The blind Oedipus being led by his daughter Antigone
|Caption||The blind Oedipus being led by his daughter Antigone. Illustration from Pohadky Staroveke (Ancient Myths), by Frantisek Ruth (Solc a Simecek, Prague, c1920).|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||ancient Greece Greek legend mythology blind blindness disabled disability helping leading Oedipus led daughter Antigone woman staff stick walking old faithful wilderness exile|
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