The Iliad Chapter 11
Poseidon, the god of the sea, loved the Greeks. When he saw how they fled before the Trojans, he said to himself: “I will help these men.” It happened, also, that Zeus had turned his eyes from the battle; thinking that none of the gods would do the thing that he had forbidden, that is, bring help to the Greeks. So Poseidon said to Ajax and the others standing by: “Stir yourselves, for it is for you, who are stronger than other men, to save the people.”
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