The Greeks siege the city of Troy, also called Ilion.
From a surname that originally denoted a person from the city of Troyes in France. This was also the name of the ancient city that was besieged by the Greeks in Homer's 'Iliad'.
Troy was a city. According to the Iliad it was defeated by the Greeks. It did not die.
The Iliad describes the War and Siege of Troy by the Greeks.
The medicine used in the times of Homer by the Greeks, according to the Iliad, were wine and olive oil.
The Greeks or Achians.
Apollo, or, as he is called in the Iliad, "the lord of the silver bow".
The Iliad is a Greek poem, written in Greek, by Greeks, and about Greeks. The great Sumerian poem is the Epic of Gilgamish.
regarded by the ancient Greeks as literature.
Troy was attacked but it failed and the Greeks went on to loot western Asia Minor. They returned ten years later and were successful.
Homer wrote the Iliad. We cannot know WHY he wrote it the way he did.
Achilles fought with the Greeks against the besieged Trojans .
The Achaeans (Greeks) and the Trojans.
According to the Iliad, yes.
The Iliad and the Odyssey.
The Iliad was an epic poem that recounted the war between the Greeks and the Trojans. An alternate name for "Troy" was "Ilium," and in Greek the word "Iliad" roughly translates to "The Story of Troy."