Diomedes and Odysseus Stealing Rhesus' Horses

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Liana Miate
by Marie-Lan Nguyen (Jastrow)
published on 22 September 2022

Odysseus (wearing the pilos hat) and Diomedes stealing the horses of Thracian king Rhesus they have just killed. Apulian red-figure situla, from Ruvo. Red-figure pottery, c. 360 BCE.

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