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STORIES OF GREECE AND ROME
THE STORY OF ACHILLES

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Questions for Testing Silent Reading. L 1. Who was Helen? 2. What promise did the King force the suitors to make? 3. Why did Ulysses suggest this promise to the King? 4. Whom did Helen choose? 5. Who was Paris? 6. Tell about the apple of Discord. 7. Why did Zeus decide to have Paris, a mortal, make the choice? 8. What were the promises given to Paris by Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite? 9. To whom did Paris award the apple? 10. How did Aphrodite reward Paris? ll. What did Menelaus do then? 12. How did Ulysses try to avoid keeping his promise? 13. How large an army went from Greece to Troy? 14. What was the family relationship between Helen and each of the following: Tyndareus, Menelaus, Agamemnon, Penelope, Ulysses, Paris, and Priam?
II. 1. How long did the Greeks besiege Troy? 2. Why did the siege last so long? 3. What started the quarrel between Agamemnon and Achilles? 4. In the end, who gave up his prize? 5. How was Achilles prevented from slaying Agamemnon? 6. What was the wish Achilles told his mother, Thetis? 7. How was the wish carried out? 8. What did Agamemnon do?
III. 1. Name the Greek leaders. 2. Who were the Trojan leaders? 3. What additional reason does this chapter give you for Aphrodite's favoring Aeneas and the other Trojans? 4. By what act did Paris show his nature? 5. What was the result of the hand-to-hand conflict between Paris and Menelaus? 6. Why did Hector return to the city? 7. Which was Andromache most anxious about-her husband or her country? 8. Tell the incidents that make you think Hector was a good husband and father. 9. What was the family relationship between Hector and each of the following: Priam, Hecuba, Paris, Helenus, and Andromache?
IV. 1. Why did Patroclus come to Nestor? 2. What was Nestor's advice, and how was it carried out? 3. How large a host were the Myrmidons? 4. What did Achilles do before he made his prayer? What was the meaning of these acts? 5. What did the Trojans think when they saw Patroclus? 6. In what ways did Apollo help the Trojans? 7. What happened to Hector's brother, the driver of his chariot?

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