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Achilles knows the flaw in the armor that Hector is wearing and strikes him there. Where does he strike him? User: According to Achilles, who "has no peer in war/among Achaean [Greek] captains"?
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Achilles strikes Hector in the throat with his spear.

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It is MOST important to Hector that his death be honourable.
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How long has the Trojan War been going on by the time we get to the events in Book 22? a.nine months b.nine days c.nine years d.nine hours
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