The Trojan War: Hecuba, The Queen Of Troy

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At the end of the Trojan war, once the Greeks have sacked the city and killed all the men, they begin to collect all the woman to take them back with them as their slaves. Amongst these survivors, there is Hecuba, the Queen of Troy. Already lamenting her husband's death, she is now faced with the fact her life will dwindle out in the service of one of the men who destroyed her home. In the middle of the former queen’s turmoil, Neptune disgruntled because Troy had lost and Athena, who backed Greece until she found out that during the sacking of Troy a Greek soldier raped a priestess in Athena’s temple and suffered no consequences for it, began to hatch a plot. Athena asks for Neptune’s assistance in destroying the Greek fleet and that Zeus has

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