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Hektor

[′hek·tər]
(astronomy)
An asteroid, believed to be the largest of the Trojan planets, which circles the sun in the orbit of and approximately 60° ahead of Jupiter; it has an elongated shape, about 86 × 93 miles (300 × 150 kilometers) and D-type surface conposition.
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The first pieces of evidence about Zeus' relationship with Aias come during the hero's manomachia with Hektor at //.
laments for Hektor, whether by his wife Andromache, his mother Hekabe,
I remember a terrible distinction between the heroes Hektor and Aeneas.
Mallorca, who are managed by Argentinian Hektor Cuper - recently won the Spanish Super Cup by beating Barcelona 2-1 and 1-0 over two legs.
Under Argentine boss Hektor Cuper, Real last week won the Spanish Super Cup by beating Barcelona home and away.
8 (early models), Summicron 50 mm F2 (dual range Summicron), Hektor 50 mm F2.
He is primarily a counselor: several times he gives advice to Hektor, and at a crucial moment Hektor rejects his advice.
It's the only way to account for his uncharacteristically savage revenge on Hektor.
Though Hektor too has been raised in the trophy-based shame culture, it is ultimately his concern for others, for his family, his city, and all the city's inhabitants that underlies his actions.
In this scene, the Trojan Hektor comes back to Troy briefly from the battlefield and meets his wife Andromache there, together with their infant son Astyanax.
Throughout these two volumes we find discussions of individual scenes, and major speeches of the main characters, as well as individual similes and inset tales providing interpretations of Odysseus's scar, Hektor and Andromache's meeting in Book 6 of the Iliad, the meaning of the proems of both epics, Zeus's important speech at the opening of the Odyssey, and Achilles's shield.
For example, turning to classical literature, The Iliad offers the heartbreaking final conversation between Hektor and his wife.