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Outline of Lecture 11 21 14 Greeks AKA Achaeans Danaans I Menelaos Helen s husband II Agamemnon Greek leader III Achilles Greatest Greek warrior IV Odysseus Cleverest Greek V Nestor Wisest and oldest Greek VI Ajax the Greater Second greatest Greek warrior and Achilles cousin VII Patroklos Achilles best friend and lover VIII Diomedes Great warrior son of Tydeus seven against Thebes Epigonoi Almost turned immortal by Athena until she saw him eating brains IX Ajax the Lesser Another prominent warrior Troy Illium I Founded by Dardanos a Greek b Son of Zeus and Elektra daughter of Atlas one of the Pleiades II Greek but non Greek a Greek customs b Non Greek attitudes III Clothing a Fancy b Perfume c Effeminate IV Behavior a Untrustworthy i Laomedon ii Paris 1 Xenia guest friendship iii Effeminate 1 Biggest womanizers 2 Paris is a classic example V Trojan Royal Family a Very beautiful i Ganymede 1 Carried off by Zeus ii Tithonos 1 Carried off by Eos iii Anchises 1 Seduced by Aphrodite iv Paris 1 Seduces Helen VI Trojans AKA Teukrians a Priam King of Troy b Hekabe Hecuba Priam s wife c Hektor son of Priam and Hekabe i Troy s greatest warrior d Paris AKA Alexander son of Priam and Hekabe i Abductor of Helen e Kassandra daughter of Priam and Hekabe i Prophetess never believed f Aineias Aeneas Priam s nephew i Son of Aphrodite and Anchises ii Future ancestor of Romans iii One of the only Trojan survivors after the war The Gods I Athena Hera Aphrodite a Judgment of Paris II Plan to reduce numbers of heroes a Keep distinction between humans and gods b Divine involvement in human affairs Delays I Assembly of army II Attack on Mysia a Telephos i Wounded by Achilles in thigh ii Son of Herakles III Telephos a Delphic Oracle i The one who hurt must heal b Disguise c Kidnaps Orestes d Takes his place on an altar e Holds Orestes hostage until he will be cured f Healed by Achilles spear IV Departure from Aulis a Anger of Artemis The Trojan War I Ten years II The Iliad III Agamemnon s



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