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→ Homer → Iliad → Book XXI: Achilles fights with the river Scamandrus
→ vv. 49-119: Achilles kills Lycaon despite his pleas for mercy
→ vv. 211-226: Scamandrus reproaches Achilles for clogging his river with dead bodies
→ vv. 324-327: Scamandrus (Xanthus) and Simois try to drown Achilles
→ vv. 342-367: At Juno's request, Vulcanus burns the waters of Scamandrus
→ vv. 367-381: After Scamandrus's lament, Juno asks Vulcan to stop burning up its waters