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Html Hunter, James. ” Encyclopedia Mythica. html Leadbetter, Ron. ” Encyclopedia Mythica. indd 46 9/18/08 9:37:56 AM GLOSSARY ambrosia (am-BROH-zjuh)—Something delicious to taste or smell, often considered the food of the gods. banished (BAA-nisht)—Sent away permanently. centaurs (SEN-tars)—Mythical creatures that were half human (top) and half horse (bottom). constellation (kon-stuh-LAY-shun)—A grouping of stars. deity (DAY-ih-tee)—A god or goddess. discord (DIS-kord)—Disagreement or dispute. Hades (HAY-deez)—The Underworld, where souls of the dead live.
The term is also used to indicate a person’s overall weakness. Both terms are based on the mythical warrior of long ago who was nearly immortal— but for that one small spot. indd 42 9/18/08 9:37:35 AM Beyond the Iliad After the Iliad, Homer wrote the Odyssey. This epic tale starts ten years after the Trojan War has ended, and yet Odysseus has still not returned to his kingdom in Ithaca. His family is eager for him to come home. Many believe he is dead, including the hundreds of suitors who want to marry his wife, Penelope.
11. , Book 22, lines 407– 418, p. 553. 12. , Book 24, lines 590– 591, p. 605. 13. Christopher Marlowe, The Tragical History of Dr. com/marlowe/dr-faustus1604/1/ ACHILLES Chapter 2. Seeking Immortality 1. Statius, Achilleid, translated by J. H. html 2. R. shtml Chapter 3. From Disguise to War 1. Homer, The Iliad, translated by Robert Fagles (New York: Penguin Books: 1990), Book 9, lines 497–505, p. 265. 2. Elder Philostratus, Younger Philostratus, Callistratus, translated by Arthur Fairbanks, Loeb Classical Library, Volume 256 (London, England: William Heinneman, 1931), Book 19, line 408.
Achilles by Tamra Orr