Asteropaios: Trojan warrior who faces Achilleus at the river’s edge
Aganor: Trojan who keeps Achilleus from taking Troy
As the Achaians and the Trojans arm themselves, Zeus calls the gods together in Olympos. Zeus orders the gods to enter the battle on whichever side they choose. He is afraid that Achilleus, in his anger, will overstep fate and storm the walls of Troy. The gods quickly join their favored sides as battle begins.
Aineias, spurred on by Apollo, challenges Achilleus. When...
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