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Transcript of Iliad
Princess and foresees the fall of
Troy if her brother lives. The three goddesses:
(Hera, Aprhodite, Athena)
go to Paris to judge who is fairest. Paris awards the apple to Aphrodite. Odysseus, King of Ithaca and creator of the Trojan Horse. Wise Greek Hero. Cassandra, daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba
– a prophetess. Paris, son of Priam and Hecuba, named Alexandros and the cause of the Trojan War. Helen, daughther of Zeus and most beautiful woman in the world. Wife of Menelaus. Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra was sacrificed to Artemis for wind. Calchus is Agamemnon's prophet. Queen Hecuba, wife of Priam and mother to Hector and Paris. Clytemnestra, Iphigenia’s mother
and Agamemnon’s wife. Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, leader of the Greek army, brother to Menelaus. Prince Hector, Priam and Hecuba’s oldest son, Trojan hero that felled Patroclus. King Priam of Troy, husband to Hecuba, father of Cassandra
Hector and Paris. The Greeks hide inside the
horse until the Trojans are asleep. The goal was to unlock the gate to let the rest of the Greek army into the city. Sinon, cousin of
Odysseus left behind to "sell" the story. Achilles, great of the
Greek warriors. Dipped in the river Styx by mother Thetis. King Priam pleas for
Hector's body. To change Achilles heart, the King becomes a humble petitioner. Paris breaks the trust
and respect between host
and guest. Aeneas, his father and son were the only Trojans to survive. Their decendants are believed to be the first Roman settlers. King Tyndarius of Sparta, father of Helen and Clytemnestra,