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38 Latin StoriesChapter 8 – LaocoönThe Greeks waged war with the Trojans. At night they left a big wooden horse under the gates of the city of Troy. The Trojans found the horse there. "The Greeks dedicate the horse to Minerva", they said. "If we place the gift of the Greeks at the temple of the goddess, we will have peace and good fortune for life" But Laocoon, a priest of big virtue and wisdom, dared to warn the people: "You think without reason, oh Trojans! If there are troops