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Troya'nın hazin öyküsü
Truva Hazineleri (Treasure of Troy.Early Bronze Age settlement began, continued to exist until around 505 AD .. 3 thousand 500-year earthquake in the process, destroyed 8 times for reasons such as war, re-established. However, none of this civilization, the amateur archaeologist Schliemann did not hurt much. 19. In the last quarter of the century, with the dream of finding treasure where his excavations Troya, and stealing the treasures of the ancient city destroyed and broke his homeland
Hesione vase (Hesman, 2000). Pictured on this ancient Greek vase is a series of somewhat unusual paintings, including one that portrays a monster that possesses the head of a dinosaur. This pottery was created around 550 B.C., and depicts the Greek hero Heracles rescuing Hesione from this “monster of Troy.”
Achilles in the Trojan War
Trojan War Troy lost the the Trojan War, a legendary ten-year battle fought between the Greeks, with their divine allies, and the Trojans, with theirs, in the early days of Greek history, when kings still ruled the cities. The Greeks won thanks to a ruse: They sneaked warriors inside the city of Troy by means of a giant, hollow, wooden horse.
Geology corresponds with Homers description of ancient Troy
Lost Troy--Geology corresponds with Homer’s description of ancient Troy March 3, 2003--Combining an interest in the classics with expertise in the sedimentary geology that defines coastlines, a University of Delaware researcher has discovered that Homer’s “Iliad” presents an accurate account of the geography of ancient Troy.
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Necklace of 220 beads from Troy. Following a scientific analysis that suggested its collection of ancient, Trojan-style gold jewelry was looted from northwestern Turkey, the University of Pennsylvania announced this week that it had lent the 24 items to that country for an indefinite period.
“I Have Looked Upon the Face of Agamemnon…”
Lion Gateway at Mycenae, Late Bronze Age (1600 - 1100 BC), 1250 BC - Schliemann went to Troy and found the lost city he read about in Homer's epics - dug over 1,000 years too deep, but got the treasure. Then he went to Mycenae - heads of lions missing. Nobody thought to dig there, knew it was part of Homeric poems - Schliemann excavated.