Iliad Essay | How Closely Do Agamemnon, Achilles and Hector Relate to Each Otehr as Classical Heros

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How Closely Do Agamemnon, Achilles and Hector Relate to Each Otehr as Classical Heros

Summary: Examines the classical roles of heroes in the Iliad, by Homer, focusing on Agamemnon, Achillies and Hector. Describes the heroic code and relates it to each character.
As you are about to see the classical role of a hero is made up of many parts. These include Aidos (respect for others), Kleos (glory), Timé (honour), Leadership, and Aristeiae (Killing sprees).

Aidos is a vital part of being a classical hero. Aidos is often seen as the founding part of being a classical hero as it is the corner stone to all the other major aspects of the heroic code. As without respecting others no one will honour you after your death and no one will respect you during life, let alone follow your orders into battle as their leader. Even though Aidos can be seen as the most important aspect of being a classical hero by people breaking down the elements of being a Homeric hero, Homer himself doesn't often acknowledge the key...

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