Submitted date May 6, 2010
VS WORLD HISTORY: UNIT 2: LESSON 11 ASSIGNMENT
The war was fought between the armies Greeks and Trojan with their allies, and location of Phrygian city of Troy the war lasted for ten years and it has traditionally dated from 1194bc to 1184bc the war over hector petty wife. Yes there a Trojan war there were a lot of fact on the war while some may believe the story as true.
The lliad is a work of fiction. Sadly there are no such things as human god’s earth. Homers story has been retold in many languages and venues, However it is not a factual account.
The advantage was Trireme Ship that this way a ship could have two rows of oars on each side, upper row of oars-men was sitting on upper bench more outside it giant warship with than 7000 crew member. Battle tank was moving the ship very slow but the tank was extremely useful they drop the tanker to move faster.
I was a great battle raged around the dead Achilles Odysseus held back Trojans, while Ajax carried the body away. There were two hero’s had harm to the Trojans. After the war, Polyxena, daughter of Priam, was sacrificed at the tomb of Achilles and Astyanax, son of Hector, was also sacrificed, signifying the end of the war.
Aeneas, a Trojan prince, managed to escape the destruction of Troy, and Virgil’s Aeneid tells of his flight from Troy. Many sources say that Aeneas was the only Trojan prince to survive, but this statement contradicts the common story that Andromache was married to Helenus, twin of Cassandra, after the war.
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Menelaus, who had been determined to kill his faithless wife, was soon taken by Helen’s beauty and seductiveness that he allowed her to live. The surviving Trojan women were divided among the Greek men along with the other plunder. The Greeks then set sail for home, which, for some, proved as difficult and took as much time as the Trojan War itself Odysseus and Menelaus.