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handling. Two Trojans are also present, the woman gesturing to draw the attention of a youth filling his vase. Troilus is part of the escort to hand her over the next day. 132 Of all the treatments of the story of Troilus and, especially, Cressida in the period between Chaucer and Shakespeare, it is Robert Henryson's that receives the most attention from modern critics. Boitani sees Athena as urging Achilles on and Thetis as worried by the arrival of Apollo who, as Troilus' protector, represents a future threat to Achilles. He dies in battle at Achilles' hands. While acknowledging that these details may have been reports of other later sources, Sommerstein thinks it probable that Ibycus told the full ambush story and is thus the earliest identifiable source for. Then, in "some of the most powerful and hair-raising" words ever written on Troilus' death, 165 Wolf describes how Achilles enters the temple, caresses then half-throttles the terrified boy, who lies on the altar, before finally beheading him like a sacrificial victim. So, reference is made not just to Boccaccio's brooch, but to the glove, the captured horse and the battles of the two lovers in Benot and Guido. A Roman illustration still showing Achilles having run down a mounted Troilus. Little attention was paid to the character during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Behind Achilles 40 are a number of deities, Athena, Thetis (Achilles' mother Hermes, and Apollo (just arriving). Diomedes captures Troilus' horse in the first fight and sends it to Cressida. References are to 1997 printing by Thomas Nelson Sons, London ( isbn ). Instead, she promises to meet him within ten days. 59 In most serious depictions of the scene, Troilus rides a horse, normally with a second next to him.
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