Detail from the regular Greek pottery’s “Ransom of Hector” from Homer’s account, but also I just read about this Toledo Museum of Art’s Toledo Amphora I think it’s called: artsbeat . blogs . nytimes . com/2009/10/16/the-ransom-of-hector/ = is focused on the central character of Priam as (fuzzily) depicted in this depiction, but also in the Toledo amphora, at the bottom and between both of their legs it looks offhand like Hector’s being eaten by an animal. I don’t know where they got that from but will try to check on it.
Graham, J. Walter. “The Ransom of Hector on a New Melian Relief.” American Journal of Archaeology, vol. 62, no. 3, 1958, pp. 313–319. JSTOR, www . jstor . org/stable/501960. = I don’t know about this business here, didn’t read it at all, and the face of Priam reminds me of yesterday’s research-survey on the Burgundian Chancellor Rolin who so far seems like possibly the worst of them all possibly.
Oxford University Press page: oup-arc . com/access/content/morford-11e-student-resources/image-priam-and-achilles