son of the goddess Venus and the mortal Anchises
the son of king Priam of Troy, abducted Helen
Queen of Sparta, was abducted by Paris and brought toTroy
Helen's outraged husband
king of Mycenae, assembled a large army with contingents drawn from all regions of Greece; was the High king of the Greeks
Greek poet, wrote two famous poems called the Illiad and the Odyssey
the most cunning of the Greeks, was a famous hero of the Greek army
the mightiest warrior, was famous hero of the Greek army
one of King Priam's sons, greatest warrior who commanded the Trojan army, managed to take the city
a goddess who was offended by the greets, so they gave her a "gif't"; the Trojan horse
caught by surprise Notecase of the Greeks attacking them, tried to defend their city
Aeneas's wife died when trying to escape
daughter of King Latinus, her country, Lavinium was named after her, marries Aeneas
ruler of Latium
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