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2. How do Helen and Hector persuade Paris to return to battle?

  • They encourage him to follow Athene's orders.
  • They scold him for being a coward.
  • They tell him that the Greeks are about to seize Ilium.
  • They convince him that the Trojans will win with his help.

3. What does Hector tell his wife when she begs him not to return to battle?

  • That he can not escape his fate, whatever it is.
  • That he needs to avenge Achilles to save his son's life.
  • That he needs to ensure the safe keeping of Helen in Ilium.
  • That he needs to ensure the Greeks don't kill Paris.

4. Who does Hector ask to pray in the temple of Athene?

  • Hecabe and the noblewomen
  • Priam and the noblemen
  • Helen and the noblewomen
  • Priam and the elders.

5. Why are the Greeks able to advance on Ilium in this book?

  • The gods are absent.
  • Hector is absent.
  • Nestor has organised troops well.
  • Zeus is helping them.


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