In Greek mythology, Achilles (Ancient Greek: ????????, Achilleus) was a Greek hero of the Trojan War, the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad.
Achilles also has the attributes of being the most handsome of the heroes assembled against Troy.
Later legends (beginning with a poem by Statius in the first century AD) state that Achilles was invulnerable in all of his body except for his heel. Since he died due to a poisonous...
Odysseus to Achilles about war.
Achilles taunting Hector about Helen.
Achilles to Briseis about Trojan soldiers dying trying to protect her.
Briseis accuses Achilles of killing a priest.
Achilles baiting Briseis to kill him.
Achilles telling Hector to rest up for tomorrow's war.
Achilles and Agamemnon on kings fighting their own battles.
Briseis to Achilles about choosing this life for himself.
Achilles trying to find out more about Briseis.
Achilles on Death.
Achilles about the king fighting his own battles.
Achilles to Breises about her one-sided love of gods.
Achilles trying to rescue Briseis from Agamemnon.
Ogysseus on Achilles reputation.
Achilles to the crowd asking if there is anyone else.
Achilles and Odysseus about the greeks fighting each other.
Achilles to Agamemnon about not coming for the beach
Achilles being interrupted in his dream.
Achilles on positioning to the flank.
Eudorus to Achilles about Patroclus.
Odysseus to Achilles about Greece needing him.
Achilles explaining to the messanger boy that he is not a god.
Patroclus asking if Achilles is nervous, he replies Petrified.
Achilles to Briseis about her giving him peace.