Greeks Gods and Goddesses in the Iliad

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The mortal women on the other hand display weaknesses and subservience to men. The war over Troy was sparked over Helen or was used as an excuse or motivation for the Achaeans to invade for Menelaus's property. Helen was Menelaus's wife a beautiful woman whose beauty was legendary. The image and place of women in Homeric Society is different for goddesses and mere mortals...
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Helen was Menelaus's wife a beautiful woman whose beauty was legendary. The image and place of women in Homeric Society is different for goddesses and mere mortals. The contradiction between behavior of mortal women and Goddesses is evident throughout the Iliad which over the entire poem interaction between gods and men change...
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