Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 21 Sep 2011 14:42 and updated at 21 Sep 2011 14:42


ild.02 The two others were Diores, son of Amarynces, and Polyxenus, son of King Agasthenes, son of Augeas.
ild.04 Then fate fell upon Diores, son of Amarynceus, for he was struck by a jagged stone near the ancle of his right leg.
ild.17 Automedon, valiant son of Diores, lashed them again and again; many a time did he speak kindly to them, and many a time did he upbraid them, but they would neither go back to the ships by the waters of the broad Hellespont, nor yet into battle among the Achaeans; they stood with their Chariot stock still, as a pillar set over the tomb of some dead man or Woman, and bowed their heads to the ground.
ild.17 Automedon son of Diores answered, Alcimedon", there is no one else who can control and guide the immortal steeds so well as you can, save only Patroclus while he was alive peer of Gods in counsel.

Arise Greece! from thy silent sleep, 2000 years long it is! Forget not, thy ancient culture, beautiful and marvelous it is!

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