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"Asimo", the sword of Odysseus Androutsos

unknown artist1770/1825

Benaki Museum of Greek Civilization

Benaki Museum of Greek Civilization
Athens, Greece

"Asimo", the sword of Odysseus Androutsos (1788/89-1825), who was declared commander-in-chief of the eastern mainland of Greece after his legendary feat at Gravia. Later denounced by his rivals, he was assassinated on the Acropolis of Athens in June, 1825. L. 0.98 m. (ΓΕ 5691)

Details

  • Title: "Asimo", the sword of Odysseus Androutsos
  • Creator: unknown artist
  • Date Created: 1770/1825
  • length: 98
  • Physical Dimensions: w115 cm (complete)
  • More Info: Benaki Museum - Benaki Museum
  • Type: weapon
  • Rights: Benaki Museum
  • External Link: Benaki Museum

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