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Troy Gagliardo's Seasonal Comfort By Troy Gagliardo
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(This more economical version of Seasonal Comfort is black and white; it has the same interior content as the color version.)Chef Troy Gagliardo opens his private collection of recipes to share with... More > all the loyal fans of his food. This group of recipes hits home and takes you right into the kitchen where Troy has created many of his grill inspired dishes. "These recipes were meant to be shared and passed on to a new generation of cooks, with hopes that some of these dishes will be a part of family gatherings for years to come." says Troy himself. Enjoy these 26 recipes, short story 'Power of Food' and lots of pictures, 70 pages.< Less
TROY HANSEN PRODUCTION DESIGNER By Troy Hansen
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A SURVEY OF IMAGES FROM FILMS DESIGNED BY TROY HANSEN.
Troy Fripps Art By Troy Fripps
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My design are a reflection of my feelings,visions,and spirituality.I been a designer all my life. I design mainly what's in my head,or where my spirits wants to go.
Troy Story By 456 Students @ BEPS
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A collection of student writing from Brunswick East Primary School, responding to an Inquiry into Ancient Times.
The Fall of Troy By Quintus Smyrnaeus
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Homer’s "Iliad," which details a brief episode in the sprawling ten-year Trojan War, is the inspiration for this 4th-century Roman epic which seeks to continue the story of the war... More > and its heroes from the point where Homer leaves off—the funeral of Hector. The action here begins with the death of Penthesileia, Queen of the Amazons and concludes with the fiery sack of Troy and the gods’ vengeance upon the Greek conquerors as they begin their dispirate journeys home.< Less
The Fall of Troy By Quintus Smyrnaeus
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Homer’s "Iliad," which details a brief episode in the sprawling ten-year Trojan War, is the inspiration for this 4th-century Roman epic which seeks to continue the story of the war... More > and its heroes from the point where Homer leaves off—the funeral of Hector. The action here begins with the death of Penthesileia, Queen of the Amazons and concludes with the fiery sack of Troy and the gods’ vengeance upon the Greek conquerors as they begin their dispirate journeys home.< Less
Helen of Troy By Andrew Lang
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The story of Helen of Troy---whose matchless beauty became the impetus behind the tragedies of the Trojan War---translated and retold from the original Greek by Andrew Lang in the form of modern... More > English verse.< Less
Helen of Troy By Andrew Lang
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The story of Helen of Troy---whose matchless beauty became the impetus behind the tragedies of the Trojan War---translated and retold from the original Greek by Andrew Lang in the form of modern... More > English verse.< Less
Helen of Troy By Andrew Lang
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In Greek mythology, Helen, better known as Helen of Sparta or Helen of Troy, was daughter of Zeus and Leda, wife of king Menelaus of Sparta and sister of Castor, Polydeuces and Clytemnestra. Her... More > abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War. Helen was described as having the face that launched a thousand ships. Helen or Helene is probably derived from the Greek word meaning "torch" or "corposant" or might be related to "selene" meaning "moon".< Less
Agamemnon At Troy By Chamberlain Peirce
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Literature & Fiction Description: To the ancient Greeks Agamemnon was a compelling historical figure: the leader of the Greek army that won the Trojan war, the brother of the wronged Menelaus,... More > the comrade in arms of perhaps the two greatest figures in the quasi mythical realm of Greek history, Odysseus and Achilles, and, above all, the man who had sacrificed his own young daughter in order to supplicate the gods to grant his army victory. Unfortunately, in the one ancient Greek play that has come down to us that bears his name (the first segment of the Oresteia) he is killed off rather early. Presumably there would have existed at one time an ancient Greek play depicting him in his glory as the triumphant general of the Greeks such as would have endowed him with that stature which should characterize him when returns to his palace at Argos as he does in the Oresteia. This play is, in part, an attempt to rectify that lack.< Less