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Ch 4 Part 1 Practice Test. Population Density Worksheet. Pop Density Answer Key. Videos going over and Worksheets:. Calc AB Lesson. Calc AB 3 -2 Lesson.Question : What does Agamemnon yell right before the Greeks charge in the first battle? Answer: He doesn't yell any words, just an expression of anguish over his brothers death. Question : What's the use of those sharp poles the Trojans put on the beach before the Greeks land?
They're too large to be of use against infantry, and the Greeks don't use cavalry, and wouldn't be likely to use cavalry to storm the beach even if they did. Answer: They didn't know the Greeks weren't bringing cavalry. The Greeks did use them and sometimes brought them by sea. It was there to stop a cavalry charge and to break up fighting formations.
Question : When the Greeks are trying to burn a mark on Briseis, one of them says "Better to be a Spartan slave than a Trojan. What did he say? Or what was he going to say? Answer: He was warning the other soldiers that Achilles was coming. Chosen answer: I can't answer for certain, but I know that usually actors wear 'modesty clothes' in scenes like this: very small, flesh-coloured underwear. This is most likely in this case, as Brad Pitt's 'nakedness' was not actually seen on the camera.
Question : When Brad Pitt and the Prince fight outside Troy and Pitt is the victor, is there any reason why they began with spears and then when they went, they used their swords?
How come they didn't just use their swords to begin with as you see in many movies of the same genre? Chosen answer: Homer describes the fight as having taken place in The Iliad using spears, not swords - they threw spears at each other in turn, and with Athena's help Achilles Pitt struck Hector Banakilling him.How accurate are Trojan War Movies and TV shows? Helen of Troy, Troy fall of a City and more
The movie uses swords to make the fight visually more exciting, but features spears as a nod to the original. Question : I thought the war was suppose to rage for a decade. But this movie shows as if the war only happen for a month.
Can anyone tell me what the movie left out from the original story? Really more than can be written here. I would suggest doing a Google search on "The Iliad" There are several good sites that break down each book of the story.
Question : The whole story of Achilles being dipped in the River Styx, could it not be a part of the story? Achilles knows he's invincible so why would he wear armor? Answer: Achilles himself made that comment.
I think, for the purposes of this movie, the script was written supposing that all of the characters were merely human, and it was about how fame can create superhuman images of our 'heroes' that people will believe.Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Sign me up! We are viewing the movie Troy as an introduction to our study of the Iliad and the Odyssey, the great and historic epic poem by Homer. As students view the movie, they are expected to answer questions on the Troy Viewing Quide worksheet. They are to answer these questions in jot notes while watching the movie, and re-write each anwser in complete sentences in order to receive marks.
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The war was fought between the Trojans who lived in what is modern day Turkey and the Greeks who lived across the Aegean Sea. Menelaus wanted to organize an expedition to get her back. He asked his brother Agamemnon, King of Mycenae in Greece, to be the leader of the expedition. Greek heroes like Achilles, Ajax, Odysseus, and thousands of warriors joined with them. More than ships from all over Greece set sail across the Aegean Sea for Troy. They wanted to demand that Priam, the king of Troy, return Helen.
The Greeks laid siege to the city of Troy and camped around its walls for ten years. Individual battles took place outside the walls when Trojan heroes came out to fight Greeks. The Greek hero Achilles chased a Trojan prince Hector around the walls and killed him in revenge. Hector had killed Achilles' best friend Patroclus. Later, the Trojan prince Paris killed the Greek hero Achilles with an arrow in the only place in his body where he was vulnerable.
According to mythology, Achilles' mother had dipped him in the River Styx in the Underworld to protect him from death. However, because she held him by his heel to dip him, his heel was not touched by the water and was not immortal. After ten years of the siege, the Greek army left. In reality, they sailed just out of sight of Troy. The Greeks left a huge wooden horse on the beach. A Greek deserter named Sinon told the Trojans that the Greeks had left the horse as an atonement sacrifice to Athena because the Greek Odysseus had stolen her statue from a Trojan temple.
The Greeks wanted to get back her favor. The Trojan princess Cassandra, who was a seer or a prophet, warned the Trojans that it was a trick, but she had been cursed by the god Apollo that no one would ever believe her.
Also, the god Poseidon sent two serpents out of the sea to strangle his Trojan priest Laocoon and his two sons. Laocoon had warned the Trojans about bringing the horse into the city. Poseidon was angry with the king of Troy. He wanted the city of Troy destroyed.
Sinon told the Trojans that it was so big because the Greeks didn't want the Trojans to be able to take it inside the city. The Trojans decided they wanted it inside the city so broke down the walls and dragged it in.
At night, while the Trojans were partying because of the Greeks' departure, a trap door in the horse was opened by men inside. Greeks swarmed out and fought the Trojans all over the city. The other Greeks sailed back, and the city was captured. Archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann began major excavations at Troy in Later digs have revealed that one of the layers of the excavation shows remains giving evidence of a war. This can be dated to about B.
Many people say that a series of stories, called an epic cycle, including the Iliad the story of the Trojan War and the Odyssey the story of the Greek Odysseus was written by a Greek blind poet named Homer in B. They were written from the oral tradition four hundred years after the war.
Toggle navigation. Click here to enroll in premium subscription.Tony and Bono get together on the Friday night on which Fences begins. What is their reason for doing so? Earlier in the day, what had one of Troy and Bono's co-workers been caught doing?
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On the day the play begins, what did the boss do when he caught Troy and Bono's co-worker doing something wrong? On the day the play begins, what does Troy confront his boss about?
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