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Amphimedon

Character Analysis

In the Underworld, he tells the story of the slaughter to Achilleus and Agamemnon. It's clear from his version that the suitors are none-too-repentant of their ways: he accuses Penelope of "planning our death and black destruction/ with this other stratagem of her heart's devising" (24.127-28).

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