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Helen of Troy - History for Kids! __ A brief overview of who Helen was and some excellent links to more resources about Helen. - From -


History of the Trojan War __ A good overview of the history of the Trojan War. - From -


MythNET - The Trojan War __ A summary of the story of the Trojan war as written by Homer and Aeschylus. - From -


Stories of the Trojan War __ Some background information about the stories of the Trojan War. - From -


Story of the Trojan War __ "The history of the Trojan war, just like any other story out of Greek Mythology, begins with the Gods."  A summary of the Trojan War and what happened afterward. - From -  


Trojan Horse __ An encyclopedic article about the Trojan Horse with links to related materials. - From Wikipedia - 


Trojan War __ A general overview of the Trojan War in click-to-read format and embedded links to related materials. - From -   



Trojan War __ "The Trojan War was a war waged, according to legend, against the city of Troy in Asia Minor by the armies of the Achaeans, following the kidnapping (or elopement) of Helen of Sparta by Paris of Troy. The war is among the most important events in Greek mythology and was narrated in a cycle of epic poems of which only two, the Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer, survive intact." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - from wikipedia -


The Trojan War __ Brief account of Homers' causes of the Trojan War. You will also find a long bibliography. - From - 


The Trojan War __ "When Paris abducted Helen to Troy, all the Greek princes were bound by the oath they had taken when they were courting her. Since it was their duty to help Menelaus recover Helen, the Greeks sent one thousand ships to Troy to recover Helen; hence the saying, “A face that could launch a thousand ships”.  A general overview. - From -

The Trojan War __ General information and a list of events along with links to related materials. - From -


Trojan War Facts and FAQs __ Questions and answers about the Trojan War. - From -




The Trojan War - Fun Facts and Information __ General trivia about the Trojan War. - From -


Trojan War heroes - National Academic Quiz Tournaments, LLC __ You need to know these Trojan War heroes. - From -


The Trojan War/Horse - Ancient Greece for Kids __ An overview of the Trojan War for kids along with access to many other resources. - From -


Trojan War Resources - The History Guide __ A long essay about the Trojan War and a short (but excellent) list of resources. - From -  




Trojan War Summary __ Review the high points of the Trojan Was in this exam summary. - From -


Trojan War: The Trojan Epic Wars and Troy __ "The Story of the Trojan War in mythology is told through passages from Homer's Illiad and the works of other classic poets...The war was waged against Troy by the Greeks and lasted for ten years. The war was caused by the abduction of Helen by Paris...The war ended with the destruction of Troy." Detailed site with a great deal of information about the Trojan war and the Fall of troy in the form of click-to-read articles. - illustrated - From LoveToKnow Corp. - 

Was There a Trojan War? __ Perhaps not. Troy's chief archaeologist weighs in on the Western world's most mythic battle. - illustrated - From Archaeological Institute of America - 


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