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Agamemnon king of Mycenae; brother of Menelaos
Hektor Prince of Troy; son of Priam and Hekuba
Achilles greatest warrior of the Achaian army
Aias song of Telamon; he has brute strength and
Menelaos husband of Helen; brother of Agamemnon
Paris a prince of Troy; also son of Priam and
Priam King of Troy; very old man
Helen wife of Menelaos; most beautiful woman In
Diomedes one of the best Achaian warriors
Hekuba wife of Priam
Aeneas son of Aphrodite; Trojan
Aphrodite Daughter of Zeus; goddess of love; mother
of Aeneas; patron of Paris; on the Trojans'
Athena daughter of Zeus; goddess of wisdom; on
the Achaian side
Ares son of Zeus; god of prophecy, light, poetry,
and music; on the Trojans' side
Zeus supreme god and king of Olympos
Poseidon younger brother of Zeus; god of sea
Chryseis and Briseis who were captured during a raid in Troy are awarded as 'war prizes' to Agamemnon and Achilles.
Chryseis for Agamemnon and Briseis for Achilles. Chryseis is the daughter of Chryses which prays Apollo to help get back his daughter. Apollo causes a deadly plague in the Achaian camp. Achilles asked Kalchas to explain the cause of Apollo's anger. Apollo plagued the Achaians because Agamemnon refused to return Chryseis to her father. Agamemnon demands Achilles' war prize in place of Chryseis. Achilles because angry at Agamemnon's demand and withdraws his troops from the Achaian army. Agamemnon returns Chryseis to her father then collects Briseis from Achilles. Strangely, Achilles gives him the girl. Then, Achilles decides to tell his mother about the problem. Achilles asks his mother to ask Zeus to make sure that the Trojans win. Thetis goes to Zeus and asks and...