K ing Nestor
The Wine Red Sea:  Journeys of Odysseus
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Pictorial Credits Journey to Manhood, page 1, map of Greece:  http://raymondpronk.wordpress.com/2010/05/06/ancient-greece/. The Goddess and the Prince, page 2:  Greek trading ship. The Goddess and the Prince, page 3:   Achilles slaying Hector.  Athenian red clay vase. The Goddess and the Prince, page 4:  Waterhouse, John William.  Penelope and the Suitors.  Aberdeen Art Gallery. The Prince Departs, page 1:  Athena.  Attic red figure.  University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. King Nestor, pages 1 and 2:  King Nestorhttp://pics1.imagezone.org/key/king%20nestor%20of%20pylos King Nestor, page 3, first image:  Four Horse Chariot Race on Panhellenic Amphorahttp://www.ancientworlds.net/aw/Article/1269209 King Nestor, page 3, second image:  Mask of Agamemnon.  National Archeology Museum, Athens. Menelaus and Helen, page 1, first image:  Bust of Menelaus.  Vatican Museum, Vatican City. Menelaus and Helen, page 1, second image:  Helen of Troy.  Attic red figure crater.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. Menelaus and Helen, page 2:  Kylix of merchant ships and warshipshttp://peripluscd.wordpress.com/tag/kylix/ Menelaus and Helen, page 3:  Menelaus chases Helen.  Private collection, Toledo, Ohio. In the land of the gods, page 1: Draper, H.J. Ulysses and the Sirens. Ferens Art Gallery, Hull. Calypso’s Island, page 1:  Odysseus and Calypso.  Red-figure vase.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. Calypso’s Island, page 2:  Statue of Poseidon.  Port of Copenhagen. Nausicaa, page 1:  Odysseus and Nausicaa.  Attic red figure vase.  Munich, Antikensammlungen. Nausicaa, page 2:  Flaxman, John.  Ulysses following the car of Nausicaa.  In the Land of the Phaeacians, page 1:  Claudon, David.  Odysseus begs for Arete’s helphttp://www.davidclaudon.com/odyssey/questions2.html In the Land of the Phaeacians, page 2:  Odysseus and Elpenor int he Underworld.  Ceramic red figure.  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Revelations, page 1:  Flaxman, John.  Ulysses Weeps at the Song of Demodocus Revelations, page 2, left-hand figure:  Greek Vase with Runners at the Panathenaic Games.  Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich. Revelations, page 2, right-hand figure: Boxers, one with Blood.  Attic black-figure amphora.  British Museum, London.