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Who says the following and why? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him,
the Archer God." * Demodocus is warning Broadsea to not anger "god-like" Odysseus. Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods. Odysseus is teaching Broadsea an important lesson in humility. Odysseus is remembering not to boast too much and is showing reverence to the gods.
Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods.
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User: Who says the following and why? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God." * Demodocus is warning Broadsea to not anger "god-like" Odysseus. Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods. Odysseus is teaching Broadsea an important lesson in humility. Odysseus is remembering not to boast too much and is showing reverence to the gods.

Weegy: Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods.
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User: Who says the following and why? Hear me, my lords and captains of Phaeacia! Let Demodocus rest his ringing lyre now— this song he sings can hardly please us all. * Odysseus is pleading with his hosts to stop the song. It is too sorrowful. Odysseus is unimpressed with Demodocus's skills as a bard. Alcinous is halting the song because Odysseus is crying—again. Alcinous is hungry and is tiring of song. Question #9Matching Score: Match the person to the correct description. 1. Demodocus better archer than Odysseus 2. Broadsea boxing champion; Alcinous's son 3. Laodamas wrestling champion; challenges Odysseus 4. Philoctetes fire god; husband of Aphrodite 5. Hephaestus blind bard

Weegy: Hello! Alcinous is halting the song because Odysseus is crying again
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Why does Alcinous start the games when he does? He notices Odysseus crying. The bard has finished his song. The Phaeacian youths are getting restless. The sun indicated it was noon
Weegy: He notices Odysseus crying. User: Who says the following and why? "Who would fight his friend? He'd have to be good-for-nothing, senseless, yes, to challenge his host and come to grips in games, in a far-off land at that." * Odysseus is declining to wrestle Broadsea. Odysseus is declining to wrestle Ancinous. Odysseus is challenging everyone except Laodamas. Odysseus is challenging everyone except Broadsea. Question #3TrueFalse Score: Phaeacian ships steer themselves. TrueFalse Question #4Paragraph Score: From what Alcinous says about Phaeacia's ships, is there any chance that they will fail to get Odysseus home? How do you know? Answer in complete sentences. Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Question #5MultipleSelect Score: At the beginning of the games, Alcinous boasts that Phaeacians "excel the world / at boxing, wrestling, jumping, speed of foot" (8, 120-121).* After the games, however, he says something different. What does Alcinous claim the Phaeacians are best at? wrestlingboxingdancingdiscusracingsinging Question #6MultipleSelect Score: What three plans do the Trojans have regarding the horse? Burn it.Run it through with weapons.Roll it into the sea.Cast it off a cliff.Let it stand as a tribute to the gods. Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Who says the following and why? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God." * Demodocus is warning Broadsea to not anger "god-like" Odysseus.Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods.Odysseus is teaching Broadsea an important lesson in humility.Odysseus is remembering not to boast too much and is showing reverence to the gods. Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Who ... (More)
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