Patroclus, whom you will remember, though the dead forget their dead
You are ACHILLES. You now insult Hector's corpse (most shamefully, as Homer comments) by slitting the tendons on his ankles, and inserting straps, which you tie to the back of your chariot. You start to drag him, face downwards in the dirt, back to your hut.

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