Laoco÷n, Cassandra, Polyxena, Astyanax, Aeneas, Hecuba, Sinon, Lesser Ajax
- Philoctetes kills Paris with his bow
- The Trojan Horse
- Greeks hide inside and send other troops away
- Laoco÷n and Cassandra warn against it
- Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts!
- The Story of Sinon, Greek left behind
- Snakes from the sea eat Laoco÷n and sons
- Trojans accept the horse into the city
- Sinon opens the horse
- Troy falls
- Neoptolemus kills Priam at the altar of Zeus
- Lesser Ajax rapes Cassandra at altar of Athena
- Astyanax, Hector's son, thrown from the walls by Odysseus
- Polyxena, Priam's daughter, throat cut over the tomb of Achilles
- Aeneas of the Trojans escapes; will found Rome
- Carries father Anchises on his back
- Wife Creusa is left behind
- Cassandra, Andromache taken prisoner
- Hecuba and the Thracians
- Polydorus' Murder, Transformation into a dog
- Nestor, Diomedes make it home
- Agamemnon killed by Aegisthus and Clytemnestra
- Lesser Ajax killed at sea
- Menelaus and Helen stuck in Egypt
warriors entering the Trojan Horse outside the walls of Troy. Early
16th c. French painting on enamel, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
- Trojan Horse. Detail from neck of Cycladic relief vase, c. 675-650 BCE. Mykonos Archeological Museum, Mykonos.
- Laoco÷n. Marble statue, c. 140 BCE, by Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Athanadoros of Rhodes. Imperial Roman copy of Greek bronze original. Vatican Museums, Rome.
- *Laoco÷n. El Greco, c. 1610. National Gallery, Washington DC.
- Neoptolemus slaying Priam, who holds the corpse of Astyanax, on an altar of Zeus. Attic Red-figure hydria by the Kleophrades Painter, c. 480-475 BCE. Museo Nazionale, Naples.
- Neoptolemus batters Priam with the body of Astyanax. Attic black figure amphora, c. 550 BCE. British Museum, London.
- Lesser Ajax seizes Cassandra at the Palladion (statue of Athena). Attic Red-figure hydria by the Kleophrades Painter, c. 480-475 BCE. Museo Nazionale, Naples.
- Odysseus hurls Astyanax over the walls of Troy as Andromache looks on.
- Sacrifice of Polyxena. Detail from Athenian black-figure clay vase, c. 575-525 BCE. British Museum, London.