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was one of the most fierce for soldiers living in the timocratic (honor-based) society of the age. Finley observes 22 "this typical bit of fiction must mean that there was an old Theban hero Hector, a Greek, whose myths antedated the Homeric poems. Obverse depicts bearded Hector wearing triple crested helmet and reverse depicts infant. Retrieved 14:04, August 03, 2018, from.

7 Duel with Achilles edit Another mention of Hector's exploits in the early years of war was given in the Iliad in book. In William Shakespeare 's Troilus and Cressida, Hector's death is used to mark the conclusion of the play. Patroclus, Achilles' closest companion, disguised in the armor of Achilles, enters the combat leading the Myrmidons and the rest of the Achaeans to force a Trojan withdrawal. Though not so wretched: there he yields to me, The first of men in sovereign misery! After Achilles killed Hector, Priam's son, the Greek warrior dragged his corpse around Troy with his chariot. 17 After his death, Achilles slits Hector's heels and passes the girdle that Ajax had given Hector through the slits. He had fought the Greek champion Protesilaus in single combat at the start of the war and killed him. Diomedes and Odysseus hinder Hector and win the Greeks some time to retreat, but the Trojans sweep down upon the wall and rain blows upon. Ajax wins and fights Hector to a stalemate for the entire day.


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