Trojan “war” invasion

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Pictures 20 and 21 of the Ambrosian Iliad, Battle scenes from Iliad Book 5. According to Richard Brilliant, “Mythology,” in Kurt Weismann, ed., Age of Spirituality: Late Antique and Early Christian Art, Third to Seventh Century: Catalogue of the Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, November 19, 1977 Through February 12, 1978, New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1979, p. 216, the lower scene features a wounded Sarpedon resting under an oak tree, as in Iliad 5.684-698. Above this battle scene hover Athena, Zeus, and Hera. The main character in the upper scene is identified as Menelaus from Iliad 5.562-3. C. P. Bare, Achilles and the Roman Aristocrat: The Ambrosian Iliad as a Social Statement in the Late Antique Period, Dissertation, Florida State University, 2009, p. 194 [1] suggests that picture 20 may have Ajax drawing the spear from the body of Amphius and Menesthes and Anchialus killed by Hector, while picture 21 may have Tleopolemus killed by Sarpedon, Odysseus raging against the Lycians, and Sarpedon placed under a tree/Ambrosian Iliad (Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Cod. F. 205 Inf.) Picture XX and XXI/AuthorUnknownwikidata:Q4233718/This is a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art. The work of art itself is in the public domain for the following reason: This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less./Dialog-warning.svgYou must also include a United States public domain tag to indicate why this work is in the public domain in the United States. Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Mexico has 100 years, Jamaica has 95 years, Colombia has 80 years, and Guatemala and Samoa have 75 years. This image may not be in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do notimplement the rule of the shorter term. Côte d’Ivoire has a general copyright term of 99 years and Honduras has 75 years, but they do implement the rule of the shorter term. Copyright may extend on works created by French who died for France in World War II (more information), Russians who served in the Eastern Front of World War II (known as the Great Patriotic War in Russia) and posthumouslyrehabilitated victims of Soviet repressions (more information). This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights./The official position taken by the Wikimedia Foundation is that “faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain works of art are public domain“.   This photographic reproduction is therefore also considered to be in the public domain in the United States. In other jurisdictions, re-use of this content may be restricted; see Reuse of PD-Art photographs for details.
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Iliad VIII 245-253 in codex F205 (Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana), late 5th or early 6th c. AD Taken from http://www.lgpn.ox.ac.uk/image_archive/mss/mss2.html/This file is lacking author information./This is a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art.
(this one doesn’t work for any apparent reason:) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_story_of_the_Iliad_(1911)_(14596349388).jpg
 — this is under Wikipedia for “Explosive cyclogenesis” when I try to look up the new to me term of bombogenesis that described this spate of Arctic weather the past weekend: In the 1940s and 1950s, meteorologists at the Bergen School of Meteorology began informally calling some storms that grew over the sea “bombs” because they developed with a great ferocity rarely seen over land.[5]

By the 1970s, the terms “explosive cyclogenesis” and even “meteorological bombs” were being used by MIT professor Fred Sanders (building on work from the 1950s by Tor Bergeron), who brought the term into common usage in a 1980 article in the Monthly Weather Review.[5][10] In 1980, Sanders and his colleague John Gyakum defined a “bomb” as an extratropical cyclone that deepens by at least (24 sin φ/ sin 60°)mb in 24 hours, where φ represents latitude in degrees. This is based on the definition, standardised by Bergeron, for explosive development of a cyclone at 60°N as deepening by 24mb in 24 hours.[14] Sanders and Gyakum noted that an equivalent intensification is dependent on latitude: at the poles this would be a drop in pressure of 28 mb/24 hours, while at 25 degrees latitude it would be only 12 mb/24 hours. All these rates qualify for what Sanders and Gyakum called “1 bergeron”.[10][12]

“The boys,” to be polite for this invisible torture “Armageddon Show/Program” all over me for 25 years now, are overexcited about the Trojan subject and I might not be surviving this intact, they’re just nonstop cannibalizing my head/brain and face and there isn’t any good outlook. All they like to hear about is themselves, forcing this complaint-writing because it’s really resulting in the end of the planet because they have this brain damage and it’s just a downhill course, that I’m trying to function through that.

  In looking for an illustration of the Briseis character from the Trojan “war” account by Homer I came across a Marvel Comics/Entertainment graphic novel, — I was looking for a graphic novel on Moby Dick that pops up on the library catalog if you look up Herman Melville and when I finally tracked it down because I didn’t know the difference that there are adult and there are young adult graphic novel sections and Moby Dick is in the Young Adult section and someone finally found a copy of it for me so I went to another library branches copy of it and next to that is a copy of the Iliad by the same cartoon-story writer-author, Roy Thomas and I looked into that for an illustration of the enslaved girl Briseis that it seems my torture is largely descended from her sistuation as the Trojan “war” is based on real life and then I’ve been in this situation and noticed the resemblance and am trying to get out of this Armageddon thing so now I’m saddled with the invisible-torture’s going like “apes***” more than I can really function through much longer, it’s just hideous but they’ve been doing this to me for 25 years of this “Armageddon Show/Program” now that it isn’t too different from the same everyday situation except that it’s real vicious and as usual I don’t ever know what more they might pull next out of the blue onto me, I have to try to survive this for many reasons, mostly because, like the Trojan “war” this really is real life. Therefore, I’m pushed to try to do something about explaining this through those nifty cartoons of Mr. Thomas’ and I think they put someone that looks like the famous Mr. Stan Lee of Marvel across from me here at the library right now, for an example of the nonstop barrage-inundation of tricks onto every nanosecond of my real life out here. Mr. Lee maybe looks like the famous Dr. Sidney Gottlieb’s type too by the way. I’m trying in all this to make the point that the “Armageddon” book of Revelation author and the Patroclus character from the Iliad are the same “Autism-” I’m saying that the TPE and doing so off of me is coming from, that the Iliad and the Revelation are the same modus operandi group of the underworld “bums” that are all over me, that this is all the same and interconnected because the Patroclus type has the Autism that wrote the Revelation.
File:Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo - The Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy - WGA22382.jpgGiovanni Domenico Tiepolo  (1727–1804) Link back to Creator infobox templatewikidata: Q435316, The Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy, 1773, oil on canvas, National Gallery, London, Inscription: PALADI VOTUM (horse, right) (it says that on the horse’s right side,) Source: Web Gallery of Art:  Inkscape.svgImageInformation icon.svgInfo
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