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Background imageTrojan War Collection: Greek vase painting of Achilles and Patroclus. Artist: Sosias

Greek vase painting of Achilles and Patroclus. Artist: Sosias
A Greek vase painting of Achilles and Patroclus, where Achilles is binding the wounds of Patroclus. Currently in the Berlin Greek and Roman Museum

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Minerva, 1775 (marble)

Minerva, 1775 (marble)
XOS1765294 Minerva, 1775 (marble) by Nollekens, Joseph Francis (1702-48); 144 cm; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA; (add.info.: Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquis of Rockingham)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Circe Invidiosa, 1892. Artist: Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917)

Circe Invidiosa, 1892. Artist: Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917)
Circe Invidiosa, 1892. Found in the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Heroes Of The Trojan War

Heroes Of The Trojan War
Illustration of a Heroes Of The Trojan War

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Death of Hector by Achilles during the Trojan War

Death of Hector by Achilles during the Trojan War
Greek hero Achilles dragging Hectors body behind his chariot in the Trojan wars. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, 1818. Artist: David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825)

The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, 1818. Artist: David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825)
The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, 1818. Found in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Medea and Jason stealing the Golden Fleece

Medea and Jason stealing the Golden Fleece
Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology. Medea drugs a serpent while Jason prepares to kill it and steal the Golden Fleece. Venus and a winged youth stand at their side

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Trojan War battle

Trojan War battle
Combat around the body of Patrocles, Trojan War. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Helen of Troy, wife of Menelaus, taken from Greece

Helen of Troy, wife of Menelaus, taken from Greece
Capture of Helen by Paris, causing the Trojan War, according to Homer. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of a vase painting

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Busts of seven principal heroes of the Trojan War

Busts of seven principal heroes of the Trojan War. From left to right: Menelaus, Paris, Diomedes, Ulysses, Nestor, Achilles and Agamemnon. Sette principali Eroi della Guerra Trojana

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Alexander the Great Before the Tomb of Achilles. Artist: Robert, Hubert (1733-1808)

Alexander the Great Before the Tomb of Achilles. Artist: Robert, Hubert (1733-1808)
Alexander the Great Before the Tomb of Achilles. Found in the collection of Louvre, Paris

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Achilles leaving to avenge the death of Patroclus (oil on canvas)

Achilles leaving to avenge the death of Patroclus (oil on canvas)
XIR868510 Achilles leaving to avenge the death of Patroclus (oil on canvas) by Jeaurat, Etienne (1699-1789); Musee Municipal, Cambrai

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Greek civilization, Black-figure pottery, Krater depicting fight for the body of Patroclus

Greek civilization, Black-figure pottery, Krater depicting fight for the body of Patroclus, From Farsala, Greece
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Black-figure pottery. Krater depicting the fight for the body of Patroclus. From Farsala, Greece. Detail

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Hulton Archives

The Hulton Archives
Fine Art Storehouse The Hulton Archives

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Heinrich Schliemann, German archaeologist C018 / 7037

Heinrich Schliemann, German archaeologist C018 / 7037
Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890). 1869 engraving of the German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann. Schliemann is best known as the discoverer of the ruins of the legendary city of Troy

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving)

The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving)
6026365 The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving) by Jacomb-Hood, George Percy (1857-1930); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Ulysses and Circe, c. 1650-1660. Artist: Sirani, Giovanni Andrea (1610-1670)

Ulysses and Circe, c. 1650-1660. Artist: Sirani, Giovanni Andrea (1610-1670)
Ulysses and Circe, c. 1650-1660. Found in the collection of the Musei Capitolini, Rome

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Ulysses deriding Polyphemus, 1829. Artist: Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851)

Ulysses deriding Polyphemus, 1829. Artist: Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851)
Ulysses deriding Polyphemus, 1829. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Thetis Bringing the Armor to Achilles, 1804 (oil on canvas)

Thetis Bringing the Armor to Achilles, 1804 (oil on canvas)
XOS1766336 Thetis Bringing the Armor to Achilles, 1804 (oil on canvas) by West, Benjamin (1738-1820); 68.6x50.8 cm; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Briseis aund Achilles. Creator: Tintoretto, Jacopo (1518-1594)

Briseis aund Achilles. Creator: Tintoretto, Jacopo (1518-1594)
Briseis aund Achilles. Found in the Collection of Musei Civici, Padova

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Trojan War: Achilles Tent. ca. 1470. Central

The Trojan War: Achilles Tent. ca. 1470. Central detail. Battle between Greeks and Trojans. Achilles against Troilus. Sixth cloth of the series, work of the Master of Co봩 vy

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot (engraving)

Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot (engraving)
8634987 Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Education of Achilles by Chiron the Centaur (bronze)

The Education of Achilles by Chiron the Centaur (bronze)
PNH352771 The Education of Achilles by Chiron the Centaur (bronze) by French School, (19th century); height: 44.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Trojan Horse story by Raoul Lefevre, French, 15th century (print)

The Trojan Horse story by Raoul Lefevre, French, 15th century (print)
PHD41414 The Trojan Horse story by Raoul Lefevre, French, 15th century (print); Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France; (add.info.: Fr 22522 f.277v); Photo: Phaidon Press

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Trojan war: Trojan horse episode, subterfuge used by the Greeks to enter the fortified city

Trojan war: Trojan horse episode, subterfuge used by the Greeks to enter the fortified city - Trojan war
ELD4840473 Trojan war: Trojan horse episode, subterfuge used by the Greeks to enter the fortified city - Trojan war: The Trojan horse

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Sacrifice of Polyxena, unknown date, (c1730s). Creator: Workshop of Giovanni Battista Pittoni

The Sacrifice of Polyxena, unknown date, (c1730s). Creator: Workshop of Giovanni Battista Pittoni
The Sacrifice of Polyxena, unknown date, (c1730s). Polyxena, with whom Achilles fell in love, was the younger daughter of Priam and Hecuba, the king and queen of Troy

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Wedding Of Peleus And Thetis, 1612. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael

The Wedding Of Peleus And Thetis, 1612. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael
The Wedding Of Peleus And Thetis, 1612. The gods of ancient Greece celebrate the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, the future parents of Achilles

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Judgment of Paris (colour litho)

The Judgment of Paris (colour litho)
8626204 The Judgment of Paris (colour litho) by Kuhn-Regnier, Joseph (1873-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Judgment of Paris)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus

Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus
7287232 Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus. 160 - 170 AD)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War

Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War
5304849 Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War.; (add.info.: Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Thetis bringing the helmet and armour of Achilles (engraving)

Thetis bringing the helmet and armour of Achilles (engraving)
8634992 Thetis bringing the helmet and armour of Achilles (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Excavation of the walls of Troy (b/w photo)

Excavation of the walls of Troy (b/w photo)
8663783 Excavation of the walls of Troy (b/w photo) by German Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Excavation of the walls of the ancient city of Troy)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry)

Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry)
CUL4896566 Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry); 482x942 cm; (add.info.: AGAMEMNON. Legendary king of Argos and Mycenae. Center Scene)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry)

Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry)
CUL4895992 Tapestry illustrating The Trojan War: Achilles Death, c.1470 (tapestry); (add.info.: AGAMEMNON. Legendary king of Argos and Mycenae. Left scene)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Plaque showing King Priam of Troy begging Achilles for the body of his son Hector

Plaque showing King Priam of Troy begging Achilles for the body of his son Hector
FLO4688952 Plaque showing King Priam of Troy begging Achilles for the body of his son Hector. Chromolithograph drawn by Grivell and lithographed by Parrot et Co

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus

Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus
7287215 Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Sarcophagius with the myth of Protesilaus. 160 - 170 AD)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Aeneas Rescuing Anchises from Burning Troy, 1605-20 (oil on panel)

Aeneas Rescuing Anchises from Burning Troy, 1605-20 (oil on panel)
5860619 Aeneas Rescuing Anchises from Burning Troy, 1605-20 (oil on panel) by Steenwijck, Hendrick van, the younger (c.1580-1649); 22.6--31.5 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Trojan horse during the siege of the city of Trojan, from 'Historia destructionis Troiae' by

The Trojan horse during the siege of the city of Trojan, from "Historia destructionis Troiae" by Guido delle
AIS5346111 The Trojan horse during the siege of the city of Trojan, from "Historia destructionis Troiae" by Guido delle Colone (c. 1210- c)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Literature. Theatre. Andromaque, costume. Engraving by P. Chery for the tragedy: Andromaque

Literature. Theatre. Andromaque, costume. Engraving by P. Chery for the tragedy: Andromaque, by Jean Racine
3434364 Literature. Theatre. Andromaque, costume. Engraving by P. Chery for the tragedy: Andromaque, by Jean Racine, in: Recherches sur les costumes et theatres de toutes les nations

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Greek mythology: the Trojan War, Achilles receives his armor from the hands of his mother Thetis

Greek mythology: the Trojan War, Achilles receives his armor from the hands of his mother Thetis - Engraving colorisee
NWI4929520 Greek mythology: the Trojan War, Achilles receives his armor from the hands of his mother Thetis - Engraving colorisee 19th century - Thetis bringing armor to her son Achilles

Background imageTrojan War Collection: The Heros of the Greek antiquite Achilles dragging Hector's body behind his tank during the Trojan

The Heros of the Greek antiquite Achilles dragging Hector's body behind his tank during the Trojan War
NWI4930039 The Heros of the Greek antiquite Achilles dragging Hector's body behind his tank during the Trojan War. Colour engraving of the 19th century; (add.info)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Trojan war: Triumphant Achilles dragging Hector's lifeless body in front of the Gates of Troy

Trojan war: Triumphant Achilles dragging Hector's lifeless body in front of the Gates of Troy
ELD4918210 Trojan war: Triumphant Achilles dragging Hector's lifeless body in front of the Gates of Troy) Engraving 19th century Private collection; (add.info.: Trojan war)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War

Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War
5304853 Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War.; (add.info.: Detail from a tapestry depicting scenes from the Trojan War)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Fol.115r Calchas persuading the Greeks not to march on Troy, from the Codex Benito Santa Mora

Fol.115r Calchas persuading the Greeks not to march on Troy, from the Codex Benito Santa Mora (vellum)
XIR243782 Fol.115r Calchas persuading the Greeks not to march on Troy, from the Codex Benito Santa Mora (vellum) by Spanish School, (15th century); Biblioteca Monasterio del Escorial, Madrid

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Achilles, scene from Homer's Iliad (litho)

Achilles, scene from Homer's Iliad (litho)
8664127 Achilles, scene from Homer's Iliad (litho) by Chesterman, Hugh (1884-1941); Private Collection; (add.info.: Achilles, scene from Homer's Iliad)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Diomedes protected by Athena (engraving)

Diomedes protected by Athena (engraving)
8634985 Diomedes protected by Athena (engraving) by Loeffler, Ludwig (1819-1876) ; Private Collection; (add.info.: Diomedes protected by Athena. Illustration from Hellas)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Sarcophagus with the myth of Protesilaus

Sarcophagus with the myth of Protesilaus
7287214 Sarcophagus with the myth of Protesilaus; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Sarcophagus with the myth of Protesilaus. 160 - 170 AD)

Background imageTrojan War Collection: Plaque depicting the sacrifice of Iphigenia, daughter of King Agamemnon. Chromolithograph by W

Plaque depicting the sacrifice of Iphigenia, daughter of King Agamemnon. Chromolithograph by W
FLO4689061 Plaque depicting the sacrifice of Iphigenia, daughter of King Agamemnon. Chromolithograph by W. Griggs from Frederick Rathone's Old Wedgwood



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