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→ Milet, Jacques → L'istoire de la destruction de Troie la Grant → Episodes
→ Priam rebuilds Troy
→ Priam sends his messenger Macabrum to summon his children
→ Machabrum summons the Trojan princes
→ Paris, Antenor, Polydamas and Anchises meet before visiting Priam
→ Priam summons his children and lords to discuss how to free Hesione
→ Anchises suggests sending Antenor as messenger
→ Antenor prepares to leave, bids farewell to his son and has the ship prepared
→ Antenor sets sail
→ The Greek princes refuse Antenor's request
→ Antenor returns to Troy and reports back to Priam
→ Priam sends Athimas to summon Anchises and Liconius
→ Priam's council with his nobles and sons relative to sending Paris to Greece
→ Priam's sons express their opinion over Paris' mission
→ Paris and the Trojans arm themselves
→ Priam sends Macabrum to order Antenor to join Paris
→ Paris takes leave from Priam, Hecuba and his brothers
→ Antenor and Paris with their warriors before leaving for Greece
→ Paris and the Trojans sail to Greece to find Helen
→ Paris and the Trojans arrive in Greece
→ Paris and Helen at the Temple of Venus
→ Before the abduction of Helen, Paris seeks counsel
→ Protheus is sent as messenger to Helen to tell her of Paris's beauty
→ The abduction of Helen and sack of the temple
→ Paris and Helen journey back to Troy
→ Paris and Helen land in Tenedos on their way back to Troy
→ Helen mourns her fate, Paris consoles her
→ Paris prepares a feast for Helen, she refuses to eat
→ Paris sends Athimas as messenger to alert Priam of their arrival
→ Priam and his sons set out of Troy to meet Helen
→ Paris dismounts to greet Priam
→ Paris and Helen greeted by Priam when arriving in Troy
→ Helen and Hecuba meet
→ Paris and Helen enter Troy
→ Hecuba greets Paris and Deiphobus
→ Hecuba greets Antenor and Aeneas
→ Polyxena greets Deiphobus
→ Polyxena greets Paris
→ Paris asks Priam to give him Helen in marriage
→ Wedding of Paris and Helen
→ Cytheus goes to Menealus to inform him of Helen's abduction
→ Menelaus discovers and grieves the loss of Helen
→ Menelaus' messenger Citheus summons the Greek princes who arm themselves for war
→ Citheus returns to Menelaus and informs him of the death of Castor and Pollux
→ The Greek princes assemble at Cytharea and go to Athens
→ Menelaus sends Citheus to Menesteus in Athens to warn of their arrivals
→ Menelaus and Agamemnon are greeted by Menesteus upon their arrival in Athens
→ Sentipus, a Trojan merchant, sees the Greeks assembling and hastens to alert Priam
→ Thoas hears of the Greeks assembling
→ Thoas and his troops arrive in Athens to join the Greeks
→ Sentipus warns Priam of the Greeks preparing for war
→ Priam summons the Trojan princes and nobles for advice over the impending war
→ Agamemnon rallies the Greek troops in Athens and announces their departure
→ Achilles and Patroclus consult the oracle of Apollo in Delphi-Delos
→ Achilles and Patroclus meet Calchas at Delphi-Delos
→ Calchas is told by the oracle that Troy will fall
→ Priam's messenger Machabrum is sent to summon the Trojan allies
→ Calchas is brought to Agamemnon by Achilles and Patroclus
→ The Trojan allies assemble and head to Troy
→ The Greeks arrive in Tenedos
→ Palamedes takes leave of his father Naulus and joins the Greeks in Tenedos
→ Ulysses and Diomedes demand Priam returns Helen
→ The first battle
→ Greek war council
→ Trojan war council
→ Hector is elected leader of the Trojans
→ Agamemnon rallies the Greeks before the second battle
→ The second battle
→ Burial of Patroclus
→ Burial of Amphibilaus, lament of Cassandra
→ Priam imprisoning Cassandra to prevent her discouraging the Trojans
→ Agamemnon and the Greeks plot to kill Hector
→ Priam and the Trojans discuss Thoas's fate
→ Aeneas, Antenor and Trolius visit Helen, Hecuba, Cassandra, Andromache, Polyxena and Creusa
→ The third battle
→ Ulysses and Diomedes visit Priam to demand the exchange of prisoners
→ Paris comforts a grieving Helen
→ Paris visits Hector and Andromache
→ Parlay of Hector and Achilles regarding both their duel and the exchange of Thoas and Antenor
→ Hector explains to Priam the conditions for the return of Antenor
→ Trolius bids farewell to Briseis who will also be exchanged for the return of Antenor
→ Briseide and Thoas are exchanged for Antenor
→ Hector arms himself for war while Andromache begs him not to go
→ Hector dismisses Andromache's plea and heads to battle
→ The fourth battle
→ The body of Hector is brought to Troy, where Cassandra first sees it, the Greeks return to their camp
→ The mourning of Hector
→ Hector's body is prepared for the funeral
→ Hector's tomb
→ Greek war council, Palamedes challenges Agamemnon for the leadership
→ Achilles in the Temple of Apollo
→ Hecuba, Polyxena, Andromache, Creusa and Astyanax head to the temple of Venus to mourn Hector
→ Achilles and Basaac head to Troy on the anniversary of Hector's death
→ Achilles first sees Polyxena in the temple of Venus
→ Achilles sends his messenger to Hecuba to negotiate his marriage to Polyxena
→ Hecuba summons Paris and Priam to discuss Achilles's proposal
→ Polyxena agrees to marry Achilles if it means the Greeks will leave
→ Hecuba informs Achilles's messenger who reports back to Achilles
→ Palamedes rallies the Greeks before battle
→ Priam announces he will lead the Trojans in battle
→ The fifth battle
→ Agamemnon asks Achilles to fight again
→ Achilles attempts to convince the Greeks to abandon the siege of Troy
→ Achilles refuses to fight over his love for Polyxena
→ Menelaus urges Agamemnon to take back the leadership of the Greeks
→ Briseide visits the wounded Diomedes
→ Priam and Hecuba mourn the dead Deiphobus
→ Paris comforts a grieving Helen
→ Troilus asks Priam to command the Trojans in battle
→ Priam commands Machabrum to summon the Trojans to arms
→ The Trojans arm themselves, Troilus urges Paris to be especially valorous
→ The sixth battle
→ Aeneas is sent to Agamemnon to negotiate a truce
→ Mourning for Troilus
→ Hecuba and Paris plan Achilles's murder
→ Hecuba sends Machabrum to lure Achilles in the temple of Apollo
→ Achilles and Archilogus head to the temple of Venus
→ Achilles and Archilogus are murdered by Paris in the temple of Apollo
→ Helen begs Paris not to feed the bodies of Achilles and Archilogus to the dogs
→ Paris orders the bodies of Achilles and Archilogus be carried and publicly exposed in Troy
→ Citheus brings the news of Achilles's death to Agamemnon
→ Menestheus and Ajax Telamonius meet Priam to negotiate the building of the tomb for Achilles
→ Menestheus and Sentipus discuss the building of Achilles's tomb
→ Paris addresses the Trojan nobles before battle
→ Paris bids farewell to Helen before is final battle
→ The seventh battle
→ Mourning for Paris
→ Helen is summoned by Helenus and is informed of Paris's death by Priam
→ Menelaus arrives on the kingdom of Licomedes to summon Neoptolemus
→ Menelaus begs Neoptolemus to joing the Greeks and avenge Achilles
→ Penthesilea and the Amazons
→ Penthesilea and the Amazons join the Trojans
→ Agamemnon calls a council regarding Menelaus's mission
→ Menelaus and Neoptolemus arrive to Troy
→ Menelaus and Neoptolemus are greeted by Menestheus
→ Neoptolemus is presented to Agamemnon
→ Neoptolemus is given Achilles's armour and led to Achilles's tent
→ Penthesilea and the Amazons arrive before Troy
→ Priam welcomes Penthesilea and the Amazons
→ Priam, Penthesilea and Aeneas rally the Trojans before battle
→ Agamemnon exhorts his followers to be brave in battle
→ The eighth battle
→ Priam laments to Helenus the death of Penthesilea
→ Priam laments the situation of Troy to Helenus and Amphimacus
→ Anthimas, ordered by Antenor, summons Anchises and Aeneas
→ Antenor convices Anchises, Aeneas and Polydamas to defect
→ Priam unsuccessfully attempts to kill the conspirators and is forced to agree to peace
→ Interlude
→ Antenor sends Achinas to get some olive branches
→ Achinas delivers the olive branches to Antenor and other Trojans
→ Antenor and the Trojans head to the Greek camp
→ Antenor and the Trojans are welcomed by Agamemnon
→ Antenor, Diomedes and Ulysses negotiate the terms of peace
→ Antenor returns to Priam and demands Aeneas accompany him to continue the negotiations
→ Priam's monologue
→ Helen speaks to Antenor and beseeches him to intervene in her behalf during the negotiations
→ Antenor, Aeneas, Ulysses and Diomedes discuss the terms of peace with Priam
→ Tumult among the Trojan people following some of the terms for peace
→ Ulysses and Diomedes convince Antenor to steal the Palladium
→ Antenor bribes Thoas, the guardian of the Palladium
→ Thoas steals the Palladium
→ Achinas delivers the Palladium to Ulysses
→ Antenor asks to Priam that sacrifices be made to Apollo and Diana
→ Priam's family assembles before the offerings take place
→ The priests Thoas and Cidrac are summoned
→ Sacrifice to Diana
→ Sacrifice to Apollo
→ The fire on the altar fails to light
→ An eagle snatches the sacrificial animal from the altar
→ Apius delivers to horse to Agamemnon who asks Calchas what is its use
→ Agamemnon sends Citheus to summon Priam to ratify the peace
→ Neoptolemus, Sinon and others volunteer to enter the horse
→ The Greeks enter the horse
→ Citheus before Priam, informing him about the peace ratification
→ Priam summons Antenor, Aeneas, Anchises and Polidamas to accompany him to ratify the peace
→ Agamemnon and Priam meet before ratifying the peace
→ Diomedes swears to the peace between the Greeks and Trojans
→ Priam swears to the peace between the Greeks and the Trojans
→ Aeneas, Antenor and Amphorbius pull the horse into Troy
→ Aeneas and Antenor are sent to fetch Helen to return her to the Greeks
→ Helen bids farewell to the other Trojan women
→ Helen is returned to Menelaus by Priam
→ Helen pleads for forgiveness to Menelaus who pardons her all
→ The Greeks pretend to leave and head for Tenedos
→ The horse is brought into the temple
→ The Greeks exit the horse
→ The Greeks enter Troy
→ The sack of Troy
→ Antenor fetches Polyxena
→ Antenor brings Polyxena to Agamemnon
→ Neoptolemus leads Polyxena to Achilles's tomb
→ Neoptolemus sacrifices Polyxena by cutting her head off, Hecuba, mad with grief, attacks the Greeks
→ The Greeks take Hecuba
→ Hecuba is stoned to death
→ Ajax Telamonius demands Agamemnon he receive the Palladium
→ Neoptolemus discovers the dead body of Ajax Telamonius
→ Agamemnon tells Citheus to go find Ulysses, who however has already left Troy
→ Greek council regarding the exile of Antenor and Aeneas
→ Citheus summons Antenor and Aeneas
→ Aeneas and Antenor before Agamemnon
→ Agamemnon and Menelaus bid farewell to each other and leave Troy