Yves Charreire
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Achilles Statue, Hyde Park

Achilles Statue, Hyde Park

The Fury of Achilles. 1767. Charles Antoine Coypel.

The Fury of Achilles. 1767. Charles Antoine Coypel.

Polites, Son of Priam, Observes the Movements of the Greeks (The Iliad)

Polites, Son of Priam, Observes the Movements of the Greeks (The Iliad)

A reproduction of Jules Bastien LePage’s “Achilles et Priam”, 1876 (The Iliad)

A reproduction of Jules Bastien LePage’s “Achilles et Priam”, 1876 (The Iliad)

Zeus and Ganymede

Zeus and Ganymede

Zeus  Ganymede   1817

Zeus Ganymede 1817

Poseidon was, like Zeus and Hades, A son of Cronus, after helping to defeat his father he was given the oceans to rule as his domain.  He was also known as the creator of the first horse as well as the bringer of earth quakes, which where usually the result of his anger during a argument over who controlled the land.

Poseidon was, like Zeus and Hades, A son of Cronus, after helping to defeat his father he was given the oceans to rule as his domain. He was also known as the creator of the first horse as well as the bringer of earth quakes, which where usually the result of his anger during a argument over who controlled the land.

Apoxyomenos (athlete scraping his body with a strigil).  Bronze. Roman copy of the bronze original by Polykleitos ca. 320 B.C.

Apoxyomenos (athlete scraping his body with a strigil). Bronze. Roman copy of the bronze original by Polykleitos ca. 320 B.C.

Rear view. Hylas. 1846. H.W.Bissen

Rear view. Hylas. 1846. H.W.Bissen

Achilles and Patroclus Achilles, son of Thetis mourns Patroclus, his best friend/lover/ or both it's unsure, Greeks had a tradition of Pederasty which was used to engender this kind of relationship. to encourage warriors in battle.

Achilles and Patroclus Achilles, son of Thetis mourns Patroclus, his best friend/lover/ or both it's unsure, Greeks had a tradition of Pederasty which was used to engender this kind of relationship. to encourage warriors in battle.