The Lost City of Troy
Troy – the legendary city that’s said to be the scene of the Trojan War, immortalised by Homer in his epic poem, the Iliad. A war that’s said to have lasted ten years and ended by perhaps the most famous trick in history – the Trojan Horse.
But do ancient ruins on the Western shores of modern-day Turkey show that Troy once really existed? Can archaeological finds at the site provide evidence for a decade-long war? And will a scientific experiment show how Greek soldiers hid in the belly of a wooden horse – and then captured the city?