the slaughter of the suitors begins. By Peter Connolly  (Homer's Odyssey/Legend of Odysseus/Ulysses' vengeance in the hall/Trojan War)

Odysseus shoots Eurymachus, as the slaughter of the suitors begins. By Peter Connolly (Homer's Odyssey/Legend of Odysseus/Ulysses' vengeance in the hall/Trojan War)

Patroclus climbs the walls of Troy, moments before his death. - Peter Connolly (Patroclus fights and dies/Homer's Iliad/Greek Mythology/Trojan War)

Mycenaean ~ Patroclus climbs the walls of Troy, moments before his death. - Peter Connolly (Patroclus fights and dies/Homer's Iliad/Greek Mythology/Trojan War)

APHRODITE Carrying Aeneas, is Wounded by DIOMEDES. "But once he caught her, stalking her through the onslaught, gallant [Diomedes] rushed her, lunging out, thrusting his sharp spear at her soft, limp wrist and the brazen point went slashing through her flesh..." - Homer's Iliad, Book 5 (Peter Connolly/Robert Fagles/user: Aethon)

APHRODITE Carrying Aeneas, is Wounded by DIOMEDES. "But once he caught her, stalking her through the onslaught, gallant [Diomedes] rushed her, lunging out, thrusting his sharp spear at her soft, limp wrist and the brazen point went slashing through her flesh..." - Homer's Iliad, Book 5 (Peter Connolly/Robert Fagles/user: Aethon)

Bronze age clothing in Denmark

These are Germanic people of the late bronze, early iron age, circa 200 BC. Note the rather primitive axes Though made of bronze, they are a throwback to the stone axes of a bygone era.

Giuseppe Rava - Achilles battles Hector. Tags: trojan war, achilles, achilleus, hector, hektor,

A painting of Achilles in battle. This painting is by Giuseppe Rava and was completed in It was originally done with the gouache technique. Achilles is shown here as the clear victor of the fight. He is strong, brave and a masterful warrior.