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 Offer Homer: The Iliad (unabridged)

Read by Anton Lesser

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The Iliad, Book 1: The Quarrel by the Ships

42:00
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‘Sing, Goddess, sing of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus...’

6:42
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‘Encouraged, the wise prophet then declared:’

7:28
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‘Glittery-eyed Athene then spoke in reply:’

6:39
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‘Thus the pair of them continued arguing.’

7:02
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‘Thetis, shedding tears, answered her son, Achilles:’

6:55
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‘Thetis finished. Cloud gatherer Zeus did not respond.’

7:14
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The Iliad, Book 2: Agamemnon's Dream and The Catalogue of Ships

55:36
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‘Gods and warriors slept through the entire night.’

6:26
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‘So Nestor spoke. Then he began to make his way back...’

6:27
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‘So Athene spoke. Odysseus knew her from her voice...’

6:23
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‘Son of Atreus, now the Achaeans wish to disgrace you...’

5:55
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‘Mighty Agamemnon then answered Nestor:’

6:29
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‘Just as goatherds sort out with ease the wandering beasts...’

5:17
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‘From Salamis Ajax commanded twelve ships.’

1:51
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‘Among these warriors, as they armed themselves...’

5:50
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‘Troops from Phylace, flowering Pyrasus, shrine of Demeter...’

6:52
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‘Men rushed to arm themselves. They opened up the gates.’

4:06
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The Iliad, Book 3: Paris, Menelaus and Helen

29:09
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‘Once troops had formed in ranks under their own leaders...’

7:02
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‘Achaeans and Trojans were elated, full of hope...’

7:01
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‘Priam, the old man, saw a third figure, Ajax, and asked:’

5:15
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‘Hear me, you Trojans, you well-armed Achaeans.’

4:48
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‘Then Aphrodite went to summon Helen.’

5:03
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The Iliad, Book 4: The Armies Clash

34:20
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‘The gods all sat assembled in the golden courtyard...’

6:33
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‘Athena spoke and thus swayed his foolish wits.’

6:27
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‘At Talthybius’ words Machaon’s spirits were stirred up...’

6:48
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‘To these words Geranian horseman Nestor said:’

7:07
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‘As for the Trojans, they were like thousands of ewes...’

1:35
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‘Antilochus was the first to kill a man...’

5:50
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The Iliad, Book 5: Diomedes Goes to Battle

56:40
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‘Then Pallas Athene gave Diomedes, son of Tydeus...’

6:59
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‘But his sharp arrow hadn’t killed Diomedes...’

6:48
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‘Aeneas, leader of the Trojans, then replied:’

6:21
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‘Meanwhile, Sthenelus, son of Capaneus, did not forget...’

6:54
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‘When they spoke, the father of gods and men smiled...’

6:39
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‘Agamemnon spoke, then quickly hurled his spear.’

7:09
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‘Yes, Tlepolemus, Hercules did destroy sacred Ilion...’

6:41
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‘Meanwhile, Aphrodite and Apollo, with his silver bow...’

6:49
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‘Father Zeus, aren’t you incensed at this barbarity?’

2:20
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The Iliad, Book 6: Hector & Andromache

32:57
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‘Now the grim war between Trojans and Achaeans...’

6:34
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‘Hector was convinced by his advice.’

6:57
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‘Diomedes, skilled at war cries, rejoiced.’

3:07
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‘Great Hector of the shining helmet then replied:’

5:53
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‘Great Hector of the shining helmet answered Helen:’

6:19
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‘With these words, glorious Hector stretched his hands out...’

4:07
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The Iliad, Book 7: Hector & Ajax

30:51
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‘After glorious Hector had talked with Paris...’

6:31
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‘Lord Menelaus, have you lost your mind?’

6:48
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‘Even in Hector’s chest the heart beat rapidly.’

6:39
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‘Wide-ruling Agamemnon, heroic son of Atreus...’

6:31
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‘He came, stood in their midst, and delivered his report.’

4:22
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The Iliad, Book 8: The Trojans Have Success

36:26
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‘As Dawn first spread her yellow robe across the earth...

6:35
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‘Diomedes’ words missed godlike, firm Odysseus...’

6:59
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‘Mighty Earthshaker Poseidon, very angry, answered Hera:’

5:43
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‘Mighty son of Atreus, why urge me on?’

5:38
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‘White-armed Hera agreed with her.’

6:37
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‘Now the sun’s bright light sank down into the ocean...’

4:54
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The Iliad, Book 9: Peace Offerings to Achilles

45:46
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‘Meanwhile, as the Trojans maintained their careful watch...’

6:45
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‘Mighty son of Atreus, Agamemnon, king of men...’

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‘With these words, lord Achilles conducted them inside his hut...’

6:59
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then answered Odysseus:’

7:38
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‘Glorious Achilles, if your mind is really set on going back...’

5:47
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‘I recall an old tale from long ago.’

7:17
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

4:36
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The Iliad, Book 10: A Night Raid

35:47
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‘By their ships, Achaea’s most important leaders...’

6:18
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‘Geranian horseman Nestor then said in reply:’

6:54
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‘Then Diomedes, expert in war cries, spoke up:’

7:13
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‘Hector spoke. He’d sworn an empty oath...’

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‘Mighty Diomedes scowled at Dolon and said:’

5:17
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‘When the pair came to where they’d slaughtered Hector’s spy...’

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The Iliad, Book 11: The Achaeans Face Disaster

55:03
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‘As Dawn rose from her bed beside lord Tithonus...’

5:51
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‘The first to kill a man was Agamemnon.’

6:52
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‘Wind-swift Iris obeyed, going down from Ida to sacred Ilion.’

6:34
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‘Who were the first, who were the last men slaughtered...?’

6:43
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‘Famous spearman Odysseus came up and made a stand...’

6:14
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‘Hector did not notice Ajax, for he was fighting...’

6:58
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

6:50
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‘Now, there’s a certain city Thryoessa...’

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‘Later, when we’d had our fill of food and drink...’

4:26
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The Iliad, Book 12: The Fight at the Barricade

27:58
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‘Thus, as Patroclus, Menoetius’ fine son, looked after...’

6:06
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‘Other Trojans and their famous allies followed...’

7:07
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‘Hector with his gleaming helmet scowled and said:’

7:06
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‘Menestheus finished. Thoötes heard him and obeyed.’

7:39
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The Iliad, Book 13: The Trojans Attack the Ships

52:18
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‘Thus Zeus brought Hector and the Trojans to the ships.’

5:52
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‘Shame on you Argives, nothing but young boys!’

7:00
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‘At that point, Poseidon, angry...’

7:08
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‘Like swift Ares, Meriones led the way...’

6:10
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‘Idomeneus did not relent his fighting frenzy.’

6:34
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‘The close fighting over Ascalaphus continued.’

5:53
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‘Peisander doubled up and then collapsed.’

6:41
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‘The arrows drained the Trojans’ fighting spirit.’

7:00
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The Iliad, Book 14: Zeus Deceived

32:17
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‘As Nestor sat drinking wine, listening to the noise of war...’

6:37
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‘Agamemnon, king of men, replied:’

3:10
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‘As this was happening, on a peak of mount Olympus...’

6:52
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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then answered him:’

5:29
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‘Sweet Sleep rushed to the Achaean ships, to inform Poseidon...’

7:01
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‘Ajax shouted this, knowing very well the man he’d killed.’

3:08
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The Iliad, Book 15: The Battle at the Ships

44:58
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‘Trojans, in full retreat, passed the wall and ditch...’

7:00
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‘Striking his sturdy thighs with the flat of his hands...’

6:43
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‘Cloud-gatherer Zeus then spoke to Apollo:’

6:01
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‘But when Apollo stared directly at the swift Danaans...’

6:36
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‘Hector threw his bright spear at Ajax, but missed.’

5:41
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‘Apollo would not let Panthoös’ son be killed...’

6:44
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‘But Hector killed only one man – Periphetes of Mycenae...’

6:13
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The Iliad, Book 16: Patroclus Fights & Dies

54:10
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‘While the men kept on fighting at the well-decked ships...’

6:02
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‘As these two were talking on like this together...’

4:09
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‘Achilles had brought fifty ships to Troy...’

5:33
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‘The armed warriors who went with brave Patroclus...’

5:24
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‘Idomeneus’ pitiless bronze then struck Erymas...’

6:09
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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then replied to Zeus:’

6:26
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‘Glaucus finished. Trojans were completely overwhelmed...’

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‘As Zeus pondered, he thought the best plan would be...’

6:27
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‘This said, Patroclus rushed at warrior Cebriones...’

7:30
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The Iliad, Book 17: The Fight Over Patroclus

46:20
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‘In that battle, warlike Menelaus, son of Atreus...’

6:53
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‘As Menelaus thought these matters over in his mind and heart...’

6:14
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‘The son of Cronos spoke, then nodded his dark brow.’

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‘Right then war-loving Achaeans would have driven...’

6:22
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‘Men talked like this to strengthen their companions.’

5:10
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‘Saying this, Automedon hefted his long-shadowed spear...’

2:26
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‘Menelaus, expert in war shouts, answered her:’

8:13
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‘Menelaus finished speaking.’

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The Iliad, Book 18: The Arms of Achilles

38:08
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‘As the men fought on like a blazing fire raging...’

6:01
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‘Through her tears, Thetis then answered Achilles:’

6:18
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‘With these words, swift-footed Iris went away.’

6:28
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‘Hector spoke. The Trojans roared out in response.’

6:25
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‘Huge god Hephaestus got up from the anvil block...’

5:18
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‘Then the people gathered in the assembly...’

7:38
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The Iliad, Book 19: Achilles & Agamemnon

27:17
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‘When Dawn in her yellow robe rose from Ocean’s stream...’

5:23
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‘My friends, Danaan warriors, companions of the war god Ares...’

6:34
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‘Agamemnon, king of men, answered Odysseus:’

5:41
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‘Saying this, Achilles quickly ended the assembly.’

5:03
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‘Achaeans then came swarming out from their fast ships.’

4:36
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The Iliad, Book 20: Achilles Returns to Battle

31:58
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‘Then, son of Peleus, Achaeans armed themselves...’

6:37
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‘Apollo, son of Zeus, then said to Aeneas:’

6:07
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‘Aeneas then said in response:’

6:32
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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then said to Poseidon:’

6:46
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‘When Hector saw his brother Polydorus there...’

5:56
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The Iliad, Book 21: Achilles Fights the River

38:31
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‘When the Trojans reached the ford across the Xanthus...’

7:14
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‘Achilles finished. Then Lycaon’s knees gave way...’

5:21
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‘Saying this, he pulled his bronze spear from the river bank.’

6:04
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‘With these words, the two gods went away.’

4:57
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‘White-armed goddess Hera, as soon as she’d heard this...’

6:58
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‘With these words, Hera caught both arms of Artemis...’

3:29
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‘Still in a rage, Achilles chased them with his spear...’

4:28
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The Iliad, Book 22: The Death of Hector

36:43
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‘At this point, the Trojans, having fled like deer...’

5:10
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‘As the old man spoke, his hands tugged his grey hair...’

3:36
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‘That’s what Hector thought as he stood there waiting.’

7:10
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‘Then Hector of the shining helmet answered her:’

5:26
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‘Hector finished speaking. He pulled out his sharp sword...’

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‘Achilles finished. Then on noble Hector’s corpse...’

5:56
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‘When she recovered and her spirit had returned to her...’

3:16
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The Iliad, Book 23: The Funeral Games for Patroclus

58:11
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‘Meanwhile, as Trojans were lamenting in the city...’

6:46
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

6:46
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‘After saying this, Iris left.’

6:39
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‘Antilochus, you may still be quite young...’

6:20
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‘Behind him came Atreus’ son, fair-haired Menelaus.’

5:44
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‘As Achilles spoke, Tydeus’ son came charging in...’

7:02
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‘Saying this, Menelaus gave the mare to Noëmon...’

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‘For the Danaans, Peleus’ son then set out a display...

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‘Antilochus finished speaking.’

4:20
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‘Achilles finished speaking.’

2:32
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The Iliad, Book 24: Achilles & Priam

56:22
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‘Once the funeral gathering broke up, the men dispersed...

5:55
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‘Silver-footed Thetis then said in reply:’

6:58
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‘My lady, a messenger has come to me from Zeus...’

4:49
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‘Priam finished.’

5:17
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‘Hermes the Guide, killer of Argus, hearing Zeus...’

6:58
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‘With these words, Hermes jumped up in the chariot...’

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‘Priam finished. His words roused in Achilles a desire...’

6:38
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‘Godlike Achilles spoke, then went back once more...’

6:23
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‘Hermes spoke. At his words, the old man grew afraid.’

8:32
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The Iliad, Book 1: The Quarrel by the Ships

42:00
$11.25

‘Sing, Goddess, sing of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus...’

6:42
$1.25

‘Encouraged, the wise prophet then declared:’

7:28
$2.50

‘Glittery-eyed Athene then spoke in reply:’

6:39
$1.25

‘Thus the pair of them continued arguing.’

7:02
$2.50

‘Thetis, shedding tears, answered her son, Achilles:’

6:55
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‘Thetis finished. Cloud gatherer Zeus did not respond.’

7:14
$2.50

The Iliad, Book 2: Agamemnon's Dream and The Catalogue of Ships

55:36
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‘Gods and warriors slept through the entire night.’

6:26
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‘So Nestor spoke. Then he began to make his way back...’

6:27
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‘So Athene spoke. Odysseus knew her from her voice...’

6:23
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‘Son of Atreus, now the Achaeans wish to disgrace you...’

5:55
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‘Mighty Agamemnon then answered Nestor:’

6:29
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‘Just as goatherds sort out with ease the wandering beasts...’

5:17
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‘From Salamis Ajax commanded twelve ships.’

1:51
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‘Among these warriors, as they armed themselves...’

5:50
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‘Troops from Phylace, flowering Pyrasus, shrine of Demeter...’

6:52
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‘Men rushed to arm themselves. They opened up the gates.’

4:06
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The Iliad, Book 3: Paris, Menelaus and Helen

29:09
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‘Once troops had formed in ranks under their own leaders...’

7:02
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‘Achaeans and Trojans were elated, full of hope...’

7:01
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‘Priam, the old man, saw a third figure, Ajax, and asked:’

5:15
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‘Hear me, you Trojans, you well-armed Achaeans.’

4:48
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‘Then Aphrodite went to summon Helen.’

5:03
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The Iliad, Book 4: The Armies Clash

34:20
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‘The gods all sat assembled in the golden courtyard...’

6:33
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‘Athena spoke and thus swayed his foolish wits.’

6:27
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‘At Talthybius’ words Machaon’s spirits were stirred up...’

6:48
$1.25

‘To these words Geranian horseman Nestor said:’

7:07
$2.50

‘As for the Trojans, they were like thousands of ewes...’

1:35
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‘Antilochus was the first to kill a man...’

5:50
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The Iliad, Book 5: Diomedes Goes to Battle

56:40
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‘Then Pallas Athene gave Diomedes, son of Tydeus...’

6:59
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‘But his sharp arrow hadn’t killed Diomedes...’

6:48
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‘Aeneas, leader of the Trojans, then replied:’

6:21
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‘Meanwhile, Sthenelus, son of Capaneus, did not forget...’

6:54
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‘When they spoke, the father of gods and men smiled...’

6:39
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‘Agamemnon spoke, then quickly hurled his spear.’

7:09
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‘Yes, Tlepolemus, Hercules did destroy sacred Ilion...’

6:41
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‘Meanwhile, Aphrodite and Apollo, with his silver bow...’

6:49
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‘Father Zeus, aren’t you incensed at this barbarity?’

2:20
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The Iliad, Book 6: Hector & Andromache

32:57
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‘Now the grim war between Trojans and Achaeans...’

6:34
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‘Hector was convinced by his advice.’

6:57
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‘Diomedes, skilled at war cries, rejoiced.’

3:07
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‘Great Hector of the shining helmet then replied:’

5:53
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‘Great Hector of the shining helmet answered Helen:’

6:19
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‘With these words, glorious Hector stretched his hands out...’

4:07
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The Iliad, Book 7: Hector & Ajax

30:51
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‘After glorious Hector had talked with Paris...’

6:31
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‘Lord Menelaus, have you lost your mind?’

6:48
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‘Even in Hector’s chest the heart beat rapidly.’

6:39
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‘Wide-ruling Agamemnon, heroic son of Atreus...’

6:31
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‘He came, stood in their midst, and delivered his report.’

4:22
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The Iliad, Book 8: The Trojans Have Success

36:26
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‘As Dawn first spread her yellow robe across the earth...

6:35
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‘Diomedes’ words missed godlike, firm Odysseus...’

6:59
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‘Mighty Earthshaker Poseidon, very angry, answered Hera:’

5:43
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‘Mighty son of Atreus, why urge me on?’

5:38
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‘White-armed Hera agreed with her.’

6:37
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‘Now the sun’s bright light sank down into the ocean...’

4:54
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The Iliad, Book 9: Peace Offerings to Achilles

45:46
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‘Meanwhile, as the Trojans maintained their careful watch...’

6:45
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‘Mighty son of Atreus, Agamemnon, king of men...’

6:44
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‘With these words, lord Achilles conducted them inside his hut...’

6:59
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then answered Odysseus:’

7:38
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‘Glorious Achilles, if your mind is really set on going back...’

5:47
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‘I recall an old tale from long ago.’

7:17
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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

4:36
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The Iliad, Book 10: A Night Raid

35:47
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‘By their ships, Achaea’s most important leaders...’

6:18
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‘Geranian horseman Nestor then said in reply:’

6:54
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‘Then Diomedes, expert in war cries, spoke up:’

7:13
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‘Hector spoke. He’d sworn an empty oath...’

6:49
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‘Mighty Diomedes scowled at Dolon and said:’

5:17
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‘When the pair came to where they’d slaughtered Hector’s spy...’

3:16
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The Iliad, Book 11: The Achaeans Face Disaster

55:03
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‘As Dawn rose from her bed beside lord Tithonus...’

5:51
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‘The first to kill a man was Agamemnon.’

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‘Wind-swift Iris obeyed, going down from Ida to sacred Ilion.’

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‘Who were the first, who were the last men slaughtered...?’

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‘Famous spearman Odysseus came up and made a stand...’

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‘Hector did not notice Ajax, for he was fighting...’

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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

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The Iliad, Book 12: The Fight at the Barricade

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‘Other Trojans and their famous allies followed...’

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‘Hector with his gleaming helmet scowled and said:’

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‘Menestheus finished. Thoötes heard him and obeyed.’

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The Iliad, Book 13: The Trojans Attack the Ships

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‘Thus Zeus brought Hector and the Trojans to the ships.’

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‘Shame on you Argives, nothing but young boys!’

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‘Like swift Ares, Meriones led the way...’

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‘Idomeneus did not relent his fighting frenzy.’

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‘The close fighting over Ascalaphus continued.’

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‘Peisander doubled up and then collapsed.’

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‘The arrows drained the Trojans’ fighting spirit.’

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The Iliad, Book 14: Zeus Deceived

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‘Agamemnon, king of men, replied:’

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‘As this was happening, on a peak of mount Olympus...’

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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then answered him:’

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‘Sweet Sleep rushed to the Achaean ships, to inform Poseidon...’

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‘Ajax shouted this, knowing very well the man he’d killed.’

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The Iliad, Book 15: The Battle at the Ships

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‘Trojans, in full retreat, passed the wall and ditch...’

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‘Striking his sturdy thighs with the flat of his hands...’

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‘Cloud-gatherer Zeus then spoke to Apollo:’

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‘But when Apollo stared directly at the swift Danaans...’

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‘Hector threw his bright spear at Ajax, but missed.’

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‘Apollo would not let Panthoös’ son be killed...’

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‘But Hector killed only one man – Periphetes of Mycenae...’

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The Iliad, Book 16: Patroclus Fights & Dies

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‘While the men kept on fighting at the well-decked ships...’

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‘Achilles had brought fifty ships to Troy...’

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‘The armed warriors who went with brave Patroclus...’

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‘Idomeneus’ pitiless bronze then struck Erymas...’

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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then replied to Zeus:’

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‘Glaucus finished. Trojans were completely overwhelmed...’

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‘As Zeus pondered, he thought the best plan would be...’

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‘This said, Patroclus rushed at warrior Cebriones...’

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The Iliad, Book 17: The Fight Over Patroclus

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‘In that battle, warlike Menelaus, son of Atreus...’

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‘As Menelaus thought these matters over in his mind and heart...’

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‘The son of Cronos spoke, then nodded his dark brow.’

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‘Right then war-loving Achaeans would have driven...’

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‘Men talked like this to strengthen their companions.’

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‘Saying this, Automedon hefted his long-shadowed spear...’

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‘Menelaus, expert in war shouts, answered her:’

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‘Menelaus finished speaking.’

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The Iliad, Book 18: The Arms of Achilles

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‘As the men fought on like a blazing fire raging...’

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‘Through her tears, Thetis then answered Achilles:’

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‘With these words, swift-footed Iris went away.’

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‘Hector spoke. The Trojans roared out in response.’

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‘Huge god Hephaestus got up from the anvil block...’

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‘Then the people gathered in the assembly...’

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The Iliad, Book 19: Achilles & Agamemnon

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‘When Dawn in her yellow robe rose from Ocean’s stream...’

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‘My friends, Danaan warriors, companions of the war god Ares...’

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‘Agamemnon, king of men, answered Odysseus:’

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‘Saying this, Achilles quickly ended the assembly.’

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‘Achaeans then came swarming out from their fast ships.’

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The Iliad, Book 20: Achilles Returns to Battle

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‘Then, son of Peleus, Achaeans armed themselves...’

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‘Apollo, son of Zeus, then said to Aeneas:’

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‘Aeneas then said in response:’

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‘Ox-eyed queen Hera then said to Poseidon:’

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‘When Hector saw his brother Polydorus there...’

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The Iliad, Book 21: Achilles Fights the River

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‘When the Trojans reached the ford across the Xanthus...’

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‘Achilles finished. Then Lycaon’s knees gave way...’

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‘Saying this, he pulled his bronze spear from the river bank.’

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‘With these words, the two gods went away.’

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‘White-armed goddess Hera, as soon as she’d heard this...’

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‘With these words, Hera caught both arms of Artemis...’

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‘Still in a rage, Achilles chased them with his spear...’

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The Iliad, Book 22: The Death of Hector

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‘At this point, the Trojans, having fled like deer...’

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‘As the old man spoke, his hands tugged his grey hair...’

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‘That’s what Hector thought as he stood there waiting.’

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‘Then Hector of the shining helmet answered her:’

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‘Hector finished speaking. He pulled out his sharp sword...’

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‘Achilles finished. Then on noble Hector’s corpse...’

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‘When she recovered and her spirit had returned to her...’

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The Iliad, Book 23: The Funeral Games for Patroclus

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‘Meanwhile, as Trojans were lamenting in the city...’

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‘Swift-footed Achilles then said in reply:’

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‘After saying this, Iris left.’

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‘Antilochus, you may still be quite young...’

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‘Behind him came Atreus’ son, fair-haired Menelaus.’

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‘As Achilles spoke, Tydeus’ son came charging in...’

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‘Saying this, Menelaus gave the mare to Noëmon...’

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‘For the Danaans, Peleus’ son then set out a display...

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‘Antilochus finished speaking.’

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‘Achilles finished speaking.’

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The Iliad, Book 24: Achilles & Priam

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