Classical Societies Letter

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Letter to James 1 Letter to James Tiffany Lyons HUM/205 March 28, 2010 Sandra Uetz
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Letter to James 2 Dear James, I’ve missed you so. Today I went to a gallery and saw the most amazing art piece. It is called Ajax and Achilles (fig. 2.18). On the vase is a depicted story about Ajax and Achilles from the story of The Iliad. It is black and gold. It would match perfectly in the Keeping Room. This piece of art expresses friendship and courage. The two men drawn on the amphora are friends. Ajax was killed in the war against the Trojan Army and the other man named Achilles rescued his body from the enemy. This is why I think that it should be put into the Keeping Room. We bring our friends and guest into that room. When they enter the room and see the marvelous piece, they will feel warmth and love. They would know that this is how we feel about them. That no matter the cost, we will be there. I know that you would want the size of the sculpture. It is 67cm in height. So it is not too
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course SCI 230 SCI/230 taught by Professor Trevorklein during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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