Odysseus and his men blinding the cyclop Polyphemus

Odysseus and his men blinding the cyclop Polyphemus (detail of a proto-attic amphora, c. 650 BC, museum of Eleusis)

Since Polyphemus face is shown from one side we cannot say ih he has two eyes. He was shown early often with 2 eyes.


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