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Having lived alone on the island for [ten years], the whole duration of the war, [Philoctetes] was very [angry] with the [Greeks], especially [Odysseus] who had decided to leave him behind, and at first he [refused] to help them. Then [Hercules] appeared to him in a [dream] and told him that, if he went to Troy, not only would he achieve great [kleos] but his wound would also finally heal. Philoctetes therefore accompanied Odysseus and the other hero [Diomedes] to the Greek camp. In battle he kills [Paris] with an [arrow] and his wound miraculously heals. .

Return of Philoctetes

by Areevey


Community Areevey Trojan War

United Kingdom

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