Sophocles, among other writers, says that calchas died there.
The scholar will readily call to mind a calchas, a Chryses, and others.
Upon hearing these words Agamemnon was filled with anger against calchas.
So calchas, the priest, had commanded and he was backed by Odysseus and Menelaus.
Cressida is a Trojan woman, whose father, calchas, has gone over to the Greeks.
The army knows that the Queen has come; calchas and Odysseus know.
Then calchas——' here he stopped, saying: 'But why tell a long tale?
Then calchas—” here he stopped, saying: “But why tell a long tale?
calchas prophesied, "we shall fight nine years there (, at Troy), but take the city in the tenth year."
The oracles, as at least calchas says, in order that the army may be able to proceed.