From the 14th Century I'm going further back to a time unknown anywhere from 12th to 7th century BC to a work that lies at the heart of western literature.
The other stamp is when Odysseus arrives home to Ithica and wreaks revenge on Penelope's suitors. The scene shows the archery competition when only he is strong enough to string the bow and shoot it through a dozen axe heads.
|1966: National Scientific Institutes|
An entry to Viridian Postcard's Sunday Stamps theme of "Music, Literature or Books"