The Trojan War, which pitted the Greeks and the people of Troy and their allies against each other, lasted from 1194 to 1184 B.C. The war largely took place in Troy, a city on Asia Minor, or what is today the country of ... More »

While the Trojan War is unlikely to have happened exactly the way Homer's writings describe it, a city fitting the description of Troy near the Dardanelles was destroyed at about the time Homer's story references. Ancien... More »

According to tradition, Homer wrote the "Iliad" before 750 B.C. However, because this poem documenting the events of the Trojan War was written down so long ago, there is much debate as to the identity of its author. More » Art & Literature Literature

The Trojan War was won by the Greeks after a 10-year long battle. The decisive turn in the war was the charge led by Odysseus from the Trojan Horse. More »

According to Greek mythology, the Trojan War was fought between the Greeks and the Trojans in the city of Troy in Asia Minor. This is the region of modern-day Turkey. The war took place from 1194 to 1184 B.C., lasting ne... More »

The Trojan War ended when the Greeks defeated Troy using a large wooden horse. The hollow wooden horse helped the Greeks gain entry inside the city walls of Troy. More »

The Trojan War took place in the city of Troy in the ancient nation of Anatolia. In present day, the city of Troy would be located in Turkey, according to the Ancient History Encyclopedia. More »