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His shade asks O how his son, groom to the daughter of Helen and Menelaus, performed in the Trojan War once he himself had died
Oldest of Warriors, he recognizes T's patron as a god or goddess and sacrifices a heifer in honor to that divine spirit
Her treachery gives wives the stigma of disloyalty: "the time for trusting women's gone forever."
Rescued from rough seas, he yells his victory over the gods, which prompts poseidon to send him to a watery grave
They share herculean strength and stature as well as cannibalism with another people called the Cyclops
Ajax (the greater)
O sees him in hades, but this shade is still too angry over losing Achilles' arms to speak
The suitors call him Irus because he runs errands for them. (Irus is the messenger of the Gods)
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