A bird's-eye view of Troy is given showing its walls with battlements and towers, and a single gate. Inside we see the temple of Athena standing in the midst of the houses of the town, its precinct flanked on each side with a long colonnade. In the court, the Greeks are issuing from the wooden horse (ΔΟΥΡΗΟΣ ΙΠΠΟΣ) and have already begun the massacre.
Cassandra Cassandra was the daughter of the King of Priam and Queen Hecuba. She was a princess of Troy who was said to be astonishingly beautiful.Cassandra prophesied the Trojan war and the destruction of Troy by the Greeks. The famous phrase Beware of Greeks bearing gifts is a warning she made concerning the Trojan horse. The result of her warning being ignored was the fall of Troy. She sought refuge in the Temple of Athena but was abducted by Ajax and given to Agamemnon as a concubine.
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