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Brutus of Troy

The central theme claiming the mound of of this epic is the wrath of the Greek hero Achilles, If you study the Iliad closely, you Hissarlik to be the site. Prince of the Myrmidons, will discover that the shields of the pro- Most disagreed.

The between Achilles and Agasion for the aged king and returns the German archaeologist Heinrich memnon, the commander of the body of Hector, which is then taken to Schliemann began excavations Greek forces: Troy. The Iliad ends with the burial rites in honor of the Trojan hero -- Ibid, which uncovered the actual stone Agamemnon has received as a p.

Schliemann's work priest of the god Apollo. When AgaMost authorities say the was continued after his death by memnon refuses to accept a ransom for the girl from her father, Apollo sends a Iliad was written in the 9th or his assistant, Wilhelm Dorpfeld, plague to devastate the Greek forces. A 8th century B. The Iliad is upon Schliemann's discoveries. AgaSince , new excavations memnon finally agrees to surrender the regarded by literary historians as girl, but demands from Achilles his the first great poetic work in have been carried on at the site prize of war, the girl Briseis.

Enraged Greek literature; and it has been by the University of Cincinnati, at this insult, Achilles withdraws his esteemed for generations as one under the direction of the Ameritroops from combat, and retires to his of the masterpieces of world lit- can Carl William Blegen. Funk and Wagnalls New in the Iliad are the brilliant im Encyclopedia notes: agery, the depiction of heroic acand the vivid Continuing, the encyclo- tion, On the mound of Hissarlik the characterization and resulting inpedia states: following successive settlements have sight into human behavior.

They are driven back to their ships under the assault of the Trojan prince Hector. Although Agamemnon pleads with stones and clay, its date being perhaps around 3, B. Page 4 third millennium B. Rand McNally and Company. In this we are in for some surprises! Heraldry Points the Way! What do these symbols mean? The Spartans had preserved it for their official transactions. This episode is confirmed in the apocryphal Book of I Macabees. Dorpfeld's discoveries, however, seemed to indicate that the Homeric Troy must be identified with TROY VIIA, which was evidently destroyed by fire according to the archaeologists some time around the traditional date of the Trojan War.

Some later authorities claim TROY VI -- with its massive battlements -- was the Troy of Homer, which carries some credence when all the facts are examined with an open mind. Oldfather, Vol I, bks I-II, , p. AccordLION; who shall arouse him? This is position. Artisan Sales, Egypt and Palestine, by L.

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Thousand Oaks, CA. Who Was Dardanus? Who over the inhabited world One of these groups did he come from? Egypt, settled what is practically under the leadership of Calcol, a prince In I Chronicles 2 we read the oldest city of Greece, Argos, of the tribe of Judah, went westward of the line of Judah: "The sons of and that the nations of the COL- across the Mediterranean eventually settling in Ulster [Ireland]. Windsor, Ontario. All the their country [Egypt]; and this is sons of Judah were five Author Roberts also reveals that "Mr. Notice what Herman L. Ambassador College, Pasadena, CA The flood or deluge mentioned by the Encyclopedia Britannica and others is prominent in the Greek legends of Dardanus.

At the time of the Exodus tremendous events of a cataclysmic nature occurred in the Mediterranean area.

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The great volcanic explosion of the island of Thera in the Aegean Sea occurred. His original home was supposed to have been Arcadia. Page 7 around this time and would have caused huge tidal waves or tsunamis throughout the Mediterranean. Crete had early contacts with Greece and Asia Minor, where many archaeological finds testify to the fact. There are numer- chalk cliffs. Dardanus built New Troy.

The story of his migration TROY under the name 'Ilium. Aeneas escaped from Troy with the images of his ancestral gods, carrying his aged father on his shoulders, and leading his young son ASCANIUS by the hand, but in the confusion of his hasty flight he lost his wife, Creusa. Aeneas subsequently abandoned his plan of a settlement there and went to CRETE, but was driven from that island by a pestilence.

After a time he again set sail; Dido, who had fallen in love with him, was heartbroken by his departure and committed suicide. A war ensued, which terminated with the defeat and death of Turnus, thus making possible the marriage of Aeneas and Lavinia. All these royal lines were related to the family of World History records that "the refugees of the First Trojan War settled They founded Lavinium two years after the First Trojan War -- that is, in -- and later the city of Alba the site of the Pope's summer palace today at the time of the Second Trojan War in See Dionysius of Halicarnassus, I, In his 38th year Latinus died and Aeneas succeeded him, thus ensuring the line from Judah would continue.

Many years later, fulfilling the wizard's prophecy, the young man BRITTO killed his father by accident while practicing archery with some friends. He, in turn, that the ancient British royal line Monmouth's about Brutus. With the wife became pregnant, Aeneas The first reason for denying sent word to him that he was recapture of Troy in the list of Sea Powers of the Aegean and eastern the coming of BRUTUS into this issending a wizard to examine the Mediterranean began. According to the land of Britain was this. Bach little William or William the. Less arrived But when it was not to had a male in her womb who migration to Britain was never the mind of Dafydd ab Owen to grant him his request the man went home full would be the child of death -questioned until the last century, of hatred and commenced to exercise for, as the story goes, the malewhen German scholars and ra- his mind how best to despise and machild would eventually kill his tionalists decided that the story lign not only the memory of the father and mother and be a related in Homer's Iliad of the bishop, who was lying in his grave, but scourge to all mankind.

His whole book is nothing else than a tissue of barefaced lies against the Welsh. The arrival of the Trojans in Britain is traced by E. Because Jeffrey ap Arthur did nothing but translate the Welsh Chronicles into Latin, so that the educated of the country might read them. Phillimore, London and Chichester. The actual date of the founding of the city is suggested in the Welsh bardic literature: "And when BRUTUS had finished the building of the city, and had strengthened it with walls and castles, he consecrated them and made inflexible laws for the governance of such as should dwell there peacefully, and he put protection on the city and granted privilege to it.

Seskef, or Sceaf, literally means a "sheaf" of grain. In site and surroundings On the plains of Troy to-day may be seen numerous conical mounds rising from out of the laggons and swamps that environed the citadel hill of Hissarlik, akin to those that dominated the marshes, round about the Caer and Porth of London, in prehistoric times" Prehistoric London, P.

The Bible Research Handbook verifies the authenticity of the legends of Brutus:. Page 12 TIME, so that whatever may nave been added by him in the way of imaginative detail, at least he did NOT invent the basic tradition. The story continues with the The Iliad is regarded by literary historians as the first great poetic work in Greek literature; and it has been esteemed for generations as one of the masterpieces of world literature. The city of Troy stood as a bastion overlooking the Hellespont for centuries, finally falling into ruin and leaving the bleak hill of Hissarlik rising above the wind-swept Troad.

By the first century A. Most disagreed. It wasn't until that the legendary city of the Homeric poems was brought to light by the archaeologists' spade.


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The German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann began excavations which uncovered the actual stone walls and battlements of the ancient city. Schliemann's work was continued after his death by his assistant, Wilhelm Dorpfeld, whose work in and threw new and important light upon Schliemann's discoveries. Since , new excavations have been carried on at the site by the University of Cincinnati, under the direction of the American Carl William Blegen.

Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia notes:. Rand McNally and Company. Dorpfeld's discoveries, however, seemed to indicate that the Homeric Troy must be identified with TROY VIIA, which was evidently destroyed by fire according to the archaeologists some time around the traditional date of the Trojan War.


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  8. Some later authorities claim TROY VI -- with its massive battlements -- was the Troy of Homer, which carries some credence when all the facts are examined with an open mind. In this we are in for some surprises! What do these symbols mean? The Spartans had preserved it for their official transactions. This episode is confirmed in the apocryphal Book of I Macabees. Genesis provides the answer! Could the Trojans be of the tribe of Judah -- Jews in fact?

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    Who was this Dardanus, and where did he come from? These three were born to him by the daughter of Shua, the Canaanitess All the sons of Judah were five According to E. Hecataeus of Abdera, a fourth-century B. Oldfather, I, bks. I-II, , p. Roberts, p. One of these groups under the leadership of Calcol, a prince of the tribe of Judah, went westward across the Mediterranean eventually settling in Ulster [Ireland].

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    Windsor, Ontario, p. Author Roberts also reveals that "Mr. His original home was supposed to have been Arcadia. Notice what Herman L. Ambassador College, Pasadena, CA , p. The flood or deluge mentioned by the Encyclopedia Britannica and others is prominent in the Greek legends of Dardanus. At the time of the Exodus tremendous events of a cataclysmic nature occurred in the Mediterranean area. Dankenbring, p. The great volcanic explosion of the island of Thera in the Aegean Sea occurred around this time and would have caused huge tidal waves or tsunamis throughout the Mediterranean.

    After leaving the island of Samothrace his ship was probably disabled by the deluge or flood that occurred at the time of the Exodus, and drifted helplessly across the sea to the Troad. There are numerous links between Troy and Crete. Crete had early contacts with Greece and Asia Minor, where many archaeological finds testify to the fact. Dardanus was clearly the Darda of the Bible -- the son of Zarah and grandson of Judah -- and a prince of Judah in his own right!

    Priam's reign ended in -- the year the Trojans were crushed in the First Trojan war by their brethren the Greeks. The story of his migration is found in the Aeneid , written by the Roman historian Virgil. Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia outlines the story:. Aeneas escaped from Troy with the images of his ancestral gods, carrying his aged father on his shoulders, and leading his young son ASCANIUS by the hand, but in the confusion of his hasty flight he lost his wife, Creusa.

    Aeneas subsequently abandoned his plan of a settlement there and went to CRETE, but was driven from that island by a pestilence. After a time he again set sail; Dido, who had fallen in love with him, was heartbroken by his departure and committed suicide. A war ensued, which terminated with the defeat and death of Turnus, thus making possible the marriage of Aeneas and Lavinia. They founded Lavinium two years after the First Trojan War -- that is, in -- and later the city of Alba the site of the Pope's summer palace today at the time of the Second Trojan War in All these royal lines were related to the family of II, pp.

    See Dionysius of Halicarnassus, I, In his 38th year Latinus died and Aeneas succeeded him, thus ensuring the line from Judah would continue. Latinus, the king of Latium who preceded the Trojans, died in -- three years after the fall of Troy in Aeneas the Trojan, son-in-law of Latinus, succeeded him and reigned for three years Silvius, in turn, married; and when his new wife became pregnant, Aeneas sent word to him that he was sending a wizard to examine the wife and try and determine whether the baby was male or female.


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    5. After examining Silvius' wife, the wizard returned to his home, but was killed by ASCANIUS because of his prophecy foretelling that the woman had a male in her womb who would be the child of death -- for, as the story goes, the male-child would eventually kill his father and mother and be a scourge to all mankind. Many years later, fulfilling the wizard's prophecy, the young man BRITTO killed his father by accident while practicing archery with some friends.

      According to Herman L. With the recapture of Troy in the list of Sea Powers of the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean began. The tradition of Brutus' migration to Britain was never questioned until the last century, when German scholars and rationalists decided that the story related in Homer's Iliad of the siege and destruction of Troy by the Greeks, and the subsequent dispersion of the Trojan princes, was nothing but a "Poet's dream" and a "mythological myth. The following quotation from Drych y Prifoesedd "The Mirror of the Principal Ages" , by Theophilus Efans of Llangammarch, Wales, sheds light on the origin of the discredit thrown upon the historical value of Geoffrey of Monmouth's writings about Brutus.

      There might be reason for uncertainty if the statements of Geoffrey of Monmouth stood alone, but when we find them constantly corroborated in the old manuscripts as well as by Welsh writers of repute, there is absolutely no reason to dismiss them as "Monkish fables"! But when it was not to the mind of Dafydd ab Owen to grant him his request the man went home full of hatred and commenced to exercise his mind how best to despise and malign not only the memory of the bishop, who was lying in his grave, but also the whole of the Welsh nation.

      Because Jeffrey ap Arthur did nothing but translate the Welsh Chronicles into Latin, so that the educated of the country might read them. Phillimore, London and Chichester. The arrival of the Trojans in Britain is traced by E. Raymond Capt:. Beginning in the Carolingian court, this practice persisted into the early modern period, when narratives of ancient Troy—from accounts of the war to rewritings of Virgil—saturated literary production.

      This tradition formed what I call feudal cosmopolitanism: an affiliation among nobility premised on shared descent that also activated the notion of European identity. However, with the emergence of humanist reading practices in early modern Europe, which read antiquity as exemplary—models to be imitated—the Trojan heroes claimed to have founded the various European kingdoms became national types, representing an identity to be performed, rather than genealogical forebears. In this way, feudal cosmopolitanism gave way to exemplary nationalism—yet shared European identification remained latent in the Trojan accounts.

      These local, exemplary, and national iterations of the Trojan legends, thus, were never fully extricated from their international, European context. In representing an emergent nationalist identity in England, writers turned to Troy to negotiate via identification, emulation, and competition their cultural and geopolitical position within Europe. This negotiation occurs through discourse of fame, which arises from the illustrious past; but just as treatment of the Trojan legends transformed within the the political communities to which they provided discursive legitimization, the significance of fame—from glorifying nobility and consanguinity to a typifying a territorially defined national community—mutated.

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