Achilles is a hero in ancient Greek mythology and literature. He participated in the Trojan War and is often called “the first warrior of Greece”. He is the son of the sea goddess Thetis and King pelus. He is the most dazzling of all heroes and invincible. Homer spent a lot of time describing it in the Iliad. He has always been known for his courage, beauty and physical strength. He has great respect for Athena and Hera.
Achilles’ mother was the immortal God, so she also wanted her children not to die. Every time Thetis gave birth, without exception, he put his children into the sky fire, but they all ended in failure. After Achilles was born, Tethys still held his ankle and soaked him in Styx (a saying of sky fire), making him invulnerable. The only exception is the ankle, the place where Tethys holds his hand, which is the source of the Western proverb “Achilles heel”.