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Mythology

greek heros

TermDefinition
Helen The most beautiful women in the world. Also the face who sailed a thousand ships.
10 years The Trojan war lasted .
Paris Fell in love with Helen and took her. Fought on the Trojans side.
Achillies Fought for the Achaeans and is the best warrior in the world.
Iliad and Odyssey The Trojan War writen down as poems
Homer invented the stories of Trojan War (Iliad and Odyssey)
Apollo Fought for the Trojans
Aphrodite Fought for the Trojans
Cassandra Seen the trick of the horse.
Wooden Horse A trick made by the Trojans.
Thetis Achillies mom.
Athena Fought for the Achaeans
Ares Fought for the Trojans.
Hector Was the hero on the Trojan side. Killed by Achillies
Menelaus Husband of Helen.
Agamemnon The leader of the Achaeans
Priam The leader of Troy
Iphigenia The daughter of Agamemnom. Whom died from the sacrafice that her father did.
Peleus Achillies dad