Unformatted text preview: troops are in the horse, we will be in great danger. Ya’ll should never trust the Greeks, for the Greeks are always deceitful.” Then, he hits the horse by a spear. Anger of Minerva is great; the goddess sends two snakes from the sea. Oh the unfortunate Laocoon! The evil snakes strangle you own and (your) two sons. The Trojans fear the goddess; they lead the horse into the city. The judgment of Laocoon teaches the Trojans nothing....
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- Fall '08
- Greek Mythology, TRANSLATION WHEELOCK CHAP