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STORIES OF GREECE AND ROME
THE STORY OF ACHILLES

8. How was Patroclus killed? 9. What is said about the helmet of Achilles?
V. 1. What became of the arms of Achilles which Patroclus wore? 2. How did the Greeks try to protect the body of Patroclus? 3. Who was sent to Achilles with the news of Patroclus's death? 4. What did Achilles do when he heard of the death of his friend? 5. How did Achilles feel about what had happened? 6. Who came to comfort him and what did she promise to do for him? 7. Who called Achilles to the battle, and who helped him? 8. What was the result of his appearance? 9. Why was Achilles able to fight the next day? 10. What did the gods do to prevent the fighting between Hector and Achilles? ll. How was Troy saved at this time?
VI. 1. How did Achilles happen to be far from the walls of Troy? 2. What did Achilles do when Apollo made himself known? 3. What did Priam and Hecuba urge Hector to do? 4. Describe Achilles's pursuit of Hector around the city walls. 5. Who helped Hector? 6. Why did Apollo leave Hector? 7. How did the fact that Hector wore the armor taken from Patroclus help Achilles? 8. Why did Hector want the Trojans to have his body?
VII. 1. Who saw Achilles taking away the body of Hector? 2. Who persuaded Achilles to give up the body? 3. Who went after it and how? 4. What sign did Zeus send to Priam? 5. How did Priam touch the heart of Achilles? 6. After Hector's body was returned to Priam, what favor did Priam beg of Achilles? 7. How was the body of Hector met? 8. Describe the funeral rites. 9. What was the fate of Achilles? 10. What happened when Troy fell?
Discussion. L The Iliad is full of beautiful comparisons such as the two at the beginning of III; find another one. 2. Another characteristic of the Iliad is the double adjective: yellow-haired; shrillvoiced. Can you find others that are striking? 3. Which of the gods are favorable to the Greeks and which to the Trojans? 4. Notice how the gods themselves are not free to act as they wish; give an example. 5. Compare the trenches, armor, and implements of war in the Iliad with those of the World War. 6. What was the first cause of the Trojan War? 7. You will enjoy the illustrations as well as the stories in Colum's The Children's Homer. In Stories of Greece and Rome, Retold from St. Nicholas you will find interesting information about. Greek and Roman life. 8. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: (i) assembled; resolve; avenge; overlord; reared; immortal; counsel;zz) pressed; ill; spoil; scabbard; scepter; awful; array; doom; beside; (iii) herald; apart; pierced; shrank; seer; fared; loathes; shuttle; (iv) warning; entreating; nigh; archer; corselet; waxed; (v) halo; ointment; drawing; (vi) dread; sacrifice; heart; dismayed; ransom; (vii) mantle; kinsfolk; litter; minstrels; shun. 9. Pronounce: (r) suitors; grievous; (iz) besieged; naught; due; (iii) thronged; allies; rebuked; bleating; wroth; nymphs; (iv) chariot; smote; forehead; bade; tunic; prophesy; (v) bier; mourning; locusts; (vi) whirl; pounce; vengeance; stature; (vii) truce; decreed.

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