Achilles killed hector by thrusting his spear into his neck, the only vulnerable spot on hector's body when he was wearing Achilles' armour. He is the one who weeps for the dying Greeks. Achilles kills Hector in this battle but Hector was a noble Trojan warrior. Driven by his ill-tempered thirst for glory and prizewinning, Achilles is unable to control himself in the face of humiliation and defeat. The great Iliad comes to an end with a battle between the two great warriors of the Greeks and Trojans. This is very selfish of himself because he should have been helping the Greek army fight.
His mother came to him in the morning with armor forged by Hephaestus, and with it he took the Greeks into battle once more. Patroclus died when he did a very clever thing that helped the Greeks. Achilles ended up slaying Hector, bringing the Greeks to victory. While the body of Achilles was tempered for battle his mind was prone to weakness, he allowed himself to lose control of himself and surrender his body to the opinions and motives of others, easily seduced by external things and capricious glories, his conduct was thus unbecoming of a heroic individual and more similar to that of a spoiled child. They drove the Trojans back into the city walls, all but one- Hector.
Having won the war, the filicidal King went back to his wife for the reward he so richly deserved. Patroclus defended his country and put up a good fight even though he died. Though he fears retribution from Agamemnon, Calchas reveals the plague as a vengeful and strategic move by Chryses and Apollo. This ends the long battle between the Trojans and the Greeks. Hector shows no sign of hesitation or cowardliness, and fights for Troy with all he can give. Now make gracious the spirit within you.
Patroclus is very important because his bravery influenced Achilles to get armor from Hephaestus. Both men know exactly how to behave in order to be excellent and yet not involve the gods in any improper and dangerous manner. It is easier for us to recognise this sublimity in athletes, who mime the competitiveness and aggression of warfare, but the quality is still there when lives rather than cups and medals are on the line. Books 9 - 12 Rage 6: Achilles, still angry with Agamemnon, refuses to help his compatriots. Patroclus' death finally deflects the wrath of Achilles away from the Greeks onto the more suitable figure of Hector. He is invincible, except for the ankle, the only place he was not dipped into the river Styx at.
Patroclus had a great impact on the war, even though his fighting is not recognized as much as his sacrifice. In Greek mythology, Agamemnon is the son of King Atreus of Mycenae an … d Queen Aerope; the brother of Menelaus and the husband of Clymenstra; different mythological versions make him the king either of Mycenae or of Argos. This displeased the god Apollo. Achilles is a Greek war hero. Both sides were equal in battle until it was time for a final fight, Achilles against Hector.
Hector is also lovingly gentle with his wife, and son, and wants his son to be a hero. He asked for Achilles to come with, but he refused. Patroclus is mentioned in the reading over the weekend. He simply sits idol by his tent, not fighting for his country even though he is the best warrior. Hector is both a mighty warrior as well as being a matchless commander, loving husband … and father, wise and noble son and a brave brother.
Using his spear, Achilles kills Hector. Patroclus must die because he is a substitute for the deadly Achilles who has taken a step far more destructive than the anger of Agamemnon, by praying to Zeus to let the Trojans kill the Greeks. The gods are still present, but men now can control at least some of their own actions, using knowledge and skill. It was his greed and stubborn nature that caused the entire problem. It is hard for us not to be horrified by him, and especially by his apparently bestial treatment of Hector. On the Trojan side, he greatest champion and warrior was Hector. Hector was the greatest hero of Troy, and was a major part of the reason why the Trojans were so hard to defeat.
We learn that facing your fears and obstacles will ultimately benefit you, and let you live life without the constant strain! After hearing the news of his best friend being dead and his armor being taken away, Achilles finally decided to join the war once again. Priam knew that Troy was finished. He is shown dragging Hector behind with his head scraping the ground, and it seems to be a bloody, gory mess. To obstruct each other is unnatural. He has an obligation to avenge Patroklos' death, and he realizes his own shortcomings as Patroklos' protector. Rage 17: Hector's rage, coupled with his pride, compels him to fight a battle he knows he will lose. He was killed by Hector in that battle, and Hector stole Achilles army that Patroclus was wearing.
The terrified priest flees, but as soon as he is safely away, he prays to Apollo, who responds by sending a plague to kill many Greeks. This event gradually starts to bring the long war to a close as well. All the Greeks I know, including myself, will remember when they were done wrong by and will sometimes base future actions on what and how badly something was done to them. Achilles returned it, and realized how disrespectful what he did with the corpse was. Hector's death is the final focus for all the violence and death caused by Achilles' anger and the plan of Zeus. It is their recognition of our worth.
Hector, Achilles, and Patroclus all share different roles in the Trojan War. Now there can be no forgiveness, no good advice, no easy reconciliation. For twelve days he abuses Hector's body, but Aphrodite and Apollo keep the body from being damaged. . Hence he is doomed to win his mother as a booby prize. Hector, like Patroclus, is enhanced and glorified to increase the value of his death. Meanwhile the Greeks return the girl to Chryses, perform the correct rituals of sacrifice, and Chryses prays to Apollo to stop the plague.