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- Achaeans: One of the three major names used to refer to the Greeks in the Iliad.
- Achaeans is the name of the tribe that, reinforced by the Aeolians, first dominated Greek territories, centred around its capital in Mycenae.
- Achaeans is the name of the tribe that, reinforced by the Aeolians, first dominated Greek territories, centering itself around its capital in Mycenae.
- Achaeans are in subjection.
- The Achaeans are pleased with Nestor's plan.
- ATHENA Yea, and the Achaeans did naught, said naught to him.
- From this a quarrel arises among the Achaeans about Thersites' murder.
- Thus spoke the son of Atreus, and the Achaeans shouted in applause.
- Lo, all this the Achaeans hinder, but the wooers most of all in their evil insolence.
- And as they say, no one among the Achaeans was able to wield that heavy and huge spear.
- As for the son of Tydeus, you could not say whether he was more among the Achaeans or the Trojans.
- For many Trojans and Achaeans on that day lay stretched side by side face downwards upon the earth.
- Against the will of Zeus, who has been beguiled by Hera, Poseidon helps the Achaeans to drive the Trojans back.
- Marpessa 1 is mother of Cleopatra 4, mother of Polydora 3, the wife of Protesilaus, the first of the Achaeans to die in the Trojan War [Plu.PS.40].
- Patroklus arrives on the scene with the news that the Achaeans have routed the Tenedans, but Achilles is inconsolable.
- When, in expiation, the Achaeans offered a sacrifice to Achilles, a snake came out from the altar and bit Philoctetes.
- In Homer 's Iliad Diomedes is regarded alongside Ajax as the second-best warriors of all the Achaeans.
- Aias < Ajax 1 then becomes mad and destroys the herd of the Achaeans and kills himself.
- Diaphorus was a judge who sailed to Troy with the Achaeans [Hyg.Fab.97].
- The shripwreck suffered by the Achaeans in this place is generally attributed to the vindictive Nauplius 1, father of Palamedes (Hyg.
- Even the division of the spoil is not made in the Iliad by Agamemnon, but by " the Achaeans " ( Il.
- Ucalegon. One of the Elders of Troy, whose house was set on fire by the Achaeans when they sacked the city [Hom.Il.3.147; Vir.Aen.2.311].
- The Achaeans then conduct funeral games for Patroclus.
- To be a therapon may be fatal, as Nagy has shown regarding Patroclus: G. Nagy, The Best of the Achaeans (Baltimore, 1979), p.
- Sinon. See also ACHAEANS, and Dares' account of the destruction of Troy.
- Helenus 1 is the seer who was forced to tell the Achaeans how Troy could be taken.
- Arizelus. Father by Amphinome 3 of Harpalion 3, one of the ACHAEANS who fought against Troy [QS.10.75].
- ACHAEANS. Those who are reported to have fought against Troy [see also ACHAEAN LEADERS ].
- The Achaeans received an oracle telling that Troy could not be taken without the leadership of Telephus, son of Heracles 1.
- At another place on the battlefield, Paris has just wounded Machaon, the physician to the Achaeans, whom Nestor takes away from the fighting.
- The sons of the Achaeans shouted applause at the words of Diomed, and presently Nestor rose to speak.
- In order to get them the Achaeans captured the Trojan seer Helenus 1 and forced him to speak out.
- They found the colony led by Helenus and Deiphobus even investigated the horse; in the Homeric Greeks (Achaeans).
- Nestor and the rest of the Achaeans endorse Diomedes' speech.
- At the sight of Ares, Diomedes urges the Achaeans to retreat, keeping their face to the enemy.
- When Diomedes brings news that the Trojans are gathering their own allies in preparation for battle, Agamemnon resummons the Achaeans to Aulis.
- Agamemnon rallies the Achaeans just as the Trojans prepare to set the ships on fire.
- Therefore the Achaeans suffered heavy losses, and the Trojans were able to threaten the Achaean ships.
- Priam scolds Paris for attempting a raid on the Achaeans, then sends spies to the Achaean camp on Tenedos.
- In the Iliad, the Achaeans set up their camp near the mouth of the river Scamander (modern Karamenderes), where they had beached their ships.
- Finally the two Ajaxes fight off Hector and Aeneas as the Achaeans carry it off.
- Hector manages to strip the armor from the body of Patroclus, and then a long fight ensues between the Trojans and Achaeans over the corpse.
- He bids the Trojans and Achaeans lay their armor upon the ground, while he and Menelaos fight in the midst of you for Helen and all her wealth.
- Menelaus agrees and suggests that a black lamb and a white lamb be sacrificed to seal the truce between the Trojans and Achaeans.
- This is the man who, induced by Athena, broke the truce between Trojans and Achaeans by shooting an arrow at Menelaus.
- Little Astyanax 2 was thrown from the battlements at Troy by the Achaeans [Apd.
- It is on account of this, they assert, that Polyxena 1 was, after the sack of Troy, slaughtered on the grave of Achilles by the Achaeans.
- For, according to this account, little Astyanax 2 was not murdered by the Achaeans during the sack of Troy, but taken prisoner by Neoptolemus.
- Priam dispatches the priest Kalchas to learn the Achaeans' intentions.
- The news of her father Kalchas's defection to the Achaeans has spread through Troy, and a group of Trojans is harrassing Cressida.
- Agamemnon agrees to produce Achilles in exchange for Telephus guiding the Achaeans to Troy and he sends Odysseus and Nestor to Phthia for Achilles.
- He asks his mother, Thetis, to intercede with Zeus, who agrees to give the Trojans success in the absence of Achilles, the best warrior of the Achaeans.
- One of the Akhaians (Achaeans) killed by Hektor (Hector) at the siege of the city of Troy.
- Hektor, full of happiness, begs to have the feast after the embassy, certain that peace with the Achaeans can be reached.
- Homer calls the Greeks Achaeans and Danaans in preference to Hellenes or Greeks.
- Achaeans, Argives, and Danaans are names used interchangeably by Homer, to signify the Greek allied forces.
- Od. The whole host of the Achaeans,—and I for one.
- Thou must sail to Troy, to the Achaeans and the host of the Atreidae.
- And the heralds called the gathering, and the Achaeans were assembled quickly.
- He brought Briseis from the tent and gave her over to the heralds, who took her with them to the ships of the Achaeans-and the woman was loath to go.
- Achaeus 1, from whom the Achaeans derive their name, was son of Xuthus 1 and Creusa 1 [see Achaea].
- Achaeus 2, son of Poseidon & Larisa 1 is also regarded as eponym of the Achaeans [DH.1.17.3].
- The eponym of the Achaeans, Achaeus 1, is otherwise known as son of Xuthus 1 & Creusa 1 [Apd.1.7.3; Pau.7.1.6; Strab.8.7.1].
- Polyxena 1 was slaughtered on the grave of Achilles by the Achaeans and buried in the house of Antenor 1.
- The Achaeans mercilessly slaughtered the Trojans and desecrated the temples, thus earning the gods' wrath.
- Hector reacts by urging his troops to turn and face the Achaeans.
- Telephus, king of Mysia, assembles an army and marches against the Achaeans.
- This raid on Thebe was probably the same one in which the Achaeans captured Briseis and Chryseis.
- Alexander - also called Paris - leaps in front of the Trojan ranks with a challenge to the Achaeans.
- Tryphiodorus says that it was Aphrodite who disclosed to Helen that the Achaeans were inside the WOODEN HORSE.
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