1. Why does Machaon get taken to the Achaean camp in a chariot?
- He is needed to heal the wounds of Odysseus who is to kidnap Helen.
- He has been wounded by Paris in battle when the Trojans attacked the Achaean line.
- He accidentally wounded Agamemnon in battle and is about to be tortured.
- The Achaean line has yet to be attacked by the Trojans therefore he would be safest there.
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2. What does Achilles see from his camp in this book?
- Agamemnon go past wounded on horseback.
- The wounded Achaean healer in a chariot.
- The wounded Achaean priest of Apollo go past on horseback.
- The corpse of Diomedes pass by in a chariot.
3. What is Patroclus asked to do when he visits the Achaean camp?
- Convince Achilles to fight or disguise himself as Achilles and fight in his place.
- Disguise himself as Hector or Priam and infiltrate Ilium to kidnap Helen and return her to Menelaus.
- Discourage Achilles from fighting as his presence will only serve to make matters worse.
- Disguise himself as Paris and infiltrate Trojan ranks to expose tactics.
4. What does Zeus do at the beginning of Book 11?
- Directs strong winds against the Achaean army.
- Sends Athene to negotiate with the Trojans.
- Rains blood on the Achaean camp.
- Sends a flood to the Trojan camp.
5. Who is seriously wounded by the Trojans in this book?
- Machaon, the Achaean healer.
- Trygaeus, the Achaean soothsayer.
- Dikaiopolis, the Achaean priest of Apollo.
- Tandarus, the Achaean priest of Athene.
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