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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