Patroclus corpse MAN Firenze.jpg

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English: Menelaus and Meriones lifting Patroclus' corpse on a cart while Odysseus (on the right, wearing the pilos hat and a shield) looks on. Alabaster urn, Etruscan artwork, 2nd century BC. From Volterra. Stored in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico Nazionale in Florence.
Español: Menelao y Merión sostienen el cadaver de Patroclo en un carro. Urna de alabastro, bajorrelieves estruscos, siglo II dC. (en Volterra). Expuesto en el Museo Nacional Arqueológico de Florencia.
Français : Ménélas et Mérion déposent dans un char le corps de Patrocle pendant qu'Ulysse (à droite, portant le pilos et un bouclier) regarde la scène. Urne en albâtre, art étrusque, IIe siècle av. J.-C. Provenance: Volterra. Conservé au Musée national archéologique de Florence.
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Source own work, from the Iliade exhibition at the Colosseum, September 2006–February 2007
Author Jastrow
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