1. Who persuades Zeus that Hector's body needs to be released from Achilles' hold?
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2. How does Priam reduce Achilles to tears and persuade him to release Hector's body?
- He tells him of Andromache and Hector's orphaned son.
- He reminds him of Briseis and her longing for Achilles during her capture.
- He reminds him of his old age and of Achilles' own father.
- He tells him the story of Glaucas and Diomedes.
3. Who helps Priam enter the Achaean camp?
- Athene dressed as Nestor.
- Iris dressed as Ajax's brother.
- Hermes dressed as an Achaean soldier.
- Apollo dressed as a Myrmidon soldier.
4. Who are the first people to mourn for Hector when his body returns to Ilium?
- Calypso, Iris and Chryseis.
- Paris and the Trojan soldiers.
- Helen, Andromache and the women.
- The city elders and Hecabe.
5. What happens to reassure Hecabe when she is worried that Achilles will kill Priam?
- Zeus sends an eagle as a good omen.
- Apollo sends a cobra as a sign of fortune.
- Apollo sends Iris to tell her of Priam's safety.
- Ares fills her with a sense of confidence.
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