Palamedes: Greek warrior who tells tales about Ulysses and is cleverly betrayed by him
Philoctetes: friend of Hercules; heir to his bow and arrows
Rhesus: Thracian king; prevened from reaching Troy by Ulysses
Dolon: a Phrygian spy slain by Ulysses
Helenus: son of Priam with the gift of augury; captured by Ulysses
Diomedes: king of Argos; frequent companion of Ulysses
Pyrrhus: son of Achilles; his mother is a princess of Scyros, where Achilles was hidden to prevent him from going to war
Teucer: half-brother of...
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