Fall of troy

Trojan War by Samantha Raygoza

  • Jan 1, 1000

    The wedding of the king.

    Eris was the goddess of discard and was liked by no one. She only ever caused trouble.Which is why she was not invited to the wedding of King Peleous. She was infurited of the thought of not being invited so she decided to ruin the ceremony by throwing a golden apple into it. The golden apple said," For the Fairest." Three godesses thought it was for them ; Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena.
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Zeus' choice.

    Since Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera all thought they were the fairest, they asked Zeus to make a competition. Zeus however turned them down because he knew the chaos they would all make. But, he did tell them to go ask Paris the Prince of Troy to judge their competition.
  • Jan 2, 1000

    Paris, prince of Troy

    The three goddesses went to Paris to bribe him into claiming who's the fairest. Hera promised him Lordship over all of Europe. Athena promised to lead him into a victory against the Greeks. And Aphrodite promised him a beautiful woman. Paris went with Aphrodite's bribe and claimed her the fairest.
  • Jan 7, 1000

    The true fairest

    Helen was a Greek girl who was truly the fairest of them all. Helen had many wedding proposals, but her father, King Tynderus, disapproved of them all. Except for a man named Menelaus. Menelaus was the brother of Agamemnon. King Tynderus made Menelaus King of Sparta. However, Aphrodite would need to hold up her promise to Paris and get him one of the fairest girls.
  • Jul 1, 1000


    Menelaus let Paris into his house where his wife , Helen, is. While Paris was in the house with Helen, Menelaus had left to Crete.The whole reason why Paris even went over to their house was because he planned to steal Helen in which he did. By the time Menelaus had come back they were both long gone.
  • Dec 1, 1000

    Menelaus troops'

    When Menedaus found out that Paris stole his wife he got really infuriated. He immediately started to send troops to Troy . He had two key players in his army which were Odyysseus and Achilles but neither of them wanted to go to war against Troy.
  • Dec 7, 1000


    Odysseus didn't like Helen so he really didn't think there was a reason to go to war against Troy. But he was still tricked into it so he ended up going.
  • Dec 8, 1000


    Achilles's mother, Thetis, begged him not to go to war because he would get killed.But, he went anyways.
  • Dec 10, 1000

    The departure

    Menelaus' fleet meets up in Aullis in order to make the tough journey to Troy. Aullis was a terrible dangerous place though. The goddess Artemis made sure of this. In order for anyone to pass through Aullis a sacrifice had to be made.
  • Jan 1, 1001

    The first footsteps

    Protesilaus was first to set foot on Troy. This was very brave of him because it was said that the first person who set foot on Troy would be the first to die. The Gods even rewarded his bravery and arose him from the dead to see his wife Laodomia.
  • Jan 1, 1010


    Agamemnon took Apollo's priest’s daughter Chrysies. Time passed and he wasn't returned her so Apollo unleashed sickness and death upon the Greeks. So, Agamemnon had no choice but to return Chrysies.
  • Jan 7, 1010

    Agamemnon the greedy

    Agamemnon was not pleased that he had to return Chrysies and so he took Achilles' girl ,Briseis. This angered Achilles, but not as much as it angered his mother. Achilles' mother asked Zeus (who favored the Trojans) to give the Trojans victory.
  • Jan 10, 1010

    Zeus decieves agamemnon

    Zeus comes to Agamemnon in a dream and tells him that he will have a great victory if he leaves Achilles behind. Agamemnon did just that which didn't go over well for the Greeks.
  • Feb 1, 1010


    Diomedes was the son of Aphrodite. Yet he fought for the Greeks while she fought for the Trojans. Diomedes stabbed Ares with a little help from Athena. Ares was the Trojan's main man. He was wounded and without him they had to retreat.
  • Feb 14, 1010

    Paris vs. Menelaus

    Paris and Menelaus fought each other. Menelaus was winning until Aphrodite stepped in and Paris vanished. Agamemnon then talked to both the Trojans and the Greeks claiming that the Greeks had won and they were going to take Helen and be on their way. Just as the Trojan's were going to give up Helen Athena and Hera provoked both sides to proceed with the war.
  • Feb 16, 1010

    Troy begs for mercy

    Prince Hector's brother says that the Trojan's should offer Athena a beautiful robe and show her mercy. However, Athena denies the robe gesture and continues fighting for the Greeks.
  • Feb 24, 1010

    Zeus's order

    Zeus orders all immortals to stay in Olympus. He gives this order because he knows there is about to be a battle.
  • Feb 25, 1010

    The large battle

    Zeus was right. A large battle was occuring. The Greeks were having a hard time and the Trojans had them nearly back to their ships. Even Agamemnon was ready to quit. A Greek man named Nestor stated that the Greeks needed to stay and try to win. Odysseus claimed that if Agamemnon had not upset Achilles then they would not have been so defeated by the Trojans.
  • Feb 27, 1010


    Hera seduces Zeus and made him forget about the Trojans and the war. The battle was now in favor of the Greeks. The Greeks had almost won when Zeus had come to his senses. Quickly Zeus blamed Hera but she told him that his memory loss was Poseidon's fault. Zeus believed her some-what and sent Poseidon a warning to lay off. Poseidon ,having no idea what Zeus was talking about, laid off and the Greeks were losing again.
  • Feb 28, 1010

    The tragedy of Patroclus

    The Trojans were now very close to winning the war. Being that Achilles refused to put on his armor, and lead his men in hopes that he would be able to turn the tides of war, his best friend Patroclus took his place. Patroclus put on Achilles armor and led his men into battle. Not too long after he led Achilles' men into battle was he then killed by Hector.
  • Mar 2, 1010

    Achilles feels guilty

    Achilles sees his friends Agamemnon and Odysseus very injured. He realizes that the only way the Greeks will have a chance to even survive the war is if he joins the greeks and fights.
  • Mar 4, 1010

    Achilles vs. Hector

    Achilles knew that it was predicted he would die right after Hector. Yet that didn't stop him from killing Hector. Achilles wanted to revenge because of the death of Patroclus, his best friend. Achilles killed Hector with help from Athena. Achilles doesn't even respect Hector's last wish which was to return his body to his parents, the king and queen of Troy.
  • Mar 5, 1010

    Hector's body

    Achilles tied Hector's body to his chariot instead of returning it. He dragged his body all around the walls of Troy. Angered, Zeus took action and sent Iris to tell Achilles he needed to return Hector's body, yet he didn't. Then Priam, Hector's father, reached out to Achilles and begged for his son's body back. Achilles was so touched that he returned Hector's body and told Priam that the Greeks were going to hold off on the war until Hector's funeral was over.
  • Mar 26, 1010

    Achilles's armor

    When Achilles died there was a large fight as to what would happen with his armor. It was believed that the armor should go to Odysseus or Ajax. Odysseus won the armor which really upset Ajax. So, Ajax tried killing Odysseus but ended up killing himself.
  • Apr 1, 1010

    Bow and Arrows

    An oracle said that the Greeks could not win the war unless they had the bow and arrow of Hercules. Odysseus set out to go get these items.
  • Oct 1, 1010

    The death of Paris

    Paris is killed by Achilles 's son ,Neptolemus. Although Paris dies and the Greeks have Hercules' armor ,Troy does not fall.
  • Nov 30, 1010

    The wooden horse

    Odysseus has his men construct a wooden horse that will be wheeled into the gates of Troy. The Greek ships will leave and a solider will stay behind to confirm this information. Then at night when all of Troy is asleep the Greek ships will sail back and the soldiers will emerge from the horse to attack and destroy Troy from the inside out.
  • Dec 31, 1010

    The attack on Troy

    At night the Greeks invade Troy lighting it on fire. Achille's son kills Priam and all men and children are killed. The women were rounded up for slavery purposes.
  • Do events affect future ones or simply precede them ?

    I agree that events in life can affect future ones because one little simple thing can evolve into something big. If a counry goes into a war with another country, then it will chance how the future turns out.