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LITERATURE
Ancient
→ Homer → Odyssey → Book II: Telemachus's conflict with the suitors and departure → vv. 94-105: Penelope is accused of having promised to marry when she has finished weaving the shroud of Laertes, but dissolving every night what she has woven during the day
Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale de France
fr. 598, fol. 58r
early 15th century
London, British Library
Royal 16 G V, fol. 45v
1st quarter 15th century
Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale de France
fr. 12420, fol. 58r
1401-1402
London, British Library
Royal 20 C V, fol. 61v
circa 1410
Boccaccio
1493
Pinturicchio
1509
Marolles, plate 48
1655
Marolles, plate 48
1655
John Flaxman's Umrisse zu Homer's Ilias und Odyssee, gestochen von E. Riepenhausen, plate 2
circa 1793