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Trojan War Chloe Culbertson
Zeus's grandson's wedding ceremony with his future wife, Helen.
Athen offered wisdom, Hera offered power, and Aphrodite offered true love.
Aris shows up, angered at why she was not invited. She has a golden apple in her hand. Whoever is the fairest gets the apple.
Aphrodite wins the apple, and takes her son's, Cupid, bow and arrow, and shoots Helen, to make her fall in love with a man named Paris from Troy. Paris takes Helen back to Troy with him.
This angered Zeus's grandson, who is Sparta's leader. He decided he was going to get his wife back from Troy.
Let's say we are going out to sea, give the Trojans a fake celebratory wooden horse, and put thirty men inside of it, then attack when the gates open.
One day, a Greek general, Odysseus, came up with a devious plan to get Sparta's leader's wife back from Troy where Paris had taken her.
Thirty Spartan soldiers are inside a wooden horse in which they would use to get inside Troy and get Helen back.
That night, the Trojans did exactly as the Greeks had planned. They took the horse and the thirty Greek men leaped out of the horse and attacked the Trojans and got Helen back.
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