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When Paris heard about Helen, he decided to go to see her. Then they fell in love, and Paris stole Helen. When Menelaus heard about it, he collected all of Helen's lovers, and… sailed the ships to Troy. They made a deal with Agamemnon, that they are going to fight together, and if they win, Menelaus is going to get Helen, and Agamemnon- Troy.
Troy! But this story isn't true though. Its a myth. But in Homer's story he was born in Troy. fhgjfhm
Prince Paris of Troy was a mortal man picked by Zeus to judge on the fairest of the goddesses Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera. In order to bribe him, Athena offered him all the kn…owledge in the world for picking her, Hera offered to him the position of ruler of the world, and Aphrodite offered him the most beautiful woman in the world - Helen of Sparta. Being young and foolish, Paris picked Aphrodite, and that night, he kidnapped Helen of Sparta and secreted her away to Troy. This infuriated the Greeks and they immediately set upon attacking Troy.
No he does not
The nymph Oenone.
He is one of the princes of troy, who, by the help of Aphrodite, trickes Helena, the queen of Sparta, into being his lover in Troy.
The full names of Paris, Menelaus, and Helen are just Paris, Menelaus, and Helen. Family/last names were not usually used in Ancient Greek times.
Orlando Bloom plays the part of Paris in 'Troy'(2004)
Paris died after he was wounded by Philoctetes, during the Trojan war.
Troy, a.k.a. Turkey.
Yes. He is the son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba. But because he was predicted to be the cause of Troy's demise, they abandoned him on Mount Ida. There, he lived as a simple …shepherd and a nymph named Oenones. fell in love with him. Later, after winning athletic competitions, Paris was re-recognized as Priam's son.
No date of birth is ever given for Paris.
The Iliad says yes. It should be noted, however, that the only reason that she did is because Aphrodite forced her to. She was the promised gift for Paris awarding the Golden …Apple of Discord to Aphrodite. It wouldn't have made much of a gift if the woman didn't want him too.
No. It is named after the Gaulish tribe of the Parisii which lived here two thousand years ago.
He's the one who was asked to award the Golden Apple, he's the one who spirited away Helen of Sparta, and he's the one who shot the arrow that killed Achilles.