Thersites

Thersites

Thersites

Thersites was a Greek warrior who fought during the Trojan War, in Greek mythology. He was described as being lame, vulgar and dull-witted. According to a source, his death came by the hand of Achilles, who killed him for tearing out the eyes of the Amazon Penthesilea.

See Also: Achilles, Trojan War

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Thersites was a Greek warrior who fought during the Trojan War, in Greek mythology. He was described as being lame, vulgar and dull-witted.

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