Her name means foam born she is a defender of troy

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Zeus' father Chronos after Zeus castrated him and threw the genitals in the sea. Her name means "foam born." She is a defender of Troy. Apollo: (Ah- poll -o) !B‘88o< — Son of Zeus and Leto, god of poetry and prophecy, he is also associated with plagues. He defends the walls of Troy, which he and Poseidon built. Ares: ( Ay -rees) Áñçò — Son of Zeus and Hera, god of war. He often gets drunk and gets into fights, and is one of Aphrodite's many lovers. Also a defender of Troy. Argives: ( Ar -gives) see Achaians. Artemis: ( Ar -te-mus) Áñôåìéò — Daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo, goddess of the hunt and of wild animals. Associated with quick painless death for women, she fights on the Trojan ( Ôñ ä åùí ) side.
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Athena: (Ah- thee -na, often referred to as Pallas Athena) A"88VH !20<0 — a daughter of Zeus, she has no mother but sprang full grown, from the head of Zeus, wearing armor. Thus, she is a goddess of wisdom, strategy, and weaving, as in clothing and plots. She wants very much to destroy the city of Troy. Briseis: ( Bri -see-us) Âñéóçßò A woman who was awarded to Achilles as a battle prize, but who was then taken away by Agamemnon. Achilles refers to her as his wife. Calchas: ( Kal -kus) ÊÜë÷áò Chief prophet and seer of the Achaians, hated by Agamemnon. It was he who told Agamemnon he would have to sacrifice one of his daughters in exchange for favorable winds to sail to Troy. In Book I, he tells Agamemnon he must return Chryseis to her father. Chryseis: ( Kri -see-us) ODLF0 \H — Daughter of Chryses ( ×ñàóçò ), priest of Apollo, whom the Argives award to their great king as a battle prize, angering the god. Danaans: (Dah- nay -ans) see Achaians.
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