Andromache

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An·drom·a·che

 (ăn-drŏm′ə-kē)
n. Greek Mythology
The wife of Hector, captured by the Greeks at the fall of Troy.

Andromache

(ænˈdrɒməkɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the wife of Hector

An•drom•a•che

(ænˈdrɒm əˌki)

n.
the wife of Hector.
Translations

Andromache

[ænˈdrɒməkɪ] NAndrómaca

Andromache

[ænˈdrɒməkɪ] nAndromaca
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In the second part of this presentation the speaker read three passages from the translation: the meeting of Hektor and Andromakhe in Iliad 6; some battle narrative from Iliad 16; and the opening scenes of Iliad 22.