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Naslednje jutro so v neusmiljenem boju Agamemnon, Diomed in Odisej ranjeni. Patrokla globoko gani Nestorjev govor. Hera zapelje Zevsa in ga uspava, da Pozejdon lahko pomaga Grkom, ki potisnejo Trojance stran od svojega tabora.
Ko se Zevs zbudi, je besen zaradi Pozejdonovega posega v bitko. Patroklos roti Ahila, naj mu dovoli braniti ladje. Le pide a su madre Tetis, que convenza a Zeus para que ayude a los troyanos.
Ante ello, Paris decide desafiar a Menelao en combate singular. Luego, Diomedes, amparado nuevamente por Atenea, hiere a Ares.
Mientras, en la batalla, Diomedes y el licio Glauco reconocen sus lazos de hospitalidad y se intercambian las armas amistosamente. El duelo singular tiene lugar pero la llegada de la noche pone fin a la lucha entre ambos y se intercambian regalos don y contra-don.
Los troyanos en asamblea debaten si deben entregar a Helena y su tesoro postura defendida por Antenor , o solo su tesoro postura defendida por Paris.
Zeus ordena al resto de los dioses que se abstengan de intervenir en la contienda. Los troyanos, animados por Zeus, avanzan en la batalla y hacen retroceder a los aqueos.
Ne ndorkoh sipas fakteve te gjetura me vone atyre diteve pritej qe te arrihej nje marveshje mes Trojaneve dhe Trakeve.
Duke pare Kete rezultat Agamenoni urdheron terheqje te menjehershme se e dinte mire se Perendia e Luftes se Olimpit she Zeusi ishin ne anen e Trojaneve dhe shume shpejte ushtria e tij do ishte teresisht e mbaruar nese nuk terhiqeshin.
Gjate terheqjes humbin jeten edhe ushtar te tjere grek nga Harkataret Trojan. Odiseu duke pare kete futet menjehere ne dilema dhe nis te shetis neper kampin grek ku shumica e tendave ishin zbrazur dhe Agamenoni ishte gati te merrte vendimin per terheqje.
Ate dite Odiseu me ndihmen e nje perendeshe te bukur qe e kishte mbeshtetur gjithmone sheh nje ushtar grek qe i gezuar qe do terhiqej ne shtepine e tij po gdhendete nje kale prej druri per te birin e tij.
Fate implies the primeval, tripartite division of the world that Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades effected in deposing their father, Cronus , for its dominion.
Zeus took the Air and the Sky, Poseidon the Waters, and Hades the Underworld , the land of the dead—yet they share dominion of the Earth. Despite the earthly powers of the Olympic gods, only the Three Fates set the destiny of Man.
For my mother Thetis the goddess of silver feet tells me I carry two sorts of destiny toward the day of my death. Either, if I stay here and fight beside the city of the Trojans, my return home is gone, but my glory shall be everlasting; but if I return home to the beloved land of my fathers, the excellence of my glory is gone, but there will be a long life left for me, and my end in death will not come to me quickly.
Translator Lattimore renders kleos aphthiton as forever immortal and as forever imperishable —connoting Achilles's mortality by underscoring his greater reward in returning to battle Troy.
Kleos is often given visible representation by the prizes won in battle. When Agamemnon takes Briseis from Achilles, he takes away a portion of the kleos he had earned.
Achilles' shield, crafted by Hephaestus and given to him by his mother Thetis, bears an image of stars in the centre. The stars conjure profound images of the place of a single man, no matter how heroic, in the perspective of the entire cosmos.
Yet the concept of homecoming is much explored in other Ancient Greek literature, especially in the post-war homeward fortunes experienced by the Atreidae Agamemnon and Menelaus , and Odysseus see the Odyssey.
Pride drives the plot of the Iliad. The Greeks gather on the plain of Troy to wrest Helen from the Trojans. Though the majority of the Trojans would gladly return Helen to the Greeks, they defer to the pride of their prince, Alexandros, also known as Paris.
Within this frame, Homer's work begins. At the start of the Iliad, Agamemnon's pride sets forth a chain of events that leads him to take from Achilles, Briseis, the girl that he had originally given Achilles in return for his martial prowess.
Due to this slight, Achilles refuses to fight and asks his mother, Thetis, to make sure that Zeus causes the Greeks to suffer on the battlefield until Agamemnon comes to realize the harm he has done to Achilles.
When in Book 9 his friends urge him to return, offering him loot and his girl, Briseis, he refuses, stuck in his vengeful pride.
He overcomes his pride again when he keeps his anger in check and returns Hector to Priam at epic's close. From epic start to epic finish, pride drives the plot.
In Book I, the Greek troubles begin with King Agamemnon's dishonorable, unkingly behavior—first, by threatening the priest Chryses 1. The warrior's consequent rancor against the dishonorable king ruins the Greek military cause.
The epic takes as its thesis the anger of Achilles and the destruction it brings. Anger disturbs the distance between human beings and the gods.
Uncontrolled anger destroys orderly social relationships and upsets the balance of correct actions necessary to keep the gods away from human beings.
Hubris forces Paris to fight against Menelaus. Agamemnon spurs the Greeks to fight, by calling into question Odysseus, Diomedes, and Nestor's pride, asking why they were cowering and waiting for help when they should be the ones leading the charge.
King Agamemnon dishonours Chryses, the Trojan priest of Apollo, by refusing with a threat the restitution of his daughter, Chryseis—despite the proffered ransom of "gifts beyond count.
Moreover, in that meeting, Achilles accuses Agamemnon of being "greediest for gain of all men. But here is my threat to you.
Even as Phoibos Apollo is taking away my Chryseis. I shall convey her back in my own ship, with my own followers; but I shall take the fair-cheeked Briseis, your prize, I myself going to your shelter, that you may learn well how much greater I am than you, and another man may shrink back from likening himself to me and contending against me.
After that, only Athena stays Achilles's wrath. He vows to never again obey orders from Agamemnon. Furious, Achilles cries to his mother, Thetis, who persuades Zeus's divine intervention—favouring the Trojans—until Achilles's rights are restored.
Again, the Wrath of Achilles turns the war's tide in seeking vengeance when Hector kills Patroclus. Aggrieved, Achilles tears his hair and dirties his face.
Thetis comforts her mourning son, who tells her:. So it was here that the lord of men Agamemnon angered me. Still, we will let all this be a thing of the past, and for all our sorrow beat down by force the anger deeply within us.
Now I shall go, to overtake that killer of a dear life, Hektor; then I will accept my own death, at whatever time Zeus wishes to bring it about, and the other immortals.
Accepting the prospect of death as fair price for avenging Patroclus, he returns to battle, dooming Hector and Troy, thrice chasing him 'round the Trojan walls, before slaying him, then dragging the corpse behind his chariot, back to camp.
The poem dates to the archaic period of Classical Antiquity. Scholarly consensus mostly places it in the 8th century BC, although some favour a 7th-century date.
Herodotus , having consulted the Oracle at Dodona , placed Homer and Hesiod at approximately years before his own time, which would place them at c.
The historical backdrop of the poem is the time of the Late Bronze Age collapse , in the early 12th century BC.
Homer is thus separated from his subject matter by about years, the period known as the Greek Dark Ages. Intense scholarly debate has surrounded the question of which portions of the poem preserve genuine traditions from the Mycenaean period.
The Catalogue of Ships in particular has the striking feature that its geography does not portray Greece in the Iron Age , the time of Homer, but as it was before the Dorian invasion.
Venetus A , copied in the 10th century AD, is the oldest fully extant manuscript of the Iliad. In antiquity, the Greeks applied the Iliad and the Odyssey as the bases of pedagogy.
Literature was central to the educational-cultural function of the itinerant rhapsode , who composed consistent epic poems from memory and improvisation, and disseminated them, via song and chant, in his travels and at the Panathenaic Festival of athletics, music, poetics, and sacrifice, celebrating Athena 's birthday.
Originally, Classical scholars treated the Iliad and the Odyssey as written poetry, and Homer as a writer. Yet, by the s, Milman Parry — had launched a movement claiming otherwise.
His investigation of the oral Homeric style—"stock epithets" and "reiteration" words, phrases, stanzas —established that these formulae were artifacts of oral tradition easily applied to a hexametric line.
A two-word stock epithet e. In The Singer of Tales , Lord presents likenesses between the tragedies of the Greek Patroclus, in the Iliad , and of the Sumerian Enkidu , in the Epic of Gilgamesh , and claims to refute, with "careful analysis of the repetition of thematic patterns", that the Patroclus storyline upsets Homer's established compositional formulae of "wrath, bride-stealing, and rescue"; thus, stock-phrase reiteration does not restrict his originality in fitting story to rhyme.
In the Iliad , occasional syntactic inconsistency may be an oral tradition effect—for example, Aphrodite is "laughter-loving", despite being painfully wounded by Diomedes Book V, ; and the divine representations may mix Mycenaean and Greek Dark Age c.
Despite Mycenae and Troy being maritime powers, the Iliad features no sea battles. They enter battle in chariots , launching javelins into the enemy formations, then dismount—for hand-to-hand combat with yet more javelin throwing, rock throwing, and if necessary hand to hand sword and a shoulder-borne hoplon shield fighting.
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