Talthybius Mask

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.

$98.00

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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.