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The Trojan War took place in approximately the 13th century. The ancient Greeks defeated the City of Troy.
The Trojan War started after an incident at the wedding feast of Peleus, the king of Thessaly, and Thetis, a sea goddess. All the gods and goddesses of Mt. Olympus had been invited except Eris, the goddess of discord. Eris was offended and tried to stir up trouble among the guests at the feast.
She sent a golden apple inscribed "For the most beautiful. Paris judged the quarrel and awarded the apple to Aphrodite because she had promised him Helen, the most beautiful woman in the world.
Menelaus organized Greek war against Troy to get Helen back. The Greeks battled for ten years but could not defeat Troy. The fall of Troy occurred when the Greeks built a large hollow horse and placed it outside the walls of Troy.
The Trojans took the horse inside and thought the had won the war and the horse was a gift from the Greeks. Later that night, the Greeks stormed from the horse and opened the gates to allow their fellow warriors in and the Greeks conquered the City of Troy.
Ancient Greece was the birthplace of Western civilization about years ago. Greek civilization consisted mainly of small city-states.
A city- state consisted of a city or town and the surrounding villages and farmland. The Greek city-states were independent and quarreled often with one-another. The Greeks believed that certain gods and goddesses watched over them and directed their daily lives. Families would try to please these gods by offering sacrifices, gifts, and ceremonies.
Greeks flocked to oracles to consult priests and priestesses to answer questions and fore-tell the future.
Greek men enjoyed drinking, talking, and dancing at parties. They also like sports and religious festivals Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle are the most important Greek philosophers. Socrates taught by carefully questioning his listeners to expose the weaknesses of their ideas and arguments. Plato explored such subjects as beauty, justice, and good government.
Aristotle summed up the achievements of Greek philosophy and science. His authority on many topics remained unquestioned for more than years Most Ancient Greeks were suspicious of philosophers and their theories. They continued to believe in superstitions and in myths.
In BC, an Athens jury sentenced Socrates to death for showing disrespect to the gods.
Greek architects, sculptors, and painters made great contributions to the arts. They were trying to create ideal beauty based on equal proportions. Greek sculptors portrayed figures of gods, goddesses, and human beings. Music often was played with Greek plays.
Melody was common and harmony was not. The government of Athens was headed by Pericles for most of the Golden Age. An assembly of all male citizens would pass the laws, at the height of its power, Athens had the most advanced democracy in Greece.
The Parthenon in Athens is a Greek Temple. Athena was the goddess of wisdom and warfare. Apollo the god of the sun and of poetry represented the ideal young man. The ancient Greeks built Athens upon a great plateau upon a great hill. The flat hill covers about ten acres. Athens became known as the Acropolis.
The Greek words akro and polis mean high city. The Athenians built temples and public buildings on the Acropolis. By BC the Athenians had built a wall around most of the city. The Athenians built a temple to Athena on the hill.Published and unpublished information on Multics.
References to ( online) technical papers and books, 74 (68 online) theses and technical reports, internal memos, and ( online) manuals. The Trojan War started at the wedding of King Peleus, king of Myrmidons and the sea nymph named Thetis. The Trojans thought that it was a gift from the Greeks and to show that they had given up.
Almost all the Trojan was killed except Aeneas (the son of Aphrodite) and Anchises. All papers are for research and reference purposes only 3/5(4).
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