Greeks in the Trojan War - Achaeans - Danaans - Argives - Leaders & Women
- Achilles (20)
- Agamemnon (11)
- Clytemnestra (2)
- House of Atreus
- Iphigenia (8)
- Menelaus (5)
- Odysseus (12)
- Patroclus (1)
- Penelope (3)
- Trojans in the Trojan War
The Achaeans, a name Homer used for the Greeks, were people from Achaea.
Achilles - Greek Hero Achilles
Achilles was the all but invincible hero of the Trojan War. Only his heel was mortal and it was that that was pierced by and arrow leading to his death.
Calchas was Agamemnon's chief seer during the Trojan War.
Demophon is the name of a king of Athens during the legendary period of Greece.
Greek hero of the Epigoni (second generation of "seven against Thebes") and the Trojan War, who wounded Aphrodite.
Nestor is an old mythological king of Pylos, who appears in the Iliad and Odyssey.
Brief identification of Telemachus.
We're not the only people to be uncertain where Troy was situated. When the Greeks landed in Mysia they thought they were in Troy and went to war against Telephus.
Women of the Trojan War
The major women involved in the stories about the Trojan War.
Achaean Leaders - Carlos Parada
List of the Achaean leaders with notes and table indicating references in Apollodorus, Homer, Hyginus and Euripides.
Map of the Achaean Leaders' Returns - Carlos Parada
Map showing the individual leaders' routes and identification of the major figures.
A list of the characters in the Iliad.
Philoctetes inherited Hercules' bow and arrows, was abandoned by Odysseus at Lemnon, slew Paris, and was one of the few Greeks who came back home from the Trojan War.