Trojan War By Adan Luna

Timeline created by Altus Students
  • Jan 1, 1000

    1 Jan 1000, Wedding of King Pelius and Thetis

    1 Jan 1000, Wedding of King Pelius and Thetis
    Thetis and Peleus celebrated on Mount Pelion, outside the cave of Chiron, and was attended by the deities. They celebrated the marriage with feasting.
  • Jan 2, 1000

    2 Jan 1000, Judgment of Paris

    2 Jan 1000, Judgment of Paris
    It was a contest between the three most beautiful goddesses of Olympos, Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena.
  • Jan 3, 1000

    3 Jan 1000, Paris goes to visit King Menelaus of Sparta

    3 Jan 1000, Paris goes to visit King Menelaus of Sparta
    Paris goes to visit King Menelaus and after that sees that Helen has vanished and goes out to search for her.
  • Jan 4, 1000

    4 Jan 1000, Helen the Queen of Sparta kidnapped

    4 Jan 1000, Helen the Queen of Sparta kidnapped
    Menelaus saw his better half vanishing and requests assistance from his sibling and his old suitors
  • Jan 6, 1000

    6 Jan 1000, Trojan War Draft

    6 Jan 1000, Trojan War Draft
    Agamemnon experiences difficulty getting men for the war and Odysseus abstains from getting in it.
  • Jan 16, 1000

    16 Jan 1000, Trojan Horse

    16 Jan 1000, Trojan Horse
    Odysseus intends to build a colossal pony out of wood and offer it to Athena, The Goddess of War
  • Jan 21, 1000

    21 Jan 1000, Achilles Death

    21 Jan 1000, Achilles Death
    Achillies gets shot in the heel, the one spot he was not immortal.
  • Apr 16, 1178

    16 April 1178, Odysseus returns

    16 April 1178, Odysseus returns
    Odysseus comes back with the possibility of the Trojan steed that shields them from every one of the bolts.
  • Apr 16, 1178

    16 Aprl 1178, What happens when Odysseues returns

    16 Aprl 1178, What happens when Odysseues returns
    He helps instigate the plot to kill Telemachus as he returns from the mainland, and helps spur the fight between Odysseus.
  • Apr 28, 1184

    28 Apirl 1184, War Won

    28 Apirl 1184, War Won
    After the triumph, Menelaus gets triumph after the possibility of the trojan steed from Odysseus
  • Citations

    Cartwright, Mark. “Trojan War.” Ancient History Encyclopedia, Ancient History Encyclopedia, 7 June 2019, www.ancient.eu/Trojan_War/.