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Final visuals III Attic red-figure cup with the abduction of Briseis , ca. 480 BC The envoys of Agamemnon lead Briseis away to the left, while Achilles sits in his tent, wrapped up in anger and grief. Two bearded figures watch with sympathy; the one behind Achilles may be Patroclus.
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Death of Sarpedon. Late-Archaic mixing bowl by Euphronius with the death of Sarpedon (ca. 515 BCE). The god Hermes directs the personifications of Sleep (Hypnos) and Death (Thanatos) to carry the fallen warrior away to his homeland for burial (cf. Iliad , Book 16).
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Achilles drags the body of Hector past the tomb of Patroclus. Attic Black Figure Hydria Attributed to the Antiope Group. ca. . 520 B.C. - 510 B.C.E. (Late Archaic Period). Boston 63.473. Achilles is armed with two spears and shield. He steps to the right into the chariot, looking back at Priam and Hecuba who stand in a porch. Priam holds a staff in one hand and stretches the other out at Achilles. Hecuba puts hand to forehead in mourning. Hector's body is dragged
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