Seven tripods hauled from the tents, as promised,
twenty burnished cauldrons, a dozen massive stallions.
They quickly brought out women, flawless, skilled in crafts,
seven, and Briseis in all her beauty made the eighth.
Then Odysseus weighed out ten full bars of gold.

– Homer

The Iliad, Book 19, lines 287-291. Agamemnon tries to make amends for taking Briseis from Achilles. Here she is used like a pawn between the two men, being measured in gifts of cauldrons, stallions, women and gold to assuage Achilles. Odysseus weighs out ten gold bars in payment to Achilles from Agamemnon.