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- In Gr**** mythology, Achilles (/əˈkɪliːz/ ə-KIL-eez) or Achilleus (Ancient Gr****: Ἀχιλλεύς, [a.kʰilˈleu̯s]) was a hero of the Trojan War, the greatest of...
- The Achilles tendon or heel cord, also known as the calcaneal tendon, is a tendon at the back of the lower leg, and is the thickest in the human body....
- An Achilles' heel or Achilles heel is a weakness in spite of overall strength, which can lead to downfall. While the mythological origin refers to a physical...
- The relationship between Achilles and Patroclus is a key element of the stories ****ociated with the Trojan War. Its exact nature has been a subject of...
- Achilles tendinitis, also known as achilles tendinopathy, occurs when the Achilles tendon, found at the back of the ankle, becomes inflamed. The most common...
- Achilles is the name of a Gr**** mythological hero of the Trojan War. Achilles may also refer to: Achilles tendon, posterior tendon of the leg 588 Achilles...
- American novelist, author of The Song of Achilles (2011) and Circe (2018). Miller spent ten years writing Song of Achilles while she worked as a Latin and Gr****...
- of Troy, "killing 31,000 Gr**** fighters." He was ultimately killed by Achilles. In Gr****, Héktōr is a derivative of the verb ἔχειν, ékhein, archaic form...
- couple of w****s, rather than just the quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon in the ninth year. Achilles leads his Myrmidons along with the rest of the Gr****...
- re****ation of some of them. Three of the strongest and most famous—that of Achilles and the tortoise, the Dichotomy argument, and that of an arrow in flight—are...
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