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    The Trojan Saga
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    Troy and Mycenae  Myth and History
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    Mycenean Civilization Indo-European people  invaded Greece around  2000 BCE The Mycenaean  civilization flourished  between 1600 BCE and  1100 BCE Warrior aristocracy
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    Linear B Early form of Greek Writing deciphered  by Michael Ventris  (1952)
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    Mycenae Walled city in the  Peloponnese Fortified palace The so-called “Tomb  of Atreus”
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    Mycenaean Centers Mycenae Tyrins Pylos Thebes Athens
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    Troy Site of the Trojan war  (1194-1184 BCE) Located on the coast of  modern Turkey Great center in the 3rd  and 2nd millennium  BCE Abandoned between  1100 and 700 BCE
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    Heinrich Schliemann German adventurer  (1822-1890) Excavation at Troy Nine cities, one on  top of the other
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    The Legendary Cause of the  Trojan War: Helen Daughter of Leda  and Zeus Sister of  Clytemnestra Wife of Menelaus The most beautiful 
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Unformatted text preview: of women The oath of the suitors Paris Son of Hecuba and Priam Hecubas dream The infant Paris is exposed He is rescued and brought up by a shepherd The Judgment of Paris The wedding banquet of Peleus and Thetis The goddess Eris (discord) and the golden apple The competition between Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite Paris chooses Aphrodite Helens Abduction Paris visits Sparta while Menelaus is away He seduces Helen and takes her back to Troy The Achaeans (Mycenaean Greeks) plan an expedition against Troy in order to recover Helen Agamemnon is their leader The Gathering at Aulis 1200 Achaean ships gather at Aulis The prophet Calchas The sacrifice of Iphigenia...
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