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Iliad Characters

CharacterDescription
Aphrodite goddess of love and beauty
Apollo god of healing, music, poetry, prophecy
Apollo distant deadly archer
Apollo god of the plague
Apollo god of the silver bow, Smintheus
Athena goddess of wisdom and warfare
Hera queen of the gods, sister and wife of Zeus
Hermes messenger of the gods
Thetis a sea goddess
Thetis mother of Achilles
Thetis the Old Man of the Sea's daughter
Zeus king of the gods
Zeus king of the black ckoud
Zeus lord of lightening
Greeks -Agamamnon Achaeans
Greeks Argives
Greeks Danaans
Greeks Dorians
Greeks -Achilles Myrmidons
Achilles mightiest Greek warrior
Achilles the headstrong/matchless runner
Achilles Peleus's princely son
Agamemnon king of Mycenae
Agamemnon fightng son of Atreus
Agamemnon great field marshall
Agamemnon lord of the far-flung kingdoms
Calchas Greek preist and prophet; the seer
Helen wife of Menelaus
Helen daughter of Zeus and Leda
Menelaus king of Sparta
Helen was carried off to Troy, by Paris
Odysseus king of Ithaca
Nestor king of Plyos
Nestor oldest and wisest Greek leader
Nestor the clear speaker of Plyos
Nestor the man of winning words
Patroclus Achilles's best friend
Trojans Phyrgians
Trojans Teucrians
Andromache wife of Hector
Astyanax son of Hector and Andromache
Chryses Trojan, priest of Apollo
Hector leader and greatest warrior of the Trojan army
Hector breaker of horses; the gallant captain
Hecuba queen of Troy
Hecuba mother of Hector and Paris
Paris Trojan prince who abducted Helen
Paris person who caused the Trojan war
Priam king of Troy
Priam father of Hector and Paris
Peleus father of Achilles
Deiphobus brother of Hector whom Athena disguises herself as to trick Hector
Chryseis girl stolen by Agamamnon
Briseis Achilles's war prize
Created by: lamcintosh