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File:Wenceslas Hollar - Briseis and Achilles crop.jpg

Title Briseis and Achilles.
Date Unknown date (author lived 1607-1677)
Dimensions 30 x 19 cm.
Wenceslas Hollar Digital Collection
Accession number Plate number: P286.
  • Classification: Mythology, Satire, Etc. > Scenes from Homer
  • Artwork from University of Toronto Wenceslaus Hollar Digital Collection
  • Scanned by University of Toronto
  • High-resolution version extracted using custom tool by User:Dcoetzee
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