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Trojan War

Summary: An essay looking at what gods were on which side in the Trojan War.
In the Trojan War, the gods decide to take sides as to whom they favor most. The Greeks and Trojans are fighting a war started by a dispute between three gods, so different gods take different sides depending on the outcome of this dispute and where their loyalties lie, whether it be to another god or just to a mortal. There were many gods who participated in the war, and all of them had their own thoughts about it in the end. It is clear that without the gods choosing sides, the war would have been entirely different.

There were many gods helping the Trojans to win the war. Thetis, who was Achilles' mother, were angry with the Greeks for taking away her son's maiden and betraying him, so she called on Zeus to help the Trojans win. Zeus himself preferred the Trojans, but he did not fully...

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