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One of the most important stolen statues in western literature is the Palladion. This ancient wooden image of Athena guaranteed the safety of Troy...
|Palladion, Pillage, Plunder, Troy, Odysseus, Diomedes, Sperlonga||view|
The "Tyrannicides" - statues of Harmodios and Aristogeiton. Xerxes took them from Athens to his capital at Susa.
|Tyrannicides, Harmodios, Aristogeiton, Plunder, Pillage, Xerxes||view|
This model shows the Athenian Acropolis as it might have looked on the eve of Xerxes’ invasion - 480 BCE.
|Acropolis, Xerxes, Pillage, Plunder, Persian Wars||view|
|DESTRUCTION ON THE ATHENIAN ACROPOLIS||
This link takes you to an interesting article entitled 'Destruction and Memory on the Athenian Acropolis' by Rachel Kousser (Art Bull 91...
|Athens, Acropolis, Pillage, Plunder, Collectors, Greek art, Greek history, Ancient history||view|
|REPATRIATING THE EUPHRONIOS KRATER||
This link takes you to an article about the repatriation of the Euphronios Krater.
|Euphronios, Pillage, Plunder, Repatriation, Greek art, Collectors, Attic Red Figure||view|
|EXEKIAS AND DIONYSOS||
This link takes you to an image of the Attic Black Figure kylix by Exekias depicting the dire consequences of piracy.
|Exekias, Dionysos, Attic Black Figure, Collections, Pillage, Piracy, Plunder||view|
|CICERO v VERRES||
This link gives you more information about Cicero's prosecution of Verres.
|Cicero, Verres, Sicily, Plunder, Pillage, Rhetoric||view|
|THE PALACE OF LAUSUS AT CONSTANTINOPLE AND ITS COLLECTION OF ANCIENT STATUES||
||Lausos, lausus, Kedrenos, Constantinople, Collections, Collectors, Pillage||view|
|VICTORY STELE OF NARAM-SIN||
This link takes you to more information about the victory stele of the Akkadian ruler Naram-Sin, now in the Louvre. It is one of the oldest known...
|Naram-Sin, Plunder, Pillage, Collections, Mesopotamia, Louvre||view|
|CICERO: 1st ORATION AGAINST VERRES||
This link takes you to an English translation of Cicero's 1st Oration Against Verres.
|Cicero, Verres, Rhetoric, Plunder, Pillage, Collections, Collectors, roman world, Classics||view|