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Deiphobus: (Dee- eff -a-bus) Äåéöïâïò a brother of Hector, he is impersonated by Athena, who tricks Hector into standing and fighting Achilles. Diomedes: (Di-o- meed -ees) Äéïìåäåò — Son of Tydeus, prince of Argos, he is young and brave, but altogether a "company man," unlike Achilles. Hades: ( Hay -dees) ~ Áäçò — Son of Cronos and Rhea, brother of Zeus, lord of the underworld. Hector: ( Heck -tor) W6JTD — son of Priam and champion of the Trojans Hecuba: ( Heck -u-ba) Çêõâå — Chief consort of Priam, mother of Hector and queen of Troy. Hephaestus: (Heff- eye -stos) ~ Çöáéóôïò — Son of Zeus and Hera, god of metal smithing, crafts and fire, born with a club foot, often laughed at by other gods, he makes Achilles' armor. Hera: ( Heh -ra Çñç Daughter of Chronos and Rhea, queen of heaven, sister and wife of Zeus, whom she nags and plays tricks on, despite his threats of physical violence. At one point, she offers to let Zeus destroy one of her own favorite cities if only he will let her and her allies sack Troy. Hermes: ( Her -mees) Son of Zeus and Maia, god of roads and wayfarers, who also guides the souls of the dead down to the underworld. Sometimes, like Iris, he acts as a messenger of the gods. Iris: ( Eye -ris) She acts primarily as a messenger.
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Menelaus: (Men-a- la -os) ÌåíÝëáïò Son of Atreus, king of Sparta and brother of Agamemnon, Menelaus was Helen's first husband, until she was stolen by the Trojan prince Paris. Nestor: ( Nes -tor) ÍÝóôùñ — Son of Neleus, king of Pylos ( Ðýëïò ), he is the oldest lord among the Argives. As a member of an older generation of heros, he is seen as a wise counsellor whose words are heeded and respected.
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