Odysseys and his Faithful Dog Argos Relief Greek Sculpture Wall Decor Plaque

$104,90

In Greek mythology, Argos was Odysseus’ faithful dog. He waited for his master’s return to Ithaca for over a decade while most presumed Odysseus dead. He was the first to recognize the King returning from the Trojan War, even though Odysseus was disguised as a beggar to discover what was going on in his palace during his absence. It was said that as soon as Argos recognized his master, he dropped his ears and did his best to wag his tail. Having fulfilled his destiny of faith by laying his eyes upon his master once more, he released a final whimper and died.

Dimensions (approximately)

Height: 41 cm (16.14 inches)
Width: 36 cm  (14.17 inches)
Depth: 4.2 cm (1.7 inches)

Weight: 3,95 kg (8.70 lbs)

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Odysseys and his Faithful Dog Argos Relief Greek Sculpture Wall Decor Plaque

$104,90