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Eurysaces with a Paidagogos

In Greek mythology, Eurysaces was the son of The Telamonian Ajax and Tecmessa. He was venerated in Athens. Eurysaces was named after his father's famous shield. In the play Ajax (Sophocles), the shield is the lone item handed to the boy by Ajax before his suicide.

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Tekemessa And Eurysakes Art - Tekemessa and Eurysakes by Henry Fuseli

Tekemessa and...

Henry Fuseli

Greek Mythology

Ancient Greece
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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