Epeius, a Greek master carpenter, constructs a huge hollow wooden horse. This horse will hold Greek soldiers that when the horse is inside the walls of Troy, they would open the gates to the rest of the Greek warriors.
The Greeks sail to the island of Tenedos to offer the horse to the Trojans.
Sinon, a Greek, convinces the Trojans that the Greek had given up and were offering this horse as an offering to Athena and a gift of peace so they would bring it into Troy.
During the night, the Greeks in the horse open the gates of Troy to let the rest of the Greek army in.
The Greeks raid Troy, terrorizing everyone inside and winning the Trojan War.