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Chanticleer then moves on to classical examples from the Greek accounts of the Trojan wars, speaking of , both of whom had dreams about death.
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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