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Greek Mythology Telephos

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Stock Photo - Telephus was the son of Heracles and Auge in Greek mythology, father of Eurypylu. Relief from the Pergamon Altar, reconstructed in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. The Pergamon Hellenistic Art, Pergamon Museum, Ancient Greek City, Oriental, Ancient Civilizations, Greek Mythology, Wall Sculptures, Sculpting, Sons

Telephos is greeted by Teuthras, panel from the Telephos frieze showing Telephos, Odysseus and Achilles (with spear), from inside the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 5.2' h, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):

Herakles and the Infant Telephos Roman fresco copy of Greek painting, century AD, Herculaneum, Italy Rome Antique, Art Antique, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Greek Paintings, Roman Paintings, Pompeii And Herculaneum

Eracle (in piedi a destra) ritrova il figlio Telefo (in basso a sinistra), mentre è allattato da una cerva. Affresco dall'Augusteum di Ercolano, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli.

Herakles finds his son Telephos in Arcadia. Detail:Telephos nursed by a doe. From the Basilica in Herculaneum,Italy. Exotic Art, Pompeii, Greek Mythology, Hercules, Erotica, Beast, Sons, Naples Italy, Painting

Herakles finds his son Telephos in Arcadia.

Herakles finds his son Telephos in Arcadia. Detail:Telephos nursed by a doe. From the Basilica in Herculaneum,Italy. Inv. 9008 Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy

 century B. Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum. Hermitage Museum, Cerberus, 1st Century, Saint Petersburg, Greek Mythology, Hercules, Sons, Infant, Asia

Hind suckling infant Telephos. Saint Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum (Санкт-Петербург, Государственный Эрмитаж)

Sardonyx. Asia Minor (?). 1st century BCE. 1.9 × 1.8 cm.

Herakles and the Infant Telephos Roman fresco copy of Greek painting, century AD, Herculaneum, Italy Rome Antique, Art Antique, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Greek Paintings, Roman Paintings, Pompeii And Herculaneum

Telephus Being Suckled by a Doe, with Minerva and Hercules | Art UK

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TELEPHOS - Son of Herakles and Auge who takes the baby to Mysia (Asia Minor) where he is suckled by a hind. He confronts the Greeks on their way to Troy and is wounded by Achilles, and later healed by the touch of his spear. To secure this he went to Argos and took the infant Orestes hostage, forcing Agamemnon's assistance. The subject of a frieze on the Great Altar at Pergamon. Achilles, Greeks, Argos, Greek Mythology, Altar, Infant, Touch, Baby, Baby Humor

TELEPHOS - Son of Herakles and Auge who takes the baby to Mysia (Asia Minor) where he is suckled by a hind. He confronts the Greeks on their way to Troy and is wounded by Achilles, and later healed by the touch of his spear. To secure this he went to Argos and took the infant Orestes hostage, forcing Agamemnon's assistance. The subject of a frieze on the Great Altar at Pergamon.

Der Mysierkönig Telephos bei einer medizinischen Behandlung, röm. Kaiserzeit e collectione imaginum W.Tungsten (c) incognitus Kaiser, Greek Mythology, Statue, Medicine, Health, World, Sculptures, Sculpture

Der Mysierkönig Telephos bei einer medizinischen Behandlung, röm. Kaiserzeit e collectione imaginum W.Tungsten (c) incognitus

Telefo curato da Achille. Altorilievo, Casa del Rilievo di Telefo, Ercolano Greek Mythology, Decor, Home, Decoration, Decorating, Deco

Telefo curato da Achille. Altorilievo, Casa del Rilievo di Telefo, Ercolano

Greek Mythology Photo: Herakles with his baby Telephos (Louvre Museum, Paris). Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient Greece, Sculpture Romaine, Louvre Paris, Roman Gods, Greek Statues

Heracles and his child Telephos. Marble, Roman copy of the 1st–2nd century CE after a Greek original of the 4th century BCE. Found in Tivoli, Italy.