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40004872, Marlborough, 165, Diomedes, cloak over arm, escaping from Troy over a wreathed altar, holding a sword and the Palladion statue of Athena; greeted by Odysseus, dress over arm holding scabbard, pointing to the feet of a dead Trojan guard or priest whom he has slain, behind him a block. Between them a pillar bearing a three-quarter back statue of Poseidon, cloak over shoulder, holding a trident. Top right, the gate and walls of Troy. Ground line. Inscribed by the artist, on the altar Felix; with the name of the owner, Calpurnius Severus, above ., FHLIX EPOIEI KALPOURNIOU SEOUEROU, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Boardman, J., Scarisbrick, D., Wagner C., Zwierlein-Diehl, E: The Marlborough Gems (2009), Story-Maskelyne, M.H.: The Marlborough Gems (1870), 1966.1808, Cornelian

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