Trojan War
In Greek mythology, the Trojan War was waged against the city of Troy by the Achaeans (Greeks) after Paris of Troy took Helen from her husband Menelaus king of Sparta. The war is one of the most impor...
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Troy
Troy (Ancient Greek: Ἴλιον, Ilion, or Ἴλιος, Ilios; and Τροία, Troia; Latin: Trōia and Īlium; Hittite: Wilusa or Truwisa; Turkish: Truva) is a city well-known to both history and legend (...
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Tyrrhenian languages
Tyrsenian (also Tyrrhenian), named after the Tyrrhenians (Ancient Greek (Ionic): Τυρσηνοί Tursēnoi), is a hypothetical extinct family of closely related ancient languages proposed by Helmut Rix (1998)...
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El Juicio de Paris (Simonet)
El Juicio de Paris (The Judgment of Paris in English) is an oil-on-canvas painting of the Greek myth, the Judgment of Paris. It was executed in 1904 by Enrique Simonet Lombardo, a Spanish painter, and...
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Trojan Horse
The Trojan Horse is a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. In the canonical version, after a fruitless 10-year siege, the Greek...
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Otus of Cyllene
Otus was a mythological hero from Kyllini, Elis.He participated in the Trojan War and his commander was Epeus of Elis. According to Homer, in Hector's exit from the Trojan walls, he fought in a drast...
Homeric Question
The Homeric Question concerns the doubts and consequent debate over the identity of Homer, the authorship of the Iliad and Odyssey, and historicity, especially of the Iliad. The subject has its roots...
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Returns from Troy
The Returns from Troy are the stories of how the Greek leaders returned after their victory in the Trojan War. Many Achaean heroes did not return to their homes, but died or founded colonies outside t...
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Phillip Parotti
Phillip Elliott Parotti (born May 18, 1941) is an American fiction writer and educator. Parotti was born in Silver City, New Mexico, the son of Abramo Angelo Parotti, a college professor, and Jerry An...
Heinrich Schliemann
Heinrich Schliemann ([ˈʃliːman]; 6 January 1822 – 26 December 1890) was a German businessman and a pioneer of field archaeology. He was an advocate of the historical reality of places mentioned in the...
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Backdoor Shell
A backdoor shell is a malicious piece of code (e.g. PHP, Python, Ruby) that can be uploaded to a site to gain access to files stored on that site. Once it is uploaded, the hacker can use it to edit, d...
Beast (Trojan horse)
Beast is a Windows-based backdoor trojan horse, more commonly known in the underground hacking community as a Remote Administration Tool or RAT. It is capable of infecting versions of Windows from 95 ...
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Makri
Makri (Greek: Μάκρη) is a Greek island, one of the Echinades, in the Ionian Islands group. It is located on the far southeast side of the Gulf of Makri. It is administered by the municipality of I...
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Double Heroides
The Double Heroides are a set of six epistolary poems allegedly composed by Ovid in Latin elegiac couplets, following the fifteen poems of his Heroides, and numbered 16 to 21 in modern scholarly editi...
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Manfred Korfmann
Manfred Osman Korfmann (April 26, 1942 in Cologne – August 11, 2005, in Ofterdingen, Baden-Württemberg) was a German archaeologist.
As a school assistant in Beit Jala/Bethlehem (West Bank, t...
List of Trojan War characters
This is a list of mythological characters who appear in narratives concerning the Trojan War.
* See Catalogue of Ships
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Teichoscopy
Teichoscopy or teichoscopia, meaning "viewing from the walls," is a recurring narrative strategy in ancient Greek literature. One famous instance of teichoscopy occurs in Homer's Iliad, Book 3, lines ...
Sinon
In Greek mythology, Sinon (Greek: "Σίνων", from the verb "σίνομαι"—sinomai, "to harm, to hurt") a son of Aesimus (son of Autolycus), or of the crafty Sisyphus, was a Greek warrior during the Trojan Wa...
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Epic Cycle
The Epic Cycle (Greek: Ἐπικός Κύκλος, Epikos Kyklos) was a collection of Ancient Greek epic poems that related the story of the Trojan War, which includes the Cypria, the Aethiopis, the so-called ...
Philoctetes (Sophocles)
Philoctetes (Ancient Greek: Φιλοκτήτης, Philoktētēs; English pronunciation: /ˌfɪləkˈtiːtiːz/, stressed on the third syllable, -tet-) is a play by Sophocles (Aeschylus and Euripides also each wrot...
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Lusus Troiae
The Lusus Troiae, also as Ludus Troiae and ludicrum Troiae ("Troy Game" or "Game of Troy") was an equestrian event held in ancient Rome. It was among the ludi ("games"), celebrated at imperial funeral...
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Demoleon
Demoleon ( died circa 1190 B.C.) was a Trojan warrior. The son of Antenor and Theano, he was a tough defensive fighter that was killed by Achilles during the Trojan War.Born into a peaceful family tha...
Enispe
Enispe (Ancient Greek: Ὲνίσπη) was a city in ancient Arcadia. It was mentioned by Homer in the Second Rhapsodies of the Iliad as one of the Arcadian cities that participated in the Trojan War, le...
Teuthis
Teuthis (Ancient Greek: Τεύθις) was a city in ancient Arcadia. It was part of the region of Orchomenus. It was abandoned when Megalopolis was founded. There were sanctuaries of Athena, Aphrodite,...
Apisaon
In Greek mythology, the name Apisaon (Ancient Greek: Ἀπισάων) refers to two defenders of Troy during the Trojan War:
Blackhole exploit kit
The Blackhole exploit kit is as of 2012 the most prevalent web threat, where 28% of all web threats detected by Sophos and 91% by AVG are due to this exploit kit. Its purpose is to deliver a malicious...
Menon (Trojan)
Menon (in Greek Mενων) was a Trojan soldier killed by Leonteus in the Trojan War as detailed by Homer in the Iliad (XII.201).There is also a Trojan chieftain or king by the same name, mentioned by the...