The Trojan Horse
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1'180 B.C. Outside the gates of Troy
It's time, get in the horse!
1'180 B.C. Entering Troy
Something isn't right here...
1'180 B.C. The final Take-Down
It was during the Trojan war, that the Greeks decided to build a giant wooden horse to gain entrance into their enemy's land (Troy).
The Greeks persuaded the Trojans claiming that the horse was an offering to Athena (goddess of war) that would make Troy impregnable.
Once they gained entrance into Troy, they waited till the Trojan's were all asleep. At this time, they came out of the horse, opened the gates for the rest of their army, and ultimately took over Troy. Thus ending the war and our story.
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