The Chariot Race (Book 24)
Updated: 4/20/2020
The Chariot Race (Book 24)
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  • if you could overtake them at the turning-post, no one could catch you up or pass you with a sudden burst
  • Eumelus, Diomedes, Menelaus, Antilochus and Meriones step forward to compete in the chariot race.
  • Antilochus, you're the most appalling driver in the world! Go to hell! We Greeks were mistaken to think you had any sense.
  • Nestor gives Antilochus advice on how to win.
  • 1st
  • 2nd
  • 3rd
  • 4th
  • 5th
  • They set off and 'every man's heart was pounding with desire for victory'.
  • I cannot be angry with you now. You have never been impulsive or foolish before.
  • Antilochus overtakes Menelaus when the path narrows
  • The Race ends, with Diomedes 1st, Antilochus 2nd, Menelaus 3rd, Meriones 4th, and Eumelus 5th.
  • The Prize Giving Ceremony - Antilochus offers his prize to Menelaus
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