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In the end, Odysseus won. Ajax was angry. He planned to wait for Odysseus to fall asleep and then kill him and steal the armor back. However, the goddess Athena was watching over Odysseus, and when she saw Ajax approaching, she put him under a spell. indd 41 9/18/08 9:37:30 AM CHAPTER 5 the army. When the spell ended and he realized what he had done, Ajax was so upset that he used Hector’s sword to kill himself. What actually happened to the armor is unsure. One myth states that it was buried with Ajax.
81. 4. , Book 1, line 45. Chapter 5. The End of Achilles 1. Homer, The Odyssey, translated by Robert Fitzgerald (New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1988), Book 11, lines 578–582, p. 201. indd 44 9/18/08 9:37:45 AM FURTHER READING ACHILLES For Young Adults Fontes, Ron, and Justine. The Trojan Horse: The Fall of Troy: A Greek Legend. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Graphic Universe, 2006. A. Odysseus. Mankato, Minnesota: Capstone Press, 2006. Horowitz, Anthony. Myths and Legends. Wilmington, Massachusetts: Kingﬁsher Books, 2003.
Without Achilles to encourage them and lead them conﬁdently into each ﬁght, they grew worried. Finally, Achilles’ lifetime friend and close companion Patroclus had an idea. After berating his friend for having such a vile Minerva Preventing Achilles from Killing Agamemnon, from “The Iliad” by Homer, painted in 1757 by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Achilles is so angry at Agamemnon for taking Briseis, he wants to kill him. Athena (known to the Romans as Minerva) stops him just in time by grabbing his hair from behind.
Achilles by Tamra Orr