Helen of Troy by Matania
Helen of Troy and King Priam watch Paris and Menelaus fight for her sake. Illustration to accompany the first story in a series on 'Famous Women from History' written by Kenneth Bell and illustrated by Fortunino Matania in the newly launched, Britannia and Eve magazine. Date: B.C.
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Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2
Art Greek. Hellenistic. Statue of Lacoon and his sons (Antiphates and Thymbraeus). The sculpture is attributed by three sculptors from the island of Rhodes. Agesander, Athenedores and Polydorus. 2th BC. Detail. Vaticans Museums. Vatican City.
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The Trojan War: The Destruction of Troy. ca
The Trojan War: The Destruction of Troy. ca. 1470. Detail. The Achaeans assaulted the walls of the city and kill men and women. Cloth number 11 in the series, work of the Master of Co봩vy, Henry or Conrard of Vulcop (active 1454-1479). Manufacturing of Tournai. Wool and silk. 6/7 threads per cm. 477 x 94. Flemish art. Tapestry. SPAIN. Zamora. Cathedral Museum. Date:
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