Clytemnestra attempts to awaken the sleeping Furies so that they can resume their pursuit of Orestes, as seen in the opening of Aeschylus& Eumenides. Apulian red-figure bell-krater, name-vase of the Eumenides Painter; Now in the Louvre.
Ottoman dental book showing molars infected with toothworms. As early as Babylonian times and lasting well into the 18 century, it was thought that a toothache was caused by worms. The theory was disproved by Jacob Christian Schaffer in Tooth worms?
<< Upon Agamemnon's return from Troy, he was murdered (according to the oldest surviving account, Odyssey 11.409–11) by Aegisthus, the lover of his wife, Clytemnestra. In old versions of the story, "[t]he scene of the murder, when it is specified, is usually the house of Aegisthus, who has not taken up residence in Agamemnon's palace, and it involves an ambush and the deaths of Agamemnon's followers too". >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agamemnon