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→ Homer → Iliad → Book XIV: The battered Greeks try to raise their morale, Juno seduces Jupiter
→ vv. 256-261: Somnus reminds Juno how he once made Jupiter sleep and then only escaped his wrath by escaping to Night
→ vv. 428-439: Hector, wounded by a rock thrown by Ajax, is carried away
→ vv. 496-507: Peneleus lifts up the lance that pierced the head of Ilioneus, terrifying the Trojans