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    The Trojan War

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    was involved in a very bloody war, and still survived to be crowned with its history of the famous Trojan War. This glowing stronghold contains many secrets, and much information yet to be revealed to curious minds today. However, being lost to the Greeks, and losing the grand city of Troy, The Trojan War was forever known as one of the most famous and magnificent wars of all time because of the queen of Greece Helen, and her god-like beauty, which soon started the war, the raging battle taking place

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    Trojan War

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    In the book The Trojan War, by Bernard Evslin, Ulysses and Agamemnon both contribute to the Greek’s victory. Many considered Ulysses to be the real brains behind the Greek forces. Although Agamemnon was the leader of the Greeks, many would say he was not a good one. Even though Agamemnon did some good deeds during the war, many of his actions caused problems, and Ulysses often had to come to his rescue. With Ulysses on the Greeks side they had amazing intelligence and bravery. Many great things happened

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    Trojan War

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    Paris and the Trojan War. Ancient Greeks and Romans believed in the Trojan War, as well as Alexander the Great. Since then, the story of the Trojan War has been passed down to modern day. Paris, a prince of Troy, was chosen to pick the most beautiful out of three famous goddesses. He chose Aphrodite and got an reward for his choosing of her. His reward was one of the most biggest mistakes of his entire life, causing something that could have not happened in the first place. The Trojan War is one of the

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    Trojan War

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    The Trojan War took place more than a few thousand years ago in ancient Greece. It was a war waged by the Greeks on the city of Troy. This war was said to have lasted ten years. It was caused by the abduction of Helen by Paris. Helen at the time was married to King Menalaus of Sparta. To avenge the kidnapping King Agamemnon of Mycenae and the warriors of Odysseus and Archilles followed Helen and Paris back to Troy and waged war upon the city for ten years. One day, the warriors thought of an idea

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    The Trojan War

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    Assess the Trojan War, comparing the myth of the Iliad and other primary sources with the archeological evidence provided supporting the story of the sack of Troy. Focus Questions: 1. Where is it believed Troy is located? 2. When is it believed that Troy fell? 3. What was the importance of Troy in the ancient world? 4. What do we learn of the fall of Troy through the Iliad? 5. Which archeologist found the alleged site of Troy? 6. When was the alleged site of Troy discovered? 7. What is the importance

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    The Trojan War

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    The Trojan War The Trojan War took place in approximately the 13th century. The ancient Greeks defeated the City of Troy. The Trojan War started after an incident at the wedding feast of Peleus, the king of Thessaly, and Thetis, a sea goddess. All the gods and goddesses of Mt. Olympus had been invited except Eris, the goddess of discord. Eris was offended and tried to stir up trouble among the guests at the feast. She sent a golden apple inscribed “For the most beautiful.” Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite

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    Helen In The Trojan War

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    Although Helen was a major contributing factor of the commencement of the Trojan war, I do not believe she was the lone cause of it. It was the judgement of a beauty contest between three goddesses Athena, Hera and Aphrodite, which had triggered a series of events, that eventually lead to the Trojan war. During this beauty contest, Paris of Troy was to judge the physical appearance of the three greek goddesses. In return of being the favoured beauty, each goddess promised Paris something he desired

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    prove that the Trojan War described in Homer’s Iliad actually happened, there is evidence that wars may have happened during the time specified in the Iliad. Archaeologists and artefacts show that there was a war between Greece and Rome. Hittite records show that there was a military and political tensions around Troy around the 13th century which was around the time of the Trojan War written about in Homers Iliad. Stories tell that the Trojan War begun after Paris who was a Trojan Prince stole Helen

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    Essay On The Trojan War

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    do we have for a Trojan War?” The Trojan War has fascinated humans for many centuries and has inspired many articles, movies, books and other entertainment products. For years people have debated wherever or not The Trojan War really occurred or not. Evidence has been presented to support both sides of the arguments, those that believe the Trojan War happened and those who do not. One of the most interesting of the stories is the story of the Trojan horse, the story of the Trojan Horse which was daring

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    Achilles and the Trojan War

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    the tendon in their foot. He is well known in the Iliad as the main force for the Achaeans in the Trojan War, dubbed the “swiftest warrior,” “Achilles dear to Zeus”, and “brilliant runner.” However many do not know the story of Achilles when he walks away from the Achaean campaign over a scuffle of war prizes. His action cripples the Achaean army, costing the lives of many. The story of the Trojan War is one where Achilles ultimately leads the Achaeans to Troy and kills Hector outside Priam’s walls

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