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Achilles kills Hektor, and then triumphantly drags his dead body on the back of his chariot around the town.
At first, Achilles refused to respect Hektor's dying wish and turn his body over to his family for a proper burial. However, eventually, he gave in and gave the body to Hektor's brother.
Homer's Iliad provides us with supposed knowledge of the Trojan War, significant events, places, people and the ways of life, including religion and simple day-to-day lifestyle. While Homer's stories are yet to be proven, they do give us a great insight on a possible outcome of the Trojan War.
1. The hand-out from class 2. http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greece/iliad.php
Olivia Causer 8A5
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