The moral lesson in the troy movie is that you should not decide with your heart, because it can cause war against humanity. You should let your mind decide and think for the… betterment of your people not you!
No position or policy can be maintained by might indefinitely but all will eventually fall to the influence of the clever mind.
the moral lesson of the movie troy,..."Love can cause war."
For me the moral lesson of this movie is about the two people who love each other but in the wrong time and wrong place. . . . .
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No, Troy Polamalu is of Samoan descent.
Using Homer as the source the number of ships comes to 1196 (ILYAD: Book 2: The Great Gathering of Armies 590-850) they are as follows: grouped by numbers Boeotians - 50, …Euboeans - 50 Minyas - 30, phocaeans - 40, Pheddipus and Antiphus - 30 Athens - 50, Achilles - 50 Agamemnon - 100 Menelaus - 60, Buprasium and Elis - 40 Arcadians - 60, Meges - 40 Argos - 80, Thoas - 40 Idomeneus - 80 Locrians - 40, Nestor - 90 Podarces - 40, Tricca - 30 Polypoetes - 40, Prothous - 40, Guneus - 22 Ajax - 12, Odysseus - 12, Rhodes - 9, Nireus - 3, Eurypylus - 40, Eumelas - 11 and finally Philoctetes with 7 ships You will note there is 10 lines with 1000 ships then 1 line with 102 ships and the final grouping has 94 ships for a total of 1196
Using Homer as the source the number of ships comes to 1196 (ILYAD: Book 2: The Great Gathering of Armies 590-850) Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_ships_were_…launched_to_Troy#ixzz28FmY4vqd
Love can move mountains. It will take the risk even if it causes death. Love conquers all. That's all Ican say....(.^_^.)
LOVE each other until the end =)
When someone does not love you, and leaves you, don't be a Menelaus and cause a war and get a lot of people killed until you can drag back your 'lover'.
try the book
The Black Pearl was originally called the Wicked Wench .
the Myrmidons. The Warriors of achilles.
Paris started everything...
The ISBN of Black Ships Before Troy is 0-385-31069-2.