Queen Hecuba of Troy gave birth to a son named Paris who was left Mount Ida to die.
Agelaus took Paris to his home to keep the boy as his own son.
Zeus needs you
I'll do it
One day Paris offered a challenge, his bull would fight anyone else bull. When Ares heard this he transformed himself into a bull and easily won. Paris proved he was fair and gave Ares the crown after this the Gods came to understand Paris was a man who kept his word.
I give to you the golden apple
When Eris learned of the feast she was not invited to she rushed in with a golden apple with the words for the fairest on it. Every Goddess rushed to the fruit, but only 3 remained Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera.
"The shepherd Paris of Troy will select the fairest goddess," Zeus proclaimed.Zeus instructed his son, Hermes the messenger, to lead the goddesses to Mount Ida. When Hermes explained the task, Paris could not refuse. No one refused a command from Zeus.
there on Mount Ida, Paris could not resist Aphrodite's offer. He handed Eris' golden apple to her. And when he raided the house of King Menelaus and stole Helen away to Troy, he received Aphrodite's gift of Helen's love.