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Q: Chanticleer then moves on to classical examples from the Greek accounts of the Trojan wars, speaking of , both of whom had dreams about death.
A: Chanticleer then moves on to classical examples from the Greek accounts of the Trojan wars, both of Croesus and Andromache whom had dreams about death.
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User: Chanticleer then moves on to classical examples from the Greek accounts of the Trojan wars, speaking of , both of whom had dreams about death.

Weegy: please clarify your question.
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Chanticleer then moves on to classical examples from the Greek accounts of the Trojan wars, both of Croesus and Andromache whom had dreams about death.
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