THE DEATH OF HEKTOR

Filled with rage over the death of his friend Patroklos, Achilles killed Hektor, attached his body to his chariot and dragged him around the city.


Achilles hoped revenge would end his rage, but it did not.


Concerned about his ruthless and merciless behavior, the gods finally felt they had to intervene. See what happens next in the next post.


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