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Iliad Character- English 2
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Hera
King of gods; husband of Hera
god of the sea; brother of Zeus
god of the underworld
Queen of the gods, mother of ares
Zeus
King of gods; husband of Hera
Poseidon
god of the sea; brother of Zeus
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English 2 Iliad Characters
Achilles
Agamemnon
Aphrodite
Apollo
Son of Peleus and Thetis, grandson of Aeacus, commander of th…
Achaean, king of Mycenae, son of Atreus, husband of Clytemnes…
Goddess, daughter of Zeus and Dione, mother of Aeneas, goddes…
God, son of Zeus and Leto, twin brother of Artemis, a patron…
Achilles
Son of Peleus and Thetis, grandson of Aeacus, commander of th…
Agamemnon
Achaean, king of Mycenae, son of Atreus, husband of Clytemnes…
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Iliad - English 2 - Schaeffer
Achilles (epithets)
Apollo (epithets)
Agamemnon (epithets)
Zeus (epithets)
the great runner, shining sprinter
Archer god, master of the silver bow, protector of the holy t…
the lord of the great plains
father of gods and men, father of the blinding bolt, lord of…
Achilles (epithets)
the great runner, shining sprinter
Apollo (epithets)
Archer god, master of the silver bow, protector of the holy t…
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English 2 Iliad vocab
Incensed
Plunder
Sacrosanct
Brazen
Mad; very angry
Robbed
Sacred or holy
Made of bronze
Incensed
Mad; very angry
Plunder
Robbed
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English Iliad Vocab 2
Mutely
Sinew
Venerate
Implacable
(adv.) Not emitting or having sound of any kind.
(n.) A tendon
(v.) To regard with great respect; revere.
(adj.) Unable to be stopped; relentless.
Mutely
(adv.) Not emitting or having sound of any kind.
Sinew
(n.) A tendon
Characters of the iliad english 2
aphrodite
Apollo
athena
hera
the goddess of love and beauty; favors the Trojans
the god of healing, music, poetry, and prophecy; favors and p…
the goddess of wisdom and warfare; protects the Greeks
the queen of the gods, sister and wife of zeus; favors the Gr…
aphrodite
the goddess of love and beauty; favors the Trojans
Apollo
the god of healing, music, poetry, and prophecy; favors and p…
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english the iliad pt. 2
what does Achilles do each time he is…
What does the god Apollo do to show th…
Who sends a message to Achilles, comma…
Who helps Priam sneak into the Greek c…
Takes his chariot and drags Hector's body around the grave of…
he protects the corpse from damage
Zeus, because Hector had always been faithful to the gods
the god Hermes, a wagonload of treasure
what does Achilles do each time he is…
Takes his chariot and drags Hector's body around the grave of…
What does the god Apollo do to show th…
he protects the corpse from damage
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English Vocab Iliad Set 2
Parody
Cicada
Surly
Spellbound
humorous or satirical mimicry; a composition that imitates so…
any large insect of the family cicadidae
inclined to anger or bad feelings with overtones of malice
having your attention fixated as though by a spell
Parody
humorous or satirical mimicry; a composition that imitates so…
Cicada
any large insect of the family cicadidae
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English Iliad Vocabulary quiz #2
Epithet
Interludes
Slander
Auger
noun: Characterizing adjective
noun: pause between the acts of a play. Intervening time, space
noun: malicious or injurious statement about someone
verb: suggest a specified outcome (usually well or ill)
Epithet
noun: Characterizing adjective
Interludes
noun: pause between the acts of a play. Intervening time, space
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English An Iliad Vocab 2
mutely
sinew
venerate
implacable
silent, refraining from speech or utterance
a tendon or the source of strength, power, or vigor
to regard or treat with reverence
not to be appeased
mutely
silent, refraining from speech or utterance
sinew
a tendon or the source of strength, power, or vigor
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English 2: Grammar, Vocabulary, and The Iliad
Aristotle
Rhetoric
Rhetorical Question
Chiasmus
wrote book called Rhetoric
the art of persuasion
question asked for effect, not answer
inverted parallel structure
Aristotle
wrote book called Rhetoric
Rhetoric
the art of persuasion
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Part 2 English Iliad Competency
extended simile
metaphor
characterization
personification
beyond the literal or primary sense; fully extended or stretc…
a figure of speech that expresses a resemblance between thing…
the act of describing distinctive characteristics or essentia…
the act of attributing human characteristics to abstract idea…
extended simile
beyond the literal or primary sense; fully extended or stretc…
metaphor
a figure of speech that expresses a resemblance between thing…
English 2 Honors Iliad Book#1 Vocabulary
incalculable
crag
reverberation
magnanimous
(adj.) to great to be calculated or estimated; not able
(noun) a steep or rugged cliff or rock face
(noun) prolongation of sound, resonance
(adj.) very generous or forgiving, especially toward a rival…
incalculable
(adj.) to great to be calculated or estimated; not able
crag
(noun) a steep or rugged cliff or rock face
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Part 2 Greeks English Iliad Competency
Achilles
Agamemnon
Patrocolus
Odysseus
The son of the military man Peleus and the sea-nymph Thetis.…
King of Mycenae and leader of the Achaean army; brother of Ki…
Achilles' beloved friend, companion, and advisor, Patroclus g…
A fine warrior and the cleverest of the Achaean commanders. A…
Achilles
The son of the military man Peleus and the sea-nymph Thetis.…
Agamemnon
King of Mycenae and leader of the Achaean army; brother of Ki…
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ENGLISH--ILIAD
greeks
trojans
epithet
peleus
achains, danaans & argives
dardanians & phrygians
swift footed achilles
Achilles dad
greeks
achains, danaans & argives
trojans
dardanians & phrygians
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English 1H Vocab- Iliad sets 1-2
Complacent
compliant
dubious
ephemeral
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's…
inclined to agree with others or obey rules, especially to an…
hesitating or doubting; not to be relied upon; suspect
lasting for a very short time
Complacent
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's…
compliant
inclined to agree with others or obey rules, especially to an…
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English Iliad
carrion
spurned
seer
bruit
clead and putrifying, carcass
rejected with disdain, shunned or brushed off
fortune teller, prophet
to voice/ to rumor, spread
carrion
clead and putrifying, carcass
spurned
rejected with disdain, shunned or brushed off
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English 2 The Iliad Literary Terms Review Chart
archetype
antagonist
battle story
epithet
a universal pattern (event, person, theme, place, symbol) tha…
a character opposing, and often in conflict with the main cha…
a story of conflict between armies and individual warriors th…
any word or phrase applied to a person or thing to describe a…
archetype
a universal pattern (event, person, theme, place, symbol) tha…
antagonist
a character opposing, and often in conflict with the main cha…
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English Iliad
Abstain
Clamor
Defile
Destitute
Indulge or vote
Quite, calm
Purify, sanctify
Rich
Abstain
Indulge or vote
Clamor
Quite, calm
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English Iliad
Homer
Where was homer from?
Homer means
Bardes are
Born Around 750 B.C
Greece
"Hostage"
Poets
Homer
Born Around 750 B.C
Where was homer from?
Greece
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English ILIAD
Overbearing
Scepter
Marshal
Obstinate
Tending to overwhelm; over powering (adj)
A staff or baton Borne by a sovereign as an emblem of authori…
to place in proper rank or position; to bring together and or…
an unreasonable persistence; stubborn (adj)
Overbearing
Tending to overwhelm; over powering (adj)
Scepter
A staff or baton Borne by a sovereign as an emblem of authori…
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English Iliad
Characters
Background
Epic Similes Lines
Simile 26-37 meaning
Priam, Hector, Athena, Achilles, Apollo, Zeus, Patraclous
How the war started
26-37, 112-116, 158-163, 222-229
Achilles is angry at Hector for killing his friend, and Achil…
Characters
Priam, Hector, Athena, Achilles, Apollo, Zeus, Patraclous
Background
How the war started
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English the Iliad
In the death of hector where are the T…
Why does king Priam hate Achilles?
Why would Hector not go back inside th…
What does hector think of for a bargai…
Hector is in front of the gate and the soldiers are inside th…
He hates him because he has taken his sons and his wifes and…
Because he does not want to be disgraced by polydomas and he…
He wants to give back Helen and all her riches
In the death of hector where are the T…
Hector is in front of the gate and the soldiers are inside th…
Why does king Priam hate Achilles?
He hates him because he has taken his sons and his wifes and…
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English Iliad
Price of Troy who started Trojan war
God of underworld
Sea goddess mother of Achilles
Wife of Zeus
Paris
Hades
Thetis
Hera
Price of Troy who started Trojan war
Paris
God of underworld
Hades
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Iliad 2
Deflect
lunged
conjure
sanctified
to cause something to change direction
a sudden ford
to entreat to summon
to bless to make
Deflect
to cause something to change direction
lunged
a sudden ford
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English 1 Honors G - The Iliad (Test #2)
Thetis
Patroklos
Odysseus
Apollo
Thetis is a sea-nymph and the devoted mother of Akhilleus. Sh…
Patroklos is Akhilleus best friend and companion. He stepped…
Odysseus, known as the "Great Tactician", is an Achaean comma…
Apollo is a son of Zeus and twin brother of the goddess Artem…
Thetis
Thetis is a sea-nymph and the devoted mother of Akhilleus. Sh…
Patroklos
Patroklos is Akhilleus best friend and companion. He stepped…
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English Iliad
ravenous
gluts
bier
shroud
characterized by eager craving
satisfies
A platform for laying out a corpse
Wrap
ravenous
characterized by eager craving
gluts
satisfies
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English : iliad
Greeks achievements and wonderment abo…
Greek civilization began in .....
Greeks first civilization
Mycenaean era known as
Why
Crete
Minoan, Mycenaean culture
Heroic age
Greeks achievements and wonderment abo…
Why
Greek civilization began in .....
Crete
55 terms
English Iliad
Who wrote the lliad and the odyssey
What is the lliad about
Who did Paris steal from her husband
Where did all the Greek city states at…
Homer
The seage of troy
Helen
Troy
Who wrote the lliad and the odyssey
Homer
What is the lliad about
The seage of troy
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Regs English 2 Iliad Test Review (Epithats)
Achilles
Hera
Athena
Zeus
great runner, swift-footed
white-armed goddess, wide-eyed
grey-eyed goddess
Gatherer of the clouds, storm king, Father
Achilles
great runner, swift-footed
Hera
white-armed goddess, wide-eyed
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Regs English 2 Iliad Test Review (Characters)
Greeks
Trojans
Greek gods and goddesses
Achilles
Achilles ... Patroclus... Agamemnon... Ajax (1) ... Diomedes... Helen... Menela…
Andromache... Astyanax... Briseis... Chryseis... Chryses... Hector... Hecuba... Pa…
Aphrodite... Apollo... Athena... Hephaestus... Hera... Hermes... Iris... Thetes... Zeus
The son of the military man Peleus and the sea-nymph Thetis.…
Greeks
Achilles ... Patroclus... Agamemnon... Ajax (1) ... Diomedes... Helen... Menela…
Trojans
Andromache... Astyanax... Briseis... Chryseis... Chryses... Hector... Hecuba... Pa…
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English- The Iliad
Abstain
Clamor
Defile
Destitute
To hold oneself back deliberately
A loud, confused noise or outcry
To make filthy, violate the honor of
Lacking in resources, bereft
Abstain
To hold oneself back deliberately
Clamor
A loud, confused noise or outcry
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English the Iliad
Zeus to Athena
Athena to zeus
Hector to Athena
Hector to himself
"How sad that this beloved man is hunted around the wall befo…
"now you can halt and take your breath, while I persuade him…
"Deiphobus , You were the closest to me in the old days, of a…
"this is the end. The gods are calling that word. I had thoug…
Zeus to Athena
"How sad that this beloved man is hunted around the wall befo…
Athena to zeus
"now you can halt and take your breath, while I persuade him…
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English: The Iliad
The Odyssey, The Iliad
Hecuba and Priam
Hera's daughter
Menelaus, Paris
What two epic poems is Homer credited with writing?
Who are the parents of Hector?
Thetis is recognized as all of the following: "of the glisten…
Helen, married to _____________, is seduced by_______________
The Odyssey, The Iliad
What two epic poems is Homer credited with writing?
Hecuba and Priam
Who are the parents of Hector?
The Iliad (English)
Quell
Abstain
Elude
Evade
To quiet; suppress
To hold oneself back deliberately
To avoid or escape
To escape by cleverness or deception
Quell
To quiet; suppress
Abstain
To hold oneself back deliberately
15 terms
The Iliad 2
Harangue
Horde
Ignominious
Loiter
a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
a vast multitude
deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
linger, remain, or wait around for no apparent reason
Harangue
a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
Horde
a vast multitude
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English Iliad
Who is Achilles
Who is Agamemnon
Who is Brieseis
Who is Chryseis
He is the son of Peleus and Thetis and is the strongest warri…
King of Mycenae and is the brother of Menelaus. He is the com…
She was the war prize for Achilles that Agamemnon took away f…
Chryseis is the daughter of Chryses that was taken captive by…
Who is Achilles
He is the son of Peleus and Thetis and is the strongest warri…
Who is Agamemnon
King of Mycenae and is the brother of Menelaus. He is the com…
32 terms
Stark English2 Honors - Iliad Test
Greek heroic ideal
Epic Poem
Epic simile
Invocation
physical, prowess, courage, intelligence
long narrative, heroic adventures, vast setting, Gods take part
a long detailed comparison
an act of prayer calling on God's presence, calling for help
Greek heroic ideal
physical, prowess, courage, intelligence
Epic Poem
long narrative, heroic adventures, vast setting, Gods take part
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Stark English2 Honors - Iliad Test
Greek heroic ideal
Epic Poem
Epic simile
Invocation
physical, prowess, courage, intelligence
long narrative, heroic adventures, vast setting, Gods take part
a long detailed comparison
an act of prayer calling on God's presence, calling for help
Greek heroic ideal
physical, prowess, courage, intelligence
Epic Poem
long narrative, heroic adventures, vast setting, Gods take part
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ENGLISH: The Iliad
This father came to the Greek camp hop…
This goddess intervened to prevent Ach…
This goddess consoles Achilles, cares…
These three immortals bind Zeus until…
Chryses
Athena
Thetis
Hera, Poseidon, and Pallas Athena
This father came to the Greek camp hop…
Chryses
This goddess intervened to prevent Ach…
Athena
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The Iliad - English
When does the narrative begin?
Who do the Achaeans capture and who ge…
Who's rage is described at the beginni…
What does Chryses want from Agamemnon?
"in media res" - 9 years after the start of the Trojan War
The Achaeans capture Chryseis and Briseis ... Achilles takes Bri…
Achilles
He wants his daughter Chryseis back
When does the narrative begin?
"in media res" - 9 years after the start of the Trojan War
Who do the Achaeans capture and who ge…
The Achaeans capture Chryseis and Briseis ... Achilles takes Bri…
16 terms
Part 2 The Trojans English Iliad Competency
Hector
Andromache
Astyanaz
Priam
A son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, Hector is the mightiest…
Hector's loving wife, Andromache begs Hector to withdraw from…
Hector and Andromache's infant son.
King of Troy and husband of Hecuba, Priam is the father of fi…
Hector
A son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, Hector is the mightiest…
Andromache
Hector's loving wife, Andromache begs Hector to withdraw from…
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English Iliad - Book 22
At the opening of the book what is the…
What does King Priam do when he sees H…
Who is enraged that some of the Trojan…
When Achilles finds Hector at the Scae…
They are losing in battle badly Hector is outside the walls o…
Begs him to come in
Achilles
He runs
At the opening of the book what is the…
They are losing in battle badly Hector is outside the walls o…
What does King Priam do when he sees H…
Begs him to come in
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Part 2 The Gods and Immortals English Iliad Competency
Zeus
Hera
Athena
Thetis
King of the gods and husband of Hera, Zeus claims neutrality…
Queen of the gods and Zeus's wife, Hera is a conniving, heads…
The goddess of wisdom, purposeful battle, and the womanly art…
A sea-nymph and the devoted mother of Achilles, Thetis gets Z…
Zeus
King of the gods and husband of Hera, Zeus claims neutrality…
Hera
Queen of the gods and Zeus's wife, Hera is a conniving, heads…
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Iliad verbs 2
hear, heard
take, took
shoot, shot
find out, found out
oir
tomar, sacar
tirar
averiguar, aprender
hear, heard
oir
take, took
tomar, sacar
Iliad 2
what is a phrase about Helen's face?
what is Odysseus's plan for who shall…
who is Helen's guardian?
what is Odysseus's plan for not going…
the face that launched 1,000 ships
it is that suitors must swear an oath to protect Helen and he…
Tyndarius.
that he will pretend he has gone mad. he will pretend he is a…
what is a phrase about Helen's face?
the face that launched 1,000 ships
what is Odysseus's plan for who shall…
it is that suitors must swear an oath to protect Helen and he…
10 terms
The iliad 2
Desolate
Degrade
Insolent
Compel
Deserted and lonely
to bring shame or disgrace upon
Boldly rude or disrespectful
to force
Desolate
Deserted and lonely
Degrade
to bring shame or disgrace upon
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English Vocab Iliad Set 3
insatiable
vehemently
inexorable
winnowing
impossible to satisfy
in a vehemous manner
impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason; not to be…
the act of separating grain from chaff
insatiable
impossible to satisfy
vehemently
in a vehemous manner
25 terms
Iliad 2
Jut
Crag
Tassels
Preeminent
To extend out, up, or forward
A steep rugged rock or cliff; Rough in a way that suggest str…
A tuft of loosely hanging threads, cords, or other material k…
More important, skillful, or successful than others
Jut
To extend out, up, or forward
Crag
A steep rugged rock or cliff; Rough in a way that suggest str…
48 terms
Iliad 2
πανσυδίῃ
νηγάτεος-ον
ἀρτύνω
πυκινός-ή-όν
with all speed
newly made
put in order
shrewd
πανσυδίῃ
with all speed
νηγάτεος-ον
newly made
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