The golden apple

The golden apple
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  • PART ONE
  • PART TWO
  • PART THREE
  • Queen Hecuba and King Priam the rulers of Troy had come to learn disturbing news about there new born son that he would be the downfall of Troy and he needs to be destroyed. They were not able to kill there own son so they asked Agelaus to do it.
  • PART FOUR
  • He had carried the baby to Mount Ida where he had left him there assured that he would be taken over night by nature. But a beer had come across the baby and pitted him. The Beer took him in and watched over him throughout the night and returned him in the morning to be found by Agelaus who thought it was not the baby's fait to die so he took him in raised him as his own.
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  • Now Paris has grown up to be loved by many because of his intelligence and his looks. He had a prized bull and challenged anyones bull against his own. And if any of their bulls had beat his own than they would be crowned with a golden crown. When Ares heard word of this he transformed himself into a bull and challenged him. He easily won and Paris honored his word by awarding him with the crown. The gods came to understand that he was a fair judge
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  • The Marriage of Thetis and Peleus was being planned and organized by Zeus. Zues invited all the Gods except for one Eris, who would only bring chaos. When she heard word she came to the party and threw an golden apple engraved with the words "for the fairest". All the Goddess fought for this apple until there were only three left.
  • They want Zeus to choose but he knows that it would bring the goddess that where not chosen great misery.So he sent his messenger to go get the fairest judge Paris to choose who's the fairest out of the three because he knew that he choose which one was truly the fairest.
  • When Paris comes the three goddess bribe him with different gifts. One promised to make him a ruler, than the other promised him to be a honorable warrior, and than finally the goddess of love promised him the love of the most beautiful mortal, Helen. He could not resist this offer so he chose Aphrodite the goddess of love.
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