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The Wine Red Sea:  Journeys of Odysseus
© Copyright 2014 - 2018 by Peter J Ponzio

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Pictorial Credits Revelations, page 4: Portrait of Homer.  White marble.  The British Museum, London. Odysseus Revealed, page 2:  van Thulden, Theodore.  Ulysses and His Companions in the Land of the Lotus-Eaters.  Etching.  Hunterian Museum and  Art     Gallery, University of Glasgow. The Cyclops, page 1:  Odysseus and Polyphemos.  Attic black figure.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. The Cyclops, page 2:  Flaxman, John.  Polyphemus Begging Ulysses for More Wine.  The Art Institute, Chicago. Circe, page 1:  Circe and Odysseus’ Men.  Athenian red figure pelike.  Staatliche Kunstammlungen, Dresden. Circe, page 2:  Odysseus and Kirke.  Attic red figure.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. Among the Dead, page 1:  Odysseus and Tiresias.  Lucanian red-figure calyx krater.  Cabinet de Medailles, Paris. Among the Dead, page 4:  Exekias.  Achilles and Ajax Engaged in a Game.  Vatican Museum, Vatican City. Among the Dead, page 5:  Heracles Bringing Cerberus to Eurystheus.  Caeretan hydria.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. The First Journey Ends, page 1:  Draper, H.J. Ulysses and the Sirens. Ferens Art Gallery, Hull. The First Journey Ends, page 2:  Europa and the Bull [Scylla pictured on obverse].  Paestan red figure.  The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu. The First Journey Ends, page 3:  Helios.  Athenian red figure clay vase.  The British Museum, London. The First Journey Ends, page 4:  Fragment of the Statue of Ulysses.  Museo Archeologico, Sperlonga, Italy. Home, page 3:  Athena.  Attic red figure.  University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. Home, page 4:  Odysseus and Elpenor int he Underworld.  Ceramic red figure.  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Eumaeus, page 1:  Flaxman, John.  Ulysses Meets Eumaeus. Eumaeus, page 3:  Claudon, David.  The Loyal Swineherd. The Prince Returns, page 1:  The Chiussi Painter.  Penelope and Laertes’ Shroud.  Red figure red vase.  University of Indiana, Indianapolis. The Prince Returns, page 2:  Zeus Wielding Thunderbolt.  Attic red-figure amphora.  The Louvre Museum, Paris. The beggar at the palace, page 1:  Flaxman, John.  Ulysses Meets Eumaeus. The beggar at the palace, page 2:  Flaxman, John.  Ulysses and his dog.