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  • Menados had no way of knowing how many of the Trojan Horse had survived the battle with Peleus, but based on the numbers of barges the traitor claimed were being used, he assumed there would be at least two thousand.

    Shield of Thunder

  • It had been difficult to gauge the exact number of fighting men Troy could call upon, but Argurios believed it to be no less than ten thousand, including the thousand warriors of the Trojan Horse riding with Hektor against the Egypteians.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • The Trojan Horse cut them down as soon as they moved clear.

    Shield of Thunder

  • No reinforcements are coming from Thraki, and the Trojan Horse is likely to be here soon.

    Shield of Thunder

  • Amitayu Sen Gupta, “Debt elief for LDCs: The new Trojan Horse of Neo-Liberalism,” International Development Economics Associates


  • Hektor is taking the Trojan Horse across and leaving the wounded and the Thrakians.

    Shield of Thunder

  • That was especially irritating, as the armor worn by Trojan Horse riders was intricate: small, overlapping bronze disks, like fish scales, that covered the chest, belly, and lower throat.

    Shield of Thunder

  • Helikaon would sink the enemy fleet, and the Trojan Horse would slaughter the enemy soldiers left on land.

    Shield of Thunder

  • Hektor and the Trojan Horse would sally out from the city, striking like lightning, then fleeing back behind the walls.

    Shield of Thunder

  • Telthorst had fought bitterly against Lleshi's Trojan Horse plan; and once it had succeeded, he had been just as vehemently opposed to Lleshi turning the liner and its shipful of potential hostages loose again.



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