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Helen may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 People; 2 Places; 3 Entertainment; 4 Other uses; 5 See also. People[edit]. Helen (given name), with a list of people so ... More »

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In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy also known as Helen of Sparta, or simply Helen, was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, and was a sister of Clytemnestra, Castor ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Helen at Encyclopedia.com. ... She then married Menelaus, who, when Paris carried her off to Troy, reminded her ...

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Apr 30, 2015 ... Helen: in Greek legend, the most beautiful woman of Greece and the ... During an absence of Menelaus, however, Helen fled to Troy with Paris, ...

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Apr 17, 2013 ... Helen of Troy by Evelyn de Morgan (1898, London). ... Helen was the daughter of the god Zeus and Leda, the wife of King Tyndareos of Sparta.

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Helen, the face that launched a thousand ships, was a tantalizing enigma from ... but one Academus had knowledge of the facts and revealed the hiding place.

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January 2017 - Helen, the daughter of Zeus and the queen of Sparta, was the most beautiful young woman in the world. She lived in Sparta with her mother and ...

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In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy was the most beautiful woman in the world. A daughter of the god Zeus*, she is best known for the part she played in causing ...

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The most beautiful woman in Greece who was best known for being the cause of the Trojan War. She was half divine: her father was Zeusand her mother Leda, ...

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When Paris seduced Helen and took her to Troy, the oath bound the suitors of ... In Herodotus, The Histories the facts of this story are discussed at 2.113-117.