In Greek mythology, Diomedes, a brave and skilled warrior of the Trojan War, is often depicted in front of the Palladion, a sacred statue of Athena. This moment signifies a crucial point in the war, as the Palladion held immense importance to the fate of Troy; it was believed that as long as the statue remained within the city, Troy could not fall. Diomedes' presence in front of the Palladion represents not only his daring and martial prowess but also highlights the intricate interplay of divine favor and human ambition in ancient Greek tales. The image of Diomedes before the Palladion encapsulates a moment where mythology, warfare, and the divine intersect, symbolizing the pivotal roles of both gods and heroes in the epic narrative of the Trojan War.
Approx. Dimensions : 17mm x 15mm
Approx. Weight: 6g
Each Olithica pendant is handcrafted in our Los Angeles studio. We use exclusively 925 sterling silver and fused 24K gold for all our pieces.