Ajax and Achilles, Francois Vase

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by Kealor (used with permission)
published on 23 December 2012

A detail from the handle of one of the finest surviving examples of Attic black-figure pottery, the Francois Vase (570-565 BCE) depicting Ajax carrying the body of Achilles during the Trojan War. (Archaeological Museum, Florence)

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