cameo by the poem's author. Mellaart, James (January 1958). "Archaeological Site of Troy unesco World Heritage Centre". Click the link for more information., to take the horse within the city walls.
Troy or Ilios (or Wilios) is most probably identical with Wilusa or Truwisa. 77 78 The Roman de Troie was common cultural ground for European dynasties, 79 as a Trojan pedigree was both gloriously ancient and established an equality with the ruling class of Rome. 81 full citation needed In similar manner, Geoffrey of Monmouth reworked earlier material such as the Historia Brittonum to trace the legendary kings of the Britons from a supposed descendant of Aeneas called Brutus. 41 Calvert's Thousand-Year Gap edit Initially, the layers of Troy VI and VII were overlooked entirely, because Schliemann favoured the burnt city of Troy. XVI, Wood 1985,. . The Trojans and their neighbours. Next was the town of Lyrnessus, women were raped on sight and later sold to the victor's that destroyed their very lives. With everything that had happened, Troy just wanted the war to end. When night fell, the horse opened up and a group of Greek warriors, led by Odysseus, climbed out and sacked the Troy from within.