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  • Autonous, Echeclus, Perimus the son of Megas, Epistor and

    The Iliad of Homer

  • Asaeus, Autonous, and Opites; Dolops son of Clytius, Opheltius and

    The Iliad of Homer

  • Autonous and Echeclus, and Perimus, son of Megas, and Epistor and

    The Iliad of Homer (1873)

  • First Asaeus, Autonous, and Opites; Dolops son of Clytius,

    The Iliad

  • Well, sent Mahnmut, we don’t have two days, most of the Trojans you mentioned — Autonous, Mulius, and the rest — are standing there right now with shields raised and spears poised, and I don’t think Patroclus is going to help us out here, according to Hockenberry, unless Achilles’ friend has been swimming back from Indiana.

    Ilium

  • If we’d let things go the way the Iliad said they should, Perimus would be dead in two days — killed by Patroclus along with Autonous, Echeclus, Adrestus, Elasus, Mulius, and Plyartes in one wild melee.

    Ilium

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