Greek Mythology Trojan War

Greek Mythology Trojan War
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  • On came Achilles, glorious as the sun when he rises. Beside him was Athena, but Hector was alone.
  • If I kill you I will give your body to your friends, and do you do the same to me
  • Madman. There are no covenants between sheep and wolves, nor between you and me.
  • Hector struck with true aim; the spear hit the center of Achilles' shield. But to what good?
  • Hector drew his sword, his only weapon now, and rushed upon his enemy.
  • Give back my body to my father and my mother.
  • No prayers from you to me, you dog.
  • Hector's soul flew forth from his body and was gone to Hades, bewailing his fate, leaving vigor and youth behind.
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