File:DeathOfAchilles Rumpf ChalkidischeVasen colorized in the manner of the inscriptions painter.png
English: Ajax (Aias) fights Glaukos over the dead body of Achilles, while Paris and Aeneas look on. Helping Ajax is Athena with a snaky aegis. A Chalchidian Amphora from 540-530 BCE, formerly in the Pembroke-Hope Collection in Deepdene, England, now lost. Drawing is based on A. Rumpf, Chalkidische Vasen (Berlin/Leipzig 1927), pl. 12.
The source of the original image is a drawing based on a lost Greek Vase from 540 BCE. A. Rumpf, Chalkidische Vasen (Berlin/Leipzig 1927), pl. 12 The vase was formerly in the Pembroke-Hope collection in Deepdene, England. See LIMC (Lexicon Iconographicum Imaginum Mythogiae Classicae) “Achilleus” no. 850. See Kemp-Lindemann 220.
The original image of the black and white drawing was uploaded and released to the public domain to by user Kenmayer on 9 Nov 2015.This version of the image has been digitally resized and fully colorized in an attempt to recreate the colors used by the Inscriptions Painter as faithfully as possible.
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