Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue

Hector, Trojan Prince Statue

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Dimensions:

Height: 23cm / 9 inches

Width: 28cm / 11 inches

Depth: 12cm / 4.7 inches

Hector, in Greek legend, the eldest son of the Trojan king Priam and his queen Hecuba. He was the husband of Andromache and the chief warrior of the Trojan army. In Homer’s Iliad he is represented as an ideal warrior and the mainstay of Troy.

Hector’s character is drawn in most favorable colours as a good son, a loving husband and father, and a trusty friend. His leave-taking of Andromache in the sixth book of the Iliad, and his departure to meet Achilles for the last time, are movingly described. He is an especial favorite of Apollo, and later poets even described him as son of that god.

During the Trojan War, Hector’s chief exploits were his defense of the wounded Sarpedon, his fight with Ajax, son of Telamon (his particular enemy), and the storming of the Greek ramparts. His demise occurs following a series of events involving Achilles and Patroclus. After quarreling with Agamemnon, Achilles deserts the Greeks, and Hector manages to drive them back to their ships, which he almost succeeds in burning. With the help of Apollo, he also slays Patroclus, who came disguised as Achilles to aid the Greeks. Achilles, distraught and wanting to avenge the death of his friend Patroclus, returns to the war and kills Hector. He drags Hector’s body behind his chariot to the camp and then around the tomb of Patroclus. Aphrodite and Apollo, however, preserve the body from corruption and mutilation. Later, Priam, guarded by Hermes, goes to Achilles and entreats him to give back the body. The Iliad ends with Hector’s funeral, during which his body is buried with great honor. Hector was afterward worshipped in the Troad and also at Tanagra, east of Thebes.

Achilles statue not included, but they look great displayed together!

The master-craftsmanship, hand-painted accents, and antique finishing showcased in this collection of statues boasts remarkable detail from every angle. As with most Cold Cast Bronze Resin* statues, every piece, although delicately designed, feels solid and heavier than expected when held. Each statue comes carefully packaged in a custom sculptured polystyrene inner packing to ensure safe world-wide shipping! 

Whether you are looking for a statement décor piece, expanding a personal altar, or just adding to your collection, look no further! 

*Cold Cast Bronze Resin: A cold cast bronze statue is created during the process of combining real powdered bronze metal with resin. The statue is then cast into a replica mould, and the resulting piece is breathed into life. This meticulous process allows for cold cast bronze statues to flaunt a higher-quality detail than it’s solid bronze counterpart, as well as an exceptional price difference!

 

Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue
Hector, Trojan Prince Statue