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Read this excerpt from The Iliad. Thus Chryses pray’d.—the favouring power attends, And from Olympus‘ loftty tops descends. Bent was his bow, the Grecian hearts to wound; Fierce as he moved, his silver shafts resound. If you’re on Chryses‘ side, who is the protagonist? Achaians Greeks Apollo Achilles

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  1. anonymous
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    @Robert136

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    I am here.

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    k

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    i think its b but my sister said it could be a

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    I would go witih a.

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    ok so my sister is right and thanks

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    note that achain can mean greek and greek and achain vise versa. Howevver, achain has broader definition so that's my reason for a.

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