In Greece, Achilles, son of Peleus, and Tyndareos, king of Sparta, go against Agamemnon, the lord of Mycenae. As war seems inevitable, a gigantic army from the Orient menaces the Hittite empire and the all powerful Egypt of Ramses II. No one seems capable of defeating these warriors carried by the magic of Ouranos, a God once banished by Zeus. The Delphic oracle, Pythia, prophesizes that the world’s future will be decided in the city of Troy.
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