Corrected entry: Hector mentions something to Paris about helping him out when he was 10...Paris did not live with the royal family at that age because it was foretold at his birth that he would cause the downfall of Troy so the family sent him off to live in the mountains. It was not until later on in his life that he was reunited with his true family.
Corrected entry: When Priam goes to Achilles to claim the body of Hector, he asks to have the body in order to perform the funeral rites and specifically mentions "let me place the coins over his eyes for the boatman". This references the belief of the Greeks that one had to pay the ferryman Charon to get into the underworld. However, at Hector's funeral, there are no coins on his eyes, nor does anyone place coins there as he is lit on fire.