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Antilochus

[an-til-uh-kuh s] /ænˈtɪl ə kəs/
noun, Classical Mythology.
1.
a son of Nestor and a trusted friend of Achilles.
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  • But Antilochus plied his whip, and drove faster, as though he had not heard him.

    The Iliad Homer
  • But Menelaus got up in a rage, furiously angry with Antilochus.

    The Iliad Homer
  • With this he gave the mare over to Antilochus's comrade Noemon, and then took the cauldron.

    The Iliad Homer
  • He then gave the half talent to Antilochus, who received it gladly.

    The Iliad Homer
  • Patroclus and Antilochus were with Achilles in Leuk, etc. etc.

    The World of Homer

    Andrew Lang
  • At once Forth sprang Antilochus, and with his sword Hew'd deep his temples.

  • Then Menelaus, brave in fight, approach'd Antilochus, and thus his courage roused.

  • Then prudent, thus Antilochus replied.725 Oh royal Menelaus!

  • Then, the remnant prize Antilochus receiving, smiled and said.

  • This speech of Antilochus may serve as a model for its brevity.

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