The obsequy of Patroclus, with Achilles standing next to his dead friend and cutting a lock from his hair; coat of arms in lower margin; illustration for Ogilby's 'Homer his Iliads Translated Adorn'd with Sculpture, and Illustrated with Annotations', book 23 (London, Thomas Roycroft, 1660). c.1660 Engraving
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