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Trojan War Hero Ajax and the Anguish of War in Ancient Greece

Sophocles' tragedy Ajax, about a triumphant Greek hero of the Trojan War who was driven to suicide, powerfully explores the anguish of war

Stunning Trojan War Mosaic Uncovered in England

Archaeologists in the UK have recently uncovered a stunning mosaic from the Roman era depicting the famous battle between two protagonists of the Trojan...

Homer’s Iliad, the Story of the Trojan War

Homer’s Iliad is usually thought of as the first work of European literature—and many would say it is the greatest. It tells part of...

The True Date of the Trojan War

By Caleb Howells The Trojan War was one of the most significant and famous events in Greek history at least, as far as the ancient...

The Trojan War: History or Myth?

The Trojan War as described magnificently in Homer's Iliad is so vivid that is considered by many as historical fact and not an epic poem

Was Helen Really to Blame for the Trojan War – or Just a Scapegoat?

The outcome of Helen's relationship with Paris hardly needs to be repeated: the ten-year Trojan war and the destruction of the city.

WHAT has direct marketing to do with the Trojan War?

The Direct Marketing Association of Malaysia (DMAM) is using the Trojan Horse as a symbol for the DMAM Awards, to be held in Petaling...

Euripides’ The Trojan Women—An Unflinching Look at Brutality of War

The Trojan Women is a genocide narrative. In this play, the great Athenian dramatist Euripides explores the enslavement of women, human sacrifice, rape, and...

War May Not Be an Essential Part of Human Nature

Whether or not war is part of human nature has been debated throughout history. Of course, there is ample evidence of killings in archaeology,...

Ares vs. Mars: What Seperates the Greek and Roman Gods of War?

The ancient Greek and Roman gods are often virtually indistinguishable, but the two neighboring Mediterranean civilizations perceived their respective gods of war, Ares and...