Neoptolemus

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Ne·op·tol·e·mus

 (nē′ŏp-tŏl′ə-məs)
n. Greek Mythology
A son of Achilles who killed Priam during the taking of Troy.

Neoptolemus

(ˌniːɒpˈtɒləməs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a son of Achilles and slayer of King Priam of Troy. Also called: Pyrrhus
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Hoewel daar verwysings na Philoktetos en Neoptolemos (die ander hoofkarakter in die mite) in die Ilias en die Odusseia te vinde is, is Heaney deur Sophokles en nie deur Homeros beinvloed nie.
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On average, during uncomplicated cases, the serum amylase level starts increasing from two to 12 hours after the onset of symptoms and peaks at 12 to 72 hours(Winslet, Hall, London,& Neoptolemos, 1992).
2) According to Charikles, the ceremony was performed at Delphi because Orestes, the son of Agamemnon, had killed Neoptolemos at the altars of Pythian Apollo.