Nestor’s speeches . By Maritza Cruz and Hannah Gardner.
By Maritza Cruz and Hannah Gardner
Ex. “…when you went from the shelter of angered Achilleus, taking by force the girl Briseis against the will of the rest of us” (106-107).
Ex. “… but let us even now think how we can make this good and persuade him with words of supplication and gifts of friendship” (111-113).
Ex. “…beyond others you are strong in battle, and in the cousel also are noblest of among all men of your own age” (53-54).
Ex. Achilleus is going to be the guest of Agamemnon so he needs to demonstrate good xenios.
Ex. Diomedes, Achilleus and Agamemnon because they are militaristic leaders and they are defending Greece. Achilleus and Diomedes respect one another's tîmé. They’ve all demonstrated aréte in the battlefield.
Ex. “Yet you have not made complete your argument, since you are a young man still and could even be my own son and my youngest born of all” (56-58)
Ex. “Son of Tydeus, beyond all others who are strong in battle, and in cousel also are noblest…” (53-54).
Ex. “Son of Atreus, and most lordly king of men…” (96).
Ex. “…ever since that day, illustrious, when you went from the shelter of angered Achilleus, taking by force the girl Briseis…” (106-107).