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Following the battle of Tenedos, the Achaeans have to decide whether to bury the dead per their custom, or burn them per Tenedoian custom. No one wants to offend the gods, though both sides continue to do so inadvertently. The Achaeans sacrifice a hundred bulls on the altar of Herakles, but accidentally kill the altar snake when it bites the King of Methone and drives him mad.

Meanwhile, King Priam has Troy's defenses ready and makes sacrifices to the gods, but he's still having trouble recruiting allies, and ill omens are turning up everywhere!



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Not Light Reading, But SO Worthwhile 0

What makes Age of Bronze so good is that unlike a work like say, 300, which never really clarifies how much is legend, how much is purported fact, and how much is artistic license, it sets fairly rigid boundaries of aesthetics and narrative parameters that keep things on an even flow issue after issue and year after year.  This issue features the aftermath of the battle of Tenedos, and despite the dizzying array of Greek characters, it's still easy to get caught up in what feels like the real co...

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