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exceptionally pleasing to taste or smell
Ambrosial
to destroy completely
Annihilate
jovial with or wild with drunkenness
Bacchanalian
a fortified place
Bastion
fantastic, unreal, impossible
Chimerical
quarrelsome, argumentative
Contentious
worldly, sophisticated
Cosmopolitan
covered, sheltered, concealed
Covert
particles of rock or other material broken away from a large mass
Detritus
harsh or cruel
Draconian
an overflow of enthusiasm, fervor, or excitement
Ebullience
a string or chain of flowers
Festoon
sly, shifty, taken or done my stealth
Furtive
to bully
Hector
obstacle
Hindrance
moralizing lecture
Homily
crafty, tricky, treacherous
Insidious
to lead by trickery
Inveigle
angry, wrathful
Irate
using words sparingly
Laconic
sluggish, unnaturally drows
Lethargic
lazy person
Lotus-eater
clear
Lucid
bright, brilliant
Luminous
warlike
Martial
biting, sarcastic, cutting
Mordant
loyal subjects or followers
Myrmidon
too eager to lend aid
Officious
a song or hymn
Paean
to persist in the face of difficulty
Persevere
belonging to earliest times or ages
Primeval
exceedingly variable
Protean
ruinous, gained at too great a cost
Pyrrhic
to echo or reflect
Reverberate
beautiful temptress
Siren
wise lawgiver
Solon
apparently good but lacking real merit
Specious
very loud
Stentorian
a loud, harsh grating
Strident
infernal, dark, gloomy
Stygian
female prophet
Sybil
balance
Symmetry
silent, saying nothing
Tacit
pertaining to drama or acting
Thespian
change or variation
Vicissitude
to clear from suspicion
Vindicate
not practical, dreamy
Visionary
ravenousness
Voracity
Greek, greatest warrior
Achilles
Trojan, warrior who died
Aeneas
Greek, Commander-in-chief, warrior/ head of the chieftains
Agamennon
cursed Greek
Ajax(lesser)
king of phaeacians
Alcinoos
I was the female hurt in the war
Aphrodite
Trojans, helped take helen got golden apple
Aphrodite
Trojans, cared for Hector.
Apollo & Artemis
Trojans, god of war favored troy
Ares
Trojan, hector son
Astyanax
I tricked Hector and pretended to be his brother it was very sneaky
Athena
Greek, prophet
Calchas
goddess who held odysseus prisioner
Calypso
Greek, warriors
Chieftians
I was sacrificed for good winds
Chryseis 
a witch
Circe
Trojan, 2nd greatest warrior
Deiphobus
pig tender
Eumaeus
serant
Eurycleia
Trojan, prince of troy/great warrior
Hector
wife of Menelaus
Helen
Greek, mad at paris, hate Aphrodite
Hera & Athena
Greek, king of Sparta
Menelaus
trusted friend
Mentor
daughter of atcinous
Nauscicaa
Greek, oldest, wisest chieftian, king of pulos
Nestor
Greek, King of Ithaca
Odysseus
Greek, 2nd greatest warriors
Odysseus & Diomedes
Trojan, shot arrows
Pandarus
Trojan, prince of troy, troy hated him
Paris
Greek, Achilles close friend
Patroclus
wife of odysseus
Penelope
kind people
Phaeacians
Greek, favored sailors
Posiden
Trojan, king of troy
Priam
Greek, friend of achilles
Protesilaus
Island
Pylos
odysseus' son.
Telemachus
mother of Achilles
Thetis
A love story in which he lost his love and his head.
orpheus & eurydice
she was utterly amazed by this bound titan
prometheus & Io
she rested on her laurels after a god pursued her.
daphne & Apollo
zeus was bull-ish in this one
europa
this young man fell minos his wings
daedalus & icarus
he was typical often absent husband but she loved him with all her soul
cupid & psyche
they used feathers to calm one another
ceyx & alcyone
she was very stiff to them until they kissed
pygmalion & galeta
wild mulberries and lions couldn't keep these two apart
pyramus & thisbe
two old loves share a trunk in death
baucis & philemon
he was loved by two goddesses but board to death
adonis
she always got the last word with this guy but he was a poor reflection of love
narcissus & echo
he answers the burning queston about his dad
phaethon
this one is the reason for the seasons
demeter & persephone
he was to likeable a guest to kill
pegasus