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ARCHITECTURE
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DelphiLesche with paintings of PolygnotosNekyia (Ulysses in the Underworld)
LITERATURE
Ancient
HomerOdyssey Book XI: Ulysses recounts his adventures (Journey to the Underworld)vv. 576-581: Ulysses sees Tityus with vultures devouring his liver
HomerOdyssey Book XI: Ulysses recounts his adventures (Journey to the Underworld)vv. 582-592: Ulysses sees the starving Tantalus
HomerOdyssey Book XI: Ulysses recounts his adventures (Journey to the Underworld)vv. 593-600: Ulysses sees Sisyphos with the rock
HomerOdyssey Book XI: Ulysses recounts his adventures (Journey to the Underworld)Cycles
Further details
ARTIST/CREATOR
Schenck, Hermann (active 1890s)
DATE
1893
LOCATION
n/a
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Robert, CarlDie Nekyia des Polygnot, Halle, 1892 (at end of volume)
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