Illustration for Homer's Iliad
|Caption||Priam, extremely afflicted at Achilles's inhumanity to the Body of Hector, which he disgracefully drags three times a day round Patroclus's Tomb, comes to him and begs it; That Prince toutch'd with his Grief and submission, grants his Request which is followed with Magnificent Funerals celebrated by the Trojans for Hector. The Iliad. Illustration for The Works of Homer edited by William Henry Melmoth (Alex Hogg, c 1780).|
|Artist||English School (18th Century)|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Homer works ancient Greek literature epic epics The Iliad|
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