Chryses Entreats Agamemnon for His Daughter

Apulian Red-Figure Volute-Crater, ca. 360-350 BCE by the Painter of Athens depicting Chryses attempting to ransom his daughter Chryseis from Agamemnon.

Chryses attempting to ransom his daughter Chryseis from Agamemnon. Side A of an Apulian red-figure volute-crater, ca. 360 BC–350 BC,by the Painter of Athens 1714. Found in Taranto, now in the Louvre.

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