Who was Agamemnon in Browning Version? (Class 11 MCQ)

Who was Agamemnon in Browning Version? (Class 11 MCQ)

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    Agamemnon is the king of Mycenae, the then most powerful city in ancient Greece. He successfully led his people to glory, emerging victorious over the Greeks. After his death, his daughter, Iphigenia, sacrificed herself so her father could return home to Mycenae.

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    (1) The father of Achilles (2) The king of Mycenae (3) A priest in Homer’s Iliad (4) A king of Mycenae (5) An ancient king of Mycenae (6) A famous king of Mycenae (7) A king of Mycenae (8) A king of Mycenae (9) A famous king of Mycenae

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  2. Agamemnon is one of Homer’s many famous Ancient Greek characters. Agamemnon is the only warrior to survive from the Iliad, so is often referred to as “the great warrior”. He is usually described as a Cyclops, being one of the tallest human males, nearly 10 feet (3 m).

    Other physical descriptions include a big nose and thick eyebrows. His appearance was described (short) by Homer in the Iliad as “big with broad shoulders and small waist and thick thighs,”. He often wears armor. Agamemnon is king of the Mycenaean Greeks, a kingdom in mainland Greece.

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