Troilus - This character is a knight of Troy and a military leader who tries to set an example for younger knights.
Criseyde - This character is afforded a place of honor in Troy, but is afraid of being branded a traitor when a relative who had been branded a traitor defects to the enemy.
Pandarus - Despite engaging in short amorous affairs, this character feels qualified to instruct a knight the art of winning the heart of a young widow.
Calkas - This character receives a prophecy from Apollo that the Greeks will be victorious over Troy.
Diomede - This armor of this Greek character is captured in battle and taken back to Troy.
Deiphebus - This character agrees to host a dinner party where a relative and the individual whom the relative loves will both be present.
Hector - Most experienced in battle, this individual...
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