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Which lines in this excerpt from Homer's Iliad contain epithets about Achilles?
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epithet-an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality characteristic of the person or thing mentioned.
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A. Achilles heeds not, but derides our pain: Even till the flames consume our fleet he stays,
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B. Divine Achilles view'd the rising flames, And smote his thigh, and thus aloud exclaims:

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C. Achilles with unactive fury glows, And gives to passion what to Greece he owes.
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D. Menoetius thus: 'Though great Achilles shine In strength superior, and of race divine,
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E. Achilles sees us, to the feast invites; Social we sit, and share the genial rites.
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D but not 100% sure
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i beleive d because strenght and divine race are characteristics
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np
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