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Here lies Achilles, the greatest of all Greek warriors, the hero of the Trojan War and the center of Homer’s Iliad, seemingly clutching an arrow lodged in his heel while looking to the heavens for help from the Gods of Mount Olympus.
Dipped in the River Styx as an infant by his mother, Thetis, a sea nymph, Achilles was conferred invulnerability, and went on to win numerous battles against the Trojans. However, Achilles possessed a weakness - his heel, where Thetis’ hand had kept the waters of the Styx from touching his skin. His weakness became his demise when Apollo, the god of truth, guided a flying poisoned arrow to his heel, where Achilles ultimately succumbed to the poison.
The statue, which sits upon a slab of black ice marble, measures roughly 18cm long, 8cm wide and 16cm tall. All 341 photos used in building this model with Agisoft Metashape Professional were taken using an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Camera. Adobe Photoshop was used in post processing for quality enhancement of the overall model.
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