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Talthybius

$98.00

The Greek Theater Mask of Talthybius in the play Hecuba is described as follows:

A much more sympathetic representative of the Greeks, the herald Talthybius wonders at Queen Hecuba’s fall into misfortune before giving the long “messenger-speech” relating Polyxena’s noble behavior leading up to the Greeks’ ritual killing of her.

Images: Sadness, but he is also considered a soldier, the “messenger”.

A combination of sadness and awe – genuinely cares about the outcome of Hecuba and the women.

This Greek Theatre Mask is made of neoprene and has an adjustable strap.

Description

The Greek Theater Mask of Talthybius in the play Hecuba is described as follows:

A much more sympathetic representative of the Greeks, the herald Talthybius wonders at Queen Hecuba’s fall into misfortune before giving the long “messenger-speech” relating Polyxena’s noble behavior leading up to the Greeks’ ritual killing of her.

Images: Sadness, but he is also considered a soldier, the “messenger”.

A combination of sadness and awe – genuinely cares about the outcome of Hecuba and the women.

This Greek Theatre Mask is made of neoprene and has an adjustable strap.

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