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Comentario de Obra de Arte. El Código de Hammurabi

Comentario de Obra de Arte. El Código de Hammurabi

Achilles falls in love with Amazon queen Penthesileia as he stabs her to death. #Iliad #Homer

Achilles falls in love with Amazon queen Penthesileia as he stabs her to death. #Iliad #Homer

Trojan War scene: Ajax bends to lift the body of Achilles, Penn Museum

Trojan War scene: Ajax bends to lift the body of Achilles, Penn Museum

Hermes weighing souls (psychostasis). In Book 5, Hermes, is sent to tell the nymph Kalypso to allow Odysseus Ogygia. Hermes is also known as the god of boundaries, and as such he is Psychopompos, or “soul-guide”. the god is shown with winged shoes ("immortal, golden”) and a traveler’s broad-brimmed hat. his wand, the caduceus, is a rod entwined by two copulating snakes. The scale holds two psychê, a “breath-soul”. Athenian red-figure amphora from Nola, c. 460 BC, by the Nikon Painter.

Hermes weighing souls (psychostasis). In Book 5, Hermes, is sent to tell the nymph Kalypso to allow Odysseus Ogygia. Hermes is also known as the god of boundaries, and as such he is Psychopompos, or “soul-guide”. the god is shown with winged shoes ("immortal, golden”) and a traveler’s broad-brimmed hat. his wand, the caduceus, is a rod entwined by two copulating snakes. The scale holds two psychê, a “breath-soul”. Athenian red-figure amphora from Nola, c. 460 BC, by the Nikon Painter.

Paris_judgment | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Paris_judgment | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

PRIAM tué par NEOPTOLEME - amphore attique à figures noires de la classe de Cambridge 49, v. 520-510 av. J.-C., musée du Louvre Lors de la prise de Troie, Priam est égorgé par Néoptolème (appelé aussi Pyrrhus), le fils d'Achille, devant l'autel de Zeus près duquel il priait.

PRIAM tué par NEOPTOLEME - amphore attique à figures noires de la classe de Cambridge 49, v. 520-510 av. J.-C., musée du Louvre Lors de la prise de Troie, Priam est égorgé par Néoptolème (appelé aussi Pyrrhus), le fils d'Achille, devant l'autel de Zeus près duquel il priait.

Minoan vessel. Marine Style decoration. 1500 BC. | sidorova_iskusstvo_egeiskogo_mira-118.jpg (650×1126)

Minoan vessel. Marine Style decoration. 1500 BC. | sidorova_iskusstvo_egeiskogo_mira-118.jpg (650×1126)

The scene of fight of the Trojan war.  Black-figure amphora. Chalcidice. Ascribed to the Inscription Painter. Clay. 550—540 B.C. Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria.

The scene of fight of the Trojan war. Black-figure amphora. Chalcidice. Ascribed to the Inscription Painter. Clay. 550—540 B.C. Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria.

THE ARMING OF HECTOR Hector arms for battle in the presence of Priam and Hekabê. Hector has already donned his shinguards and now pulls a breastplate around his middle over a shirt. His mother, represented as a young woman, holds out his helmet with her right hand and with her left holds his spear. Hector’s shield, decorated with the head of a satyr, leans against Hekabê’s leg. The aged Priam, with balding head, supports himself with a knobby staff and instructs his son. The characters’…

THE ARMING OF HECTOR Hector arms for battle in the presence of Priam and Hekabê. Hector has already donned his shinguards and now pulls a breastplate around his middle over a shirt. His mother, represented as a young woman, holds out his helmet with her right hand and with her left holds his spear. Hector’s shield, decorated with the head of a satyr, leans against Hekabê’s leg. The aged Priam, with balding head, supports himself with a knobby staff and instructs his son. The characters’…

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