Heracles (on the left) about to kill Laomedon, king of Troy (on the right). Behind Heracles stands Hesione, raising her right hand to her chin in sign of melancholy. Side A from a terra sigillata flask by the workkshop of Felix (Southern Gaul), late 1st to early 2nd century AD. From the necropolis of Lugone in Salò. Stored in the Museo Civico Archeologico della Valle Sabbia in Gavardo (Brescia).
Source : Jastrow (2006)