Heinrich Sliemann in the mid late 19th century.
The Trojan War was really a looting expedition around western AsiaMinor by the Archean Greeks, with Troy the richest prize. The Greekships got them there, around the coast looting for ten years, andthen home with the slaves and loot.
Here is the pronunciation of the names of the characters in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.): Antigone, "ahn-TEE-guh, nee'; Creon, "KREE-on"; Eurydice, "yuh-RIH-dih-see"; Haemon, "HIGH-mun"; Ismene, "ee-SMEH-nee"; Teiresias, "teye-REE-see-us."
It was Odysseus or Ulysses
ANY free man in a Greek polis could participate in the Olympics if he was fit for event.
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Begin the attack months beforehand. Begin by subverting minor officials, then move up the ladder to some key positions. Win over enough of the city guard (or equivalent) to make any defence minimally effective. Get your people inside so they can begin sabotage and espionage to help the strike. When...
Apparently there is a draft of the script on the Internet Movie Script Database. Look at the link, below.
Odysseus came up with the following plan: the Greeks were to build a huge hollow wooden horse, fill it with warriors and leave it before the gates of Troy. Then they had to pretend to leave for home, but sail back in the night and be let in by the warriors from the horse and finally destroy the city...
Greek-Macedonian and the local culture - Egyptian, Syrian andothers.
The Trojan horse which held Greek soldiers
Troy was rebuilt nine times. Historians can only provide a rough guestimate as to the dates based on stratagraphical evidence and writings like the illiad. This is from wikipedia .
Troy I 3000-2600 BC (Western Anatolian EB 1) .
Troy II 2600-2250 BC (Western Anatolian EB 2) .
Troy III 2250-2100...
Yes. The Achaeans = the Greeks. Athena was the goddess of battle strategy so she told Odysseus to build a giant wooden horse and to hide in it with all of his men. When the people of troy found it, they took inside their gates. Then, Odysseus and his men defeated troy.
The walls of the city, which is what they were for.
His friend and lover Patroklus.
The site of a successful siege by Greek armies which were on a 10year looting expedition in western Asia Minor.
Because the Troyans had captured (or kidnapped) Hellen. The Greeks took it as an offence and went to war against the Troyans after nine years of trying to get Hellen (or at least that's what I've known so far...the facts may be wrong after all and be more in the line of myths). Greece went to war...
Was it a real horse ? Not when made from wood. Was a wooden horse really built and filled with soldiers ? Until recently the general opinion was a resounding yes. Now the answer would be yes, probably, but some archeologists are having doubts.
Yes. You can see the ruins in modern day Turkey.
Agamemnon actually led troops to attack Troy under the fact that Prince Paris of Troy kidnapped the wife of Menelaus, Agamemnon's little brother. The wife of Menelaus is the infamous Helen of Troy. Of course, when Agamemnon and the Greek army attacked Troy, they defended their city.
Prince Alexander is Paris of the Trojan legend. He took Helenbecause they fell in love and Paris wanted to bring Helen back toTroy to live with her. He also took a large amount of stolen loot with him to seal thedeal, which irked the Greeks more than departure of the woman.
The two opinions of the Greeks were that the Trojans were a. They thought that the Trojans were hiding in the Trojan horse b. They thought the Trojans would drop from the sky to attack them
No. Troy was a city in Turkey that the Trojan War took place in.
He was a fierce and courageous warrior who slaughtered manyopponents. He raped boys, got in a petty huff when King Agamemnonstole his girlfriend, and refused to fight - until his friend andlover Petrocolus became so ashamed that he stole Achilles' armourand went into battle pretending to be Achilles...
There were two Ajax. Ajax Oileades and Ajax the greater.
In the Illiad it is Apollo who guides Paris's arrow to Achilles heel. .
From Atlantis01: His mother and the rest of the Gods, including Charon, the ferryman on the river styx .
From Tejones: Achilles is not killed in the Iliad. His death takes place at the end of the Aethiopis. The...
The Greeks and it's allies.
A Trojan horse was built. It is a wooden horse which was supposedly a gift for Troy, but full of soldiers. At dark they came out and attacked and burned Troy.
Menelaus was the leader of the Spartans during the Trojan war
As far as my knowledge can tell, it may be a horse, unless you mean flag, then I do not know.
If you mean the 2004 movie it was Boagrius played by Nathan Jones.
It is 150 miles(241 km), between Sparta to Athens . :):):):):):):):):)
the story of the fall of troy is as follows. after 10 long years of battle, in which many heroes. died, including hector and Achilles, the Greeks used trickery to beat the Trojans. at the advice of Odysseus, the wisest of the Greeks, the army was to build a huge hollow horse, as a peace offering,...
actually it is a old city-state it was on my 6th grade Greek mtyhologly test
The best known Greek god that played an instrument was Apollo, who played the Lyre.
Agamemnon was the King of Mycenae (now part of Greece) at the time of the Trojan War. Paris took Menelaus's wife, Helen back to Troy and thus caused the war. Menelaus was Agamemnon's brother- by the way - and King of Sparta. In Greek mythology, Agamemnon is the son of King Atreus of Mycenae...
The Trojans. The gods Poseidon and Apollo built the famous wall, though.
Most of them were killed in the war.
To become the greatest of heroes, and so be remembered forever,living on in people's memories.
a special chicken called posiden he layed golden eggs and they helped ots of people who entered the Olympics and only adults could join the Olympics the golden eggs were only layed once a year and only one lucky person got the egg
...erm... your question really doesn't make much sense. Could you try re-phrasing it?
According to Homer, ten years, but it should be remembered that Homer may have been more of a storyteller than a historian, and the actual Trojan War might have been longer or shorter.
The kidnapping took place at night, so Menelaus was asleep.
The Greeks burned the city to the ground.
Aeneas, the son of Aphrodite. Throughout the war, his mother, Apollo, and Zeus took care of him.
I believe you are talking about Helen, the wife of Menelaus, who was taken to Troy by Paris, who was the son of King Prium and Queen Hecuba.
The fairy tale is that his goddess-mother dipped him in the RiverStyx to make him impervious to wounds. But she held him by the heelto do this, and so his heel was vulnerable, of which the cunningTrojan prince Paris took advantage and shot him there with anarrow, killing him.
I have exclusive information that she was into baseball. Hobbies and past time activities in ancient Greece were theater, listening to stories from ''aidos'' (like a bard), games with dices and small balls (''oboloi'') and for women, specially of royal lineage, weaving.
role of sinon in helen of troy
He had to be, though the principal weapon was the spear.
Menelaus was the King of Sparta, and was married to Helen.
The Greeks never wanted to gain control of Troy, Menelaus just wanted his wife Helen back from Paris.
He was sung about for centuries by the strolling bards, then wasincorporated into a written account by the poet Homer, and passeddown to us.
Menelaus and Agamemnon were brothers. Menelaus was the king of Sparta, and Agamemnon was the commander of the Achaeans in the Trojan war. Menelaus was married to Helen, and Agamemnon was married to Clytemnestra.
It varies from a great warrior to a sulky brat when his girlfriendwas taken over by the king, to a child rapist and killer of aTrojan child at a water fountain.
Greek, Indian, Persian, and Egyptian
Self aggandisement, violence, courage, warfare, murder, sulkiness,woman and child abuse.
Troy was a city in Asia Minor.
His parents were King Priam of Troy and Queen Hecuba; it was foretold that he would cause the ruin of Troy, so he was abandoned on Mount Ida.
For a long time the battle was only held outside the walls of Troy. But after many years of warfare, Odysseus finally came up with a plan of the Trojan horse. A wild tale was concocted that would lead the Trojans to believe that they must allow the entrance of the horse. When night came and the...
Achilles' big disagreement is with King Agamemnon.
The inhabitants of the city of Troy, led by king Priam. His son Hector was the foremost warrior. Prince Paris was the one who killed the Greek Achilles.
He would be the downfall of their city.
The Trojan horse was Odyseus' idea (Ulysses) but the goddess of wisdom, Athena gave him the idea.
It is unknown exactly what Paris looked like, but I imagine that he wasn't bad-looking ;)
He plans for the trojans to take the Trojan horse and burn down troy
No; Helen was the wife of the Spartan king, Menelaus.
As it is a war saga, look at some competing films of the past- the motion picture The Longest Day- was entirely about the Normandy Invasion- also called D-day, but did opt for an original title- Iliad- the Trojan saga, maybe sounds too academic- this is unavoidable with films like Macbeth, but that...