So he pleaded,
lost in his own great innocence…
condemned to beg for his own death and brutal doom.

– Homer

The Iliad, Book 16, lines 53-55. This is foreshadowing of Patroclus’s death. Patroclus is asking to borrow Achilles armor, thinking that the Trojans may mistake him for Achilles and be filled with fear. They do think he is Achilles, leading to his death at the hands of Hector.