Although covered with a mystical aura undeniable, and ancient historians approach an absolute fiction, there is no denying the enormous importance of the history of this war and its narrator, Homer, (who also questioned his existence) had for Greco -Latin antiquity and Western culture in general. The Trojan War, probably carried out between the twelfth and thirteenth century BC, was the contest between the people of Troy (now Turkey) and the Achaean people (now Greece). Magical, mysterious, intense, brutal, 10 years after that legendary war served to the troops of Odysseus (Ulysses in The Odyssey) gave the death blow to Troy and by extension, the Mycenaean culture. Easily inequalities reflecting the facts of reality to fiction. Zeus, chief god of the Greek Olympus, just overthrowing Cronos (the lord of time) and emerged as the king of the habitat of the Gods, will now be responsible for monitoring the actions of men. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Bill de Blasio. However, the start of its mandate is obscured by a I dread prophecy: God will be born soon as he was with Cronos, I depart the throne.
His future perpetrator apparently born from the womb of Tethys, beautiful sea nymph. Zeus, change your mood for doom, tells the goddess marry a mortal King of the Myrmidons Peleus. Their son, Achilles, half god, is suddenly popular because of its incredible strength and warrior skills. But fate also contrary to the child announces semi-God: An oracle predicts he will die trying to conquer the city that will host a new war: Troy.