Embassy of Ulysses and Diomedes from the Greeks to the Trojans
c. 1500
Europe: Flanders
Not on View


  • Title: Embassy of Ulysses and Diomedes from the Greeks to the Trojans
  • Date: c. 1500
  • Medium: wool and silk threads
  • Dimensions: 160 x 145-1/4 in. (406.4 x 368.94 cm)
  • Credit Line: The Norton Simon Foundation
  • Accession Number: F.1965.1.129.3.T
  • Copyright: © The Norton Simon Foundation

Object Information

Imagining the Past in France: 1250-1500

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