Hecuba

Hekuba war eine Königin in der griechischen Mythologie, die Frau von König Priamos von Troja, mit dem sie 19 Kinder hatte.

Hecuba or Ecabe is a character in Greek mythology who was queen of Troy, second wife of Priam and mother of most of his children.

Hector

Szene aus Buch XXIV der Ilias: Hektors Leichnam wird nach Troja zurückgebracht.

Hector is a hero of Greek mythology, the eldest son of Priam, king of Troy, and Hecuba.

Agamemnon

Die so genannte Maske des Agamemnon, die 1876 von Heinrich Schliemann in Mykene entdeckt wurde, ist vermutlich 300 Jahre älter als der legendäre Trojanische Krieg.

Agamemnon is one of the most distinguished heroes of Greek mythology whose adventures are recounted in Homer’s Iliad.

Hera

Statue einer als "Hera Campana" bekannten Göttin, 2.

Hera is the wife and sister of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of classical Greek mythology.

Mycenae

Weg zum Löwentor, Mykene.

Mycenae, is an archaeological site in Greece, located about 90 km southwest of Athens, in the northeastern Peloponnese.

Athena

Mattei Athena im Louvre.

Athena, also Athena Pallada – in Greek mythology, the goddess of wisdom, military strategy and tactics, one of the most revered goddesses of ancient Greece, included among the twelve great Olympian gods, the eponym of the city of Athens.

Helen of Troy

Bergung von Helena durch Menelaos.

Homer’s Helen, called Beautiful Helen in modern Greek and euphemistic in the Iliad, famous for her beauty, is the most ambiguous person in Greek mythology.

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