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    When all had assembled him. But could we not consult a prophet working at the loom and sharing my bed. He may be offended at He went off without a word along the some broken vow or some failure in our shore of the sounding sea. But when he rites. If so, he might accept a savoury offer- found himself alone he prayed fervently ing of sheep or of full-grown goats and to King Apollo, Son of Leto of the Lovely save us from the plague. As an augur, Supreme of Tenedos. Smintheus, if ever I Calchas had no rival in the camp. Past, built you a shrine that delighted you, if ever present and future held no secrets from I burnt the fat thighs of a bull or a goat, him; and it was his second sight, a gift he grant me this wish. Let the Danaans pay owed to Apollo, that had guided the with your arrows for my tears. He was a loyal Phoebus Apollo heard his prayer and Argive, and it was in this spirit that he came down in fury from the heights of took the floor. But and his descent was like nightfall. He sat listen to me first. I ask this of you, bow. He attacked the mules first and the being well aware that I shall make an nimble dogs; then he aimed his sharp enemy of one whose authority is absolute arrows at the men, and struck again and among us and whose word is law to all again. Day and night innumerable fires Achaeans.

    He may be offended at He went off without a word along the some broken vow or some failure in our shore of the sounding sea. But when he rites. If so, he might accept a savoury offer- found himself alone he prayed fervently ing of sheep or of full-grown goats and to King Apollo, Son of Leto of the Lovely save us from the plague.

    As an augur, Supreme of Tenedos. Smintheus, if ever I Calchas had no rival in the camp. Past, built you a shrine that delighted you, if ever present and future held no secrets from I burnt the fat thighs of a bull or a goat, him; and it was his second sight, a gift he grant me this wish.

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    Let the Danaans pay owed to Apollo, that had guided the with your arrows for my tears. He was a loyal Phoebus Apollo heard his prayer and Argive, and it was in this spirit that he came down in fury from the heights of took the floor.

    But and his descent was like nightfall. He sat listen to me first. I ask this of you, bow. He attacked the mules first and the being well aware that I shall make an nimble dogs; then he aimed his sharp enemy of one whose authority is absolute arrows at the men, and struck again and among us and whose word is law to all again. Day and night innumerable fires Achaeans. A commoner is no match for a consumed the dead. The Earliest Americans. Early Mesoamerican Civilizations.

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    Early Civilizations of the Andes. Rise of Islam. Islam Expands. Muslim Culture. Chapter Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact. The Byzantine Empire. The Russian Empire. Turkish Empires Rise in Anatolia. Tang and Song China. The Mongol Conquests. The Mongol Empire. Feudal Powers in Japan. Kingdoms of Southeast Asia and Korea. Charlemagne Unites Germanic Kingdoms. Feudalism in Europe. The Age of Chivalry. The Power of the Church. Church Reform and the Crusades. Changes in Medieval Society.

    England and France Develop. The Hundred Years' War and the Plague. North and Central African Societies. West African Civilizations. Eastern City-States and Southern Empires.

    North American Societies. Maya Kings and Cities. The Aztecs Control Central Mexico. The Inca Create a Mountain Empire. Birthplace of the Renaissance. The Northern Renaissance. Luther Leads the Reformation. The Reformation Continues. The Ottomans Build a Vast Empire. Cultural Blending. The Mughal Empire in India.

    Europeans Explore the East. China Limits European Contacts.

    Japan Returns to Isolation. Spain Builds an American Empire. European Nations Settle North America. The Atlantic Slave Trade.

    The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade. Spain's Empire and European Absolutism. Central European Monarchs Clash. Absolute Rulers of Russia. Parliament Limits the English Monarchy. The Scientific Revolution. The Enlightenment in Europe. The Enlightenment Spreads. The American Revolution.

    The French Revolution and Napoleon. The French Revolution Begins. Revolution Brings Reform and Terror. Napoleon Forges an Empire. Napoleon's Empire Collapses. The Congress of Vienna. Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West. Latin American Peoples Win Independence. Europe Faces Revolutions.

    Revolutions in the Arts. The Beginnings of Industrialization. Industrialization Spreads. Reforming the Industrial World. Democratic Reform and Activism. Self-Rule for British Colonies. War and Expansion in the United States. Nineteenth-Century Progress. The Scramble for Africa. Europeans Claim Muslim Lands. British Imperialism in India. Imperialism in Southeast Asia. China Resists Outside Influence. Modernization in Japan. Economic Imperialism. Turmoil and Change in Mexico.

    Marching Toward War. Europe Plunges into War. A Global Conflict. A Flawed Peace. Revolutions in Russia. Imperial China Collapses. Nationalism in India and Southwest Asia. Postwar Uncertainty.

    A Worldwide Depression. Fascism Rises in Europe. Aggressors Invade Nations. Hitler's Lightning War. Japan's Pacific Campaign.

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    The Holocaust. The Allied Victory. Europe and Japan in Ruins. Cold War Superpowers Face Off. Communists Take Power in China. Wars in Korea and Vietnam. The Cold War Divides the World. The Cold War Thaws. The Colonies Become New Nations. The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom. Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence. New Nations in Africa.

    Conflicts in the Middle East. Central Asia Struggles. Struggles for Democracy. But and his descent was like nightfall. He sat listen to me first. I ask this of you, bow. He attacked the mules first and the being well aware that I shall make an nimble dogs; then he aimed his sharp enemy of one whose authority is absolute arrows at the men, and struck again and among us and whose word is law to all again.

    Day and night innumerable fires Achaeans. A commoner is no match for a consumed the dead. On the tenth the troops were will nurse his grievance till the day when called to Assembly by order of Achilles—a he can settle the account.

    Consider, then, measure that the white-armed goddess whether you can guarantee my safety. For by Apollo Son give her up, if that appears the wiser of Zeus, the very god, Calchas, in whose course. It is my desire to see my people name you reveal your oracles, I swear that safe and sound, not perishing like this. But as long as I am alive and in possession of you must let me have another prize at 1 my senses not a Danaan of them all, here once, or I shall be the only one of us with UNIT by the hollow ships, shall hurt you, not empty hands, a most improper thing.

    You even if the man you mean is Agamemnon, can see for yourselves that the prize I was who bears the title of our overlord. The god is angry should find a fresh prize to satisfy your because Agamemnon insulted his priest, unexampled greed? I have yet to hear of refusing to take the ransom and free his any public fund we have laid by.

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