The Trojan War Timeline||Amanda Walker

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In History
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Marriage of King Peleus

    Marriage of King Peleus
    This was an important wedding between Peleus and Thetis. All the gods and goddesses were there but one. Eris,goddess of discord, wasn't invited to the wedding. This stir up trouble.
  • Jan 1, 1000

    The Golden Apple

    The Golden Apple
    Eris, who is angry at the Gods, throws a beauty contest. She throws an apple between the goddesses and marks it for the fairest of them.The Goddesses continue to argye over who is until Zeus sends them to Paris, Prince of Troy, to judge the contest.
  • Jan 2, 1000

    The Judgement of Paris

    The Judgement of Paris
    The Goddesses Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena meet Pais and bribe him to choose who is the fairest of the three. They all give their reasons why, and Paris is left to cfhoose. Paris eventually chooses Aphrodite's bribe to have the most beautiful woman in the world. This was basically the start of the Trojan War.
  • Jan 5, 1000

    Abduction of Helen

    Abduction  of Helen
    As promised, Paris gets the most beautiful woman in the world. Helen was the most beautiful woman in the world. She was "abducted" by Paris and Aphrodite.But she was newly selected to be the wife of Menelaus, a Spartan King. When Menelaus returns home to find Helen gone, and see she is taken by Paris, an invasion fleet is prepared to attack the city of Troy.
  • Jan 10, 1000

    Preparing to attack!

    Preparing to attack!
    The Greek army and fleet ready for the invasion of Troy. The Greek army will be led by Agamemnon and will be joined by Odysseus, Achilles, and other powerful warriors. To get across the sea, the Gods demand something from the Greeks for a sacrifice.Agamemnon's daughter Iphigenia is put to death and the Greeks set sail.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Invading Troy

    Invading Troy
    The Greek fleet, 100 ships strong, reaches the Simois River by Troy. The first man is killed as result of war,Protesilaus, who was the first Greek off the ships.
  • Feb 5, 1000

    Siege of Troy

    Siege of Troy
    The Greeks attack Troy and the battle continues for the next nine years without any clear result.
  • Jan 10, 1009

    Abduction of Chryseis

    Abduction of Chryseis
    A daughter of a priest of Apollo is taken by the Greeks and Agamemnon takes her. He admits she is finer than his own wife and refuses to give her back.Apollo gets revenge and shoots flaming arrows at the Greek army. Agamemnon gives her back but Achilles must return his maiden, which angers him and his mom.
  • Feb 5, 1009

    Siege of Troy

    Siege of Troy
    Continued..
  • Feb 5, 1009

    Siege of Troy

    Siege of Troy
    Nine year seige of the city of Troy.
  • Feb 10, 1009

    Thetis and Olympus

    Thetis and Olympus
    Achille's mother, already mad, goes up to Olympus and asks for the Gods to let the Trojans win. The Gods are split: Poseidon, Hera, and Athena side with the Greeks, but Artemis, Apollo, Aphrodite, and Ares side with the Trojans.
  • Feb 15, 1009

    Menelaus vs. Paris

    Menelaus vs. Paris
    Menelaus and Paris fight outside the city of Troy. Menelaus wins against Paris but Paris is saved and taken back to the city by Aphrodite.
  • Feb 16, 1009

    Truce?

    Truce?
    Agamemnon proposes a truce but the gods get inbetween by angering a Trojan soldier and the fight continues.
  • Feb 20, 1009

    Ares joins the Trojan war.

    Ares joins the Trojan war.
    Ares comes to the battlefield on the side of the Trojans but is driven away by a great Greek warrior, Diomedes, with Athenas help.
  • Mar 1, 1009

    Retreat of the Greeks

    Retreat of the Greeks
    Hector and the Trojans push the Greeks back to their ships. The Greeks barely hold their ground by the shoreline.
  • Mar 10, 1009

    Death of Petroclus

    Death of Petroclus
    As Achilles prepares himself to go back to Greece, his bestfriend Petroclus takes his armor and leads the Greeks back against the Trojans. He wore Achilles's armor. However, soon, he is killed by Hector, who takes Achilles's armor.
  • Mar 20, 1009

    Return of Achilles

    Return of Achilles
    Achilles is angered and saddened by his bestfriend's death. This causes him to return to fight the Trojans. He has his new armor his mom gets from Hephaestus, and with his new armor he drives the Trojans back to Troy and kills Hector.
  • Mar 21, 1009

    Death of Achilles

    Death of Achilles
    Soon after killing Hector, Achilles is killed by Paris, who dies not long after.
  • Mar 30, 1009

    Death of Ajax

    Death of Ajax
    Achilles's armor was given to Oddyseus, but another great Greek warrior, Ajax, feels he has failed since he didn't get it and goes crazy before killing himself.
  • Apr 25, 1009

    Final Plan

    Final Plan
    Diomedes and Oddyseus come up with a final plan to defeat Troy by using a giant wooden horse and sneaking soldiers behind the city gates.
  • May 1, 1009

    Destruction of Troy

    Destruction of Troy
    The Trojans bring the giant wooden horse into the city, and when they fall asleep the Greeks jump out. They open the gates and the Greek army rushes in, and the city is left in ruin.
  • Period:
    Jan 1, 1000
    to
    Feb 5, 1100

    The Trojan War