Laocoon: Trojan priest of Neptune
Sinon: Greek soldier captured by the Trojans
Hector: son of King Priam of Troy, recently deceased
Panthus: priest of Apollo
Coroebus: ally of King Priam
Cassandra: daughter of King Priam
Androgeos: Greek warrior
Pyrrhus: Greek warrior, son of Achilles
Priam: aged king of Troy
Hecuba: Priam’s wife
Aeneas begins the sad tale of the fall of Troy. After many years of war between the Greeks and the Trojans, the Greeks build a giant wooden...
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