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Modern archaeologists, excavating deeper, have found a series of cities built on top of each other, including a walled city which appears to have been destroyed by war, whose date corresponds to that of ancient Troy. C., is another civilization we have come to know from both legend and archaeology.
Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Firebrand (1987), a feminist perspective of the Trojan War seen through the eyes of a Kassandra raised by Amazons.
Review Gillian Bradshaw, The Sun's Bride (2008), about the helmsman of a third-century Rhodian ship whose mission is to hunt and destroy pirates. Bryher, Gate to the Sea (1958), about a priestess in a community of enslaved Greeks in Poseidonia and her efforts to help her people escape; Bryher was the name adopted by author Annie Winnifred Ellerman. Review Moyra Caldecott, The Lily and the Bull (1979), about life in ancient Crete; self-published.
Review Grant Buday, Dragonflies (2008), about Odysseus and his scheme to end the Trojan War with a Greek victory by building a gigantic, hollow, wooden horse. Taylor Caldwell, Glory and the Lightning (1974), about the courtesan Aspasia and Pericles of Athens.
Les Cole, The Sea Kings: The Prophecy (1996), about Cretan traders in the Bronze Age; #1 in the Sea King trilogy.
Les Cole, Lion at Sea: The Prophecy Continues (2001), about Cretan traders in the Bronze Age; #2 in the Sea King trilogy; self-published.
Gertrude Atherton, The Jealous Gods (1928), about Alcibiades of Athens.