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Helen admin on 29 Feb 2016

Helen (XII)

Ten years later, Telemachus, the son of Odysseus, visited Helen and Menelaus at Sparta, inquiring about the whereabouts of his father, who had been away from home for twenty years.

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Helen admin on 28 Feb 2016

Helen (XI)

After the fall of Troy, Helen was captured by her former husband Menelaus and taken back to Sparta.

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Helen admin on 27 Feb 2016

Helen (X)

King Priam of Troy liked Helen, and did not blame her for the war; for he knew that hostilities came from the gods.

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Helen admin on 26 Feb 2016

Helen (IX)

Aphrodite also protected Helen’s lover, Paris.

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Helen admin on 25 Feb 2016

Helen (VIII)

Helen was protected by the goddess Aphrodite.

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Helen admin on 24 Feb 2016

Helen (VII)

For the sake of Helen, war was fought between the Trojans and Greeks.

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Helen admin on 23 Feb 2016

Helen (VI)

Helen left her husband Menelaus, and sailed away to Troy with her lover Paris.

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Helen admin on 22 Feb 2016

Helen (V)

Helen fell in love with the Trojan prince Paris, when he was a guest in the palace.

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Helen admin on 21 Feb 2016

Helen (IV)

Helen was the wife of Menelaus, King of Sparta.

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Helen admin on 20 Feb 2016

Helen (III)

Helen’s brothers were Castor and Pollux.

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