Pierre-Narcisse Guérin: Clytemnestra and Agamemnon, 1822 In Greek myth, Clytemnestra was a "femme fatale" who murdered her husband Agamemnon and the Trojan princess Cassandra, taken by Agamemnon as a "prize" during the Trojan War.
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While Greece is under pressure from Europe's major institutions and major creditors, normal people across the continent are showing support for the their Greek counterparts. VICE News met some of them.
'We’re Meeting a Man with a Fuck-Off Huge Projector': Meet the Europeans Standing in Solidarity with Greece