1. When Zeus considers saving Hector from death, how does he decide his fate?
- He uses a pair of golden scales to weigh up Hector and Achilles' fate.
- He calls a meeting between all the Gods to contribute to the debate.
- He consults Thetis and Apollo as they support different sides of the war.
- He uses a golden coin and tosses it to choose the victim of death.
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2. Why doesn't Hector follow the Trojans into the city walls at the beginning of book 22?
- Aphrodite had rescued him from battle and placed him there for safety.
- He is too ashamed having ordered them to stay outside the walls.
- Athene has tricked him into thinking that it is a safe position from Achilles.
- He wants to face his destiny and therefore to comfort Achilles.
3. Which of the Trojans watches Hector's death and are the first to mourn for him?
- His parents, Priam and Hecabe.
- His wife, Andromache.
- His brother, Paris.
- His uncle and sister, Trygaeus and Blancheas.
4. As Hector is dying, what does he beg Achilles to do?
- Take his son back to Argos and care for him as a father would.
- Retrieve Helen from his brother Paris and return her to Menelaus.
- Return his body to the Trojans for burial in Troy.
- Marry Andromache to Paris in order to care for his son.
5. When Achilles first finds Hector, what has he been doing?
- Chasing Apollo who was disguised as Agenor.
- Speaking to the Achaean soothsayer in Argos.
- Confronting Priam on the city walls of Ilium.
- Preparing Patroclus' body for burial in Argos.
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