Trojan War in popular culture

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There is a wide range of ways in which people have represented the Trojan War in popular culture.

Art[edit]

Painting[edit]

The pre-war episodes of Leda and the Swan and the Judgement of Paris were frequent subjects in art from the Renaissance onwards.

Pottery[edit]

Innumerable ancient items, including:

Sculpture[edit]

Literature[edit]

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Music[edit]

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Television and radio[edit]

Comics and graphic novels[edit]

  • The Third Argument (1995), a Serbian graphic novel based on the writings of Milorad Pavić, with script by Zoran Stefanović and art by Zoran Tucić, published in USA by Heavy Metal Magazine (1998-2000)
  • Age of Bronze an ongoing series by writer and artist Eric Shanower, published by Image Comics.
    • Age of Bronze volume 1: A Thousand Ships (2001), in collecting issues #1 - 9. ISBN 978-1-58240-200-0.
    • Age of Bronze volume 2: Sacrifice (2005), collecting issues #10 - 19. ISBN 978-1-58240-399-1.
    • Age of Bronze volume 3: Betrayal, Part One (2007). ISBN 978-1-58240-755-5.
  • Marvel Illustrated
    • The Iliad (2008) (Hardcover), ISBN 978-0-7851-2383-5, collecting issues #1 - 8, adapted by Roy Thomas and Miguel Angel Sepulveda from the epic poem.
    • The Odyssey (2009) (Hardcover), ISBN 978-0-7851-1908-1, collecting issues #1 - 8, adapted by Roy Thomas and Greg Tocchini from the epic poem.
    • The Trojan War (2009) (Hardcover), ISBN 978-0-7851-3862-4, collecting issues #1 - 5, adapted by Roy Thomas and Miguel Angel Sepulveda based on Epic Cycle and other ancient sources.
  • The Trojan War app (2013) (App Store (iOS) application), published by Kichigai Editions.

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