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Appendix. The Tabulae Iliacae
- Achilles killing Penthesileia, who falls towards him. Tower of Troy in background.
- Achilles killing Thersites by raising a weapon, in front of a building perhaps representing Penthesileia’s tomb.
- Achilles killing Memnon, with Antilochus’ corpse slumped behind his killer, and behind that the walls of Troy.
- Next, the other side of the city, with its gate open, and Ajax raising a protective shield over a seated Achilles, who holds shield in similar position.
- Then, Odysseus raising his shield to protect Ajax while Achilles is slumped against the body of Ajax, who carries him off.
- Achilles lying with body in the hollow of his shield, over his head a female figure and then another (labeled as Thetis and Muse) and an altar.
- Finally, a seated Ajax holding his head in a presumed posture of despair.