Agamemnon, Relief of Samothrace

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Mark Cartwright
by Jastrow
published on 06 July 2016
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The relief of Samothrace, c. 550 BCE. An inscription identifies a procession of Agamemnon, a herald, and Epeios (maker of the Trojan Horse). To the right is a griffin, now defaced. (Louvre Museum, Paris)

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Jastrow, . (2016, July 06). Agamemnon, Relief of Samothrace. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/5289/agamemnon-relief-of-samothrace/

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