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Alexander the Great Kills Clitus, 328BC
16" x 24"
Giclee Print

Following a petty quarrel during a drunken feast at the palace at Maracanda Sogdia Alexander the Great kills his Clitus his foster brother and cavalry commander with a lance The artist here has imaginatively incorperated a column capital topped with a bull an archeaological discovery made by Dieulafoy at Susa now held in the Louvre