The Iliad
The Iliad
by Homer
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The Iliad Religion Quotes Page 4

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How we cite the quotes:
Citations follow this format: (Book.Line). We used Richmond Lattimore's translation.
Quote #10

(Zeus:)
'Hera, be not utterly angry with the gods, for there shall not
be the same pride of place given both. Yet Hektor also
was loved by the gods, best of all the mortals in Ilion.
I loved him too. He never failed of gifts to my liking.
Never yet has my altar gone without fair sacrifice,
the smoke and the savour of it, since that is our portion of honour.' (24.65-70)

Unlike Teukros, Hektor always remembered his manners in dealing with gods. Even if they cannot save him from his fate, they still keep looking out for him.

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