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Greeks: Agamemnon (Mycenae), Achilles , Menelaus (Sparta), Odysseus ( Ithaca ), Ajax the Greater and Ajax the Lesser, Helen, Diomedes (Argos) etc Trojans: King Priam, Hector, Paris, Andromache, Diephobus, Cassandra,
All the gods and goddesses
All the gods and goddesses
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The Trojans were of the city of Troy on the Asian side of the Dardanelles Strait. The legend is that they had allies from other cities in Asia Minor. Their opponents were… Greek raiders, who were conducting several years of coordinated piratical raids on cities on the west coast of Asia Minor and the adjacent islands. The legend is that, after n initial failed attempt on Troy, they pillaged the rest of the coast, and in the tenth year returned to beseige Troy, which they captured after several months.
Trojans and Greeks.
The Greeks and the Trojans.
Because Eris made trouble at the banquet where she was not invited, and so threw a golden apple marked TO THE FAIREST. The goddessed all clamored to get the apple that Zeus fi…nally had to intervene. The choice was finally narrowed down to 3: Hera, Athena and Aphrodite. Paris of Troy judged the 3 goddessed not by their physical attributes but by the gifts they offered him. When Paris chose Aphrodite and handed the apple to her, the other 2 were enraged and thus sided with the Greeks when Aphrodite sided with the Trojans.
He was indeed. He was the most important member of the Greek forces.
because he was gay
Greeks: Hera Poseidon Athena Hephaetus Hermes These gods and goddesses helped the greeks in the trojan war! Trojans: Apollo Artemus Aphrodite Ares These gods were on the troja…ns' side! hope this helped xD
Yes, she was. She was in the beauty contest along with Hera and Athena, and won. For this, she gave Paris the love of the most beautiful girl on earth- Helen. Only problem- sh…e was already married.
When Agamemnon had assembled the Greek fleet at Aulis, Artemis becalmed the sea, preventing the Greeks from sailing for Troy. The seer Kalkhas declared that the goddess was wr…athful with Agamemnon and demanded the sacrifice of his eldest daughter Iphigeneia. In the Iliad, the Trojan hero Aineias was wounded in battle by Diomedes. Apollon lifted him up from the conflict and brought him to his temple where Artemis and Leto tended his wounds. After the death of Patroklos, Akhilleus' returned to the war, and Zeus again allowed the gods to return to Troy in support of their favourites. The divine factions then broke out into open conflict: Artemis stood against Hera and was beaten by the goddess.
The Trojan War started at the sea nymph Thetis and King Pelias's wedding. They had decided to invite all of the Greek gods and goddesses, except Eris, the goddess of spite. Er…is got mad and placed a golden apple with the words "for the fairest" on it, and sent it to the reception. Three goddesses, Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera, saw it, and each claimed it as their own. They started bickering, and finally asked Zeus to judge their beauty. Zeus, the king of the gods, was married to Hera, so he didn't want to get her mad at him, but he knew that if he picked her, Aphrodite and Athena would blame him for picking Hera just because they were married. So, Zeus told the tree goddesses to go to the shepherd Paris. They went, and Paris couldn't decide. He knew that it was dangerous to have a goddess mad at him, and two would be fatal. So the goddesses offered him rewards. Hera's was high honors by the people of his land, Athena's was success in war, and Aphrodite's was the love of the most beautiful woman to be found. Paris picked Aphrodite's offer. Years later, he found out that he was actually the prince of Troy, abandoned because he was destined to bring tragedy to his city. His father, the king of Troy, sent him on a mission to retrieve Paris's sister from a Grecian King, who was holding her captive. On the way, Aphrodite blew Paris's ship off coarse, and he landed in Sparta, Greece. The king, Menelaus, invited Paris into his palace, and Paris saw his wife, Helen. He immediately fell in love. She saw him shortly after, and she fell in love as well. a week or two later, when Menelaus was gone, they ran away to Troy. Menelaus was so mad that he declared war on Troy.
because it was a war in between Greece and the Trojans in which the Greeks used the Trojan horse to defeat the Trojans. This can be found in Homer's poems: the Iliad or the Od…yssey.
The Trojan wars involved only Bronze Age Aegean civilizations. This included Troy, it's allies and all the Greek city states. Are you asking which cities were involved?
After Patroclus is killed wearing Achilles' armor and the Trojans take possession of it, Hephaestus forges Achilles a new set of armor.
The Trojan War was a war over Helen of Sparta/Troy between Greece (Sparta) and modern-day Turkey.
The Trojan War was fought between the Greeks and the Trojans. After ten years of fighting, the Greeks finally conquered Troy.
In Trojan War
A looting expedition of Achaean Greeks invaded western Asia Minorand successfully captured the rich cities there, including Troy.
In the Iliad, the Greek Catalogue lists twenty-nine contingentsunder 46 captains, accounting for a total of 1,186 ships. Using theBoeotian figure of 120 men per ship results i…n a total of 142,320men transported to the Troad. They are named by various ethnonymsand had lived in 164 places described by toponyms. The majority ofthese places have been identified and were occupied in the LateBronze Age. The terms Danaans, Argives and Achaeans or the sons ofthe Achaeans are used for the army as a whole. In his Library,Apollodorus lists thirty contingents under 43 leaders with a totalof 1013 ships, Hyginus lists 1154 ships, although the total isgiven as only 245 ships. ***The Catalogue of Ships (Ancient Greek: Î½Îµá¿¶Î½ ÎºÎ±ÏÎ¬Î»Î¿Î³Î¿Ï, neÅnkatalogos) is an epic catalogue in Book 2 of Homer's Iliad(2.494-759), which lists the contingents of the Achaean army thatsailed to Troy.