In the first story of "38 Latin Stories", on line 1:
Iapetus duos filios, Prometheum et Epimetheum habet.
Prometheus and Epimetheus are the direct objects of "habet", so are in the accusative. The fragment duos filios are also in the accusative plural.
So my question is, can you have two direct objects? Or is the entire combination of "two sons" and "Prometheus and Epimetheus" just one direct object?
Similarly on line 3, ending on line ...