These are very interesting pictures Mr.Balgley. It gives me an imagery on the scene where Odysseus Slays the suitors.
This book has a lot going on and these pictures show a good scene for us to understand and see for ourselves.
The photo that really helps me visually understand those last four cantos is the last one. It shows the story that's being said in cantos 22.
I have a question in the Metropolitan Museum of Art d o they have a section on Ancient Greek relating to The Odyssey or is it ancient Greek in general.
malthen thats a good question cuz the last time ive been there they didnt
Visit the Ancient Greek Art Section. Look at the sculpture, but also spend time looking at the vases and the other objects. Malthen, to my knowledge there is no section exclusively devoted to objects depicting the Homeric narratives, but if you look very carefully, you may find objects which relate to things you have read about. Guys I suggest you go there with a classmate. The museum restaurant is not cheap. I suggest you either eat before or after your visit. If you bring a snack along with you, eat it discretely. ENJOY YOUR VISIT!
Odysseus was really brave to have slayed all the suitors. These are great pictures.
Where do you get all these interesting photos Balgley?