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- THE EMBASSY TO ACHILLES.Book 9 (0% in)
- (206) [Illustration: THE EMBASSY TO ACHILLES.Book 9 (29% in)
- ] THE EMBASSY TO ACHILLES.Book 9 (29% in)
- To Neptune, ruler of the seas profound, Whose liquid arms the mighty globe surround, They pour forth vows, their embassy to bless, And calm the rage of stern AEacides.Book 9 (31% in)
- Unseen the Grecian embassy proceeds To his high tent; the great Ulysses leads.Book 9 (32% in)
There are no more uses of "embassy" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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