Greek relief, Agamemnon seated left with Talthybis and Epeios, c5th century BC. Fragment of a relief, maybe the armrest from the throne of a cult statue. May represent Agamemnon's initiation to the Samothracean mystery cult. Marble, Greek archaic artwork, ca. 560 BC. From Samothrace. Held at the Louvre.
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