The Routledge Handbook of Greek Mythology

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ILLUSTRATIONS

MAPS
1 Mainland Greece xviii
2 The Aegean area xix
3 The Mediterranean world xx

FIGURES
2.1 Garden of the Hesperides, by Frederick Lord Leighton 29
2.2 Herakles holds up the sky for Atlas. Drawing after a Greek vase-painting 50
2.3 A Nereid riding a cuttlefish. Drawing after a Greek vase-painting 51
2.4 Peleus wrestles with Thetis. Red-figure vase-painting 53
2.5 Running Medusa (Gorgon). Amphora 59
2.6 Perseus slaying the Gorgon. Ivory relief, sixth century BC 60
2.7 Bellerophon slaying the Chimaira 63
3.1 Rhea-Kybele. Marble statue, Roman period 72
3.2 Typhoeus. Bronze relief: shield band panel from Olympia 82
3.3 The Battle of the Gods and Giants. A detail of the Great Altar of Pergamon 87
3.4 Pandora, by Harry Bates (1891). Marble, ivory and bronze 94
4.1 Theseus under the sea. G. 104, Attic red-figure cup by Onesimos 105
4.2 Charon and Hermes. Attic white ground lekythos 2777, c. 440 BC 111
4.3 Ixion bound on his wheel. Lucanian cup, 400-380 BC 119
4.4 Rape of Persephone: Fresco from Tomb II at Vergina, 350-25 BC 126
4.5 Demeter and Kore. The Eleusis relief, fifth century BC 127
4.6 Triptolemos in his chariot, surrounded by the gods 131
5.1 Apollo and Herakles struggle for the tripod at Delphi. Red-figure vase, c. 525 BC 146

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