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procubuit. See XII. 575-653 for the death of Achilles by an arrow shot by Apollo in the likeness of Paris. His doom is only prophetically alluded to in the Iliad, as by the dying Hector, XXII. 359. The subsequent combat was related by Arctinus in the Aethiopis, where Ajax is represented as carrying off the body.
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