aeneid: troy scene (week 1)
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Let's build a great wooden horse and then hide inside it. Once the Trojans take it inside the city, we'll escape and finally conquer Troy!
Hi, I'm Greek, but you can trust me...You should keep the horse inside your city for the night, great idea...!
What should we do with this giant wooden horse?
The Greeks have been attacking Troy for almost ten years. The tides of victory have swung equally between both sides. Now, the Greeks and Trojans are getting desperate. They each have lost their best warriors, Hector and Achilles.
Hehehe, this will work so well...hehehehehe
The Greek tactician Odysseus has an idea!
The next morning, the Trojans wake up to a big wooden horse sitting outside their walls. They take it in the city to decide what to do...
That night, the Greeks soldiers sneak out of the horse, open the city gates, and begin setting fire to Troy.
The Trojans wake up to fire and screams.
Aeneas and his family flee the burning city and escape. Aeneas brings his father and son to safety and sails off to found Rome...
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