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After the blinding of Polyphemus, Odysseus bound to the ram beloved by the Cyclop, is escaping from Polyphemus' cavern.  Terracotta, Roman oil lamp 1st cent. AD. Munich. Antikensammlungen

After the blinding of Polyphemus, Odysseus bound to the ram beloved by the Cyclop, is escaping from Polyphemus' cavern.

ALEXANDER III the GREAT 323BC Authentic Ancient Silver Greek Coin w Zeus i65700

ALEXANDER III the GREAT 323BC Authentic Ancient Silver Greek Coin w Zeus i65700

The #shields and #thoraxes devoted by #AlexanderTheGreat over #Battle in Granikos. From #archaeological Site of Dion.

The #shields and #thoraxes devoted by #AlexanderTheGreat over #Battle in Granikos. From #archaeological Site of Dion.

The last King of ancient #macedonia ,  #Perseus Chief of the #macedonian #army at the #battle of pydna. The Carver depicts him in this semi-precious stone ( #lapislazuli ) as the ancient hero Perseus son of Zeus and Danae.

The last King of ancient #macedonia , #Perseus Chief of the #macedonian #army at the #battle of pydna. The Carver depicts him in this semi-precious stone ( #lapislazuli ) as the ancient hero Perseus son of Zeus and Danae.

Intaglio Portrait of #cleopatra II, between 175 - 150 Century B.C . #Hellenistic #ptolemaic , period either #Egyptian or #greek

Intaglio Portrait of #cleopatra II, between 175 - 150 Century B.C . #Hellenistic #ptolemaic , period either #Egyptian or #greek

Alexander the Great. King of ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, Intaglio technique. Cornelian Material Ancient Greece 4-3rd century BC Hermitage

Alexander the Great. King of ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, Intaglio technique.

Pithos with lid Krater 650 BCE Blinding of Polyphemus Would have been the centre piece at symposiums (reflects accuracy with Iliad)

Etruscan krater, Naval battle/other side Blinding of Polyphemos

Head of Alexander the Great as young Herakles.  Marble. Greek, Hellenistic, late 4th — 3rd cent. BCE.  On loan from a private collection.  Inv. No. L.2014.62.3.  New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Head of Alexander the Great as young Herakles. Marble. Greek, Hellenistic, late 4th — 3rd cent. BCE. On loan from a private collection. Inv. No. L.2014.62.3. New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art

#bronze #statue of #poseidon 480 BC was found in the sea area of Teos, Boeotia (ancient Kreysis, seaport of #plataea) National Archaeological Museum. At birth Poseidon was swallowed whole by his father Kronos (Cronus), but #zeus later enlisted the aid of the goddess Metis who fed the #Titan a magical elixir causing him to disgorge the #god.

#bronze #statue of #poseidon 480 BC was found in the sea area of Teos, Boeotia (ancient Kreysis, seaport of #plataea) National Archaeological Museum. At birth Poseidon was swallowed whole by his father Kronos (Cronus), but #zeus later enlisted the aid of the goddess Metis who fed the #Titan a magical elixir causing him to disgorge the #god.