The concluding chapter in the series ties all the events together, as writer Roy Thomas draws on a variety of ancient sources to weave this compelling tale. In the aftermath of the devastation of the city of Troy, the Greeks sail away, though Agamemnon stays on in Troy’s ruins for a time to appease the anger of Athena. Finally, King Menelaus returns home safely with the beautiful Helen, whose lover Paris, is dead. She is the catalyst who began the conflict, the woman whose face launched a thousand ships.
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