Inside the Walls of Troy Setting & Symbolism

Clemence McLaren
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Sparta

Sparta is one of the major city-states of ancient Greece, known for its military power. The strict social structure of Sparta focuses on physical prowess with the strongest and best fighters at the top of the pyramid.

Athens

Athens is a powerful city-state in ancient Greece, known for its pursuit of and emphasis on the arts, learning, and philosophy.

The Minotaur

The Minotaur is Theseus’s ship, named after his greatest foe and most famous victory. Theseus sails away on the Minotaur with Helen when he kidnaps her as a child.

Troy

Troy is a Turkish city once thought to be purely mythical but discovered by Heinrich Schliemann in 1868. The fields in front of the walls of Troy are the site of the bloody battles of the Trojan War.

The Trojan Horse

The Trojan Horse is the horse built by the Greeks in order to trick and...

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