His substitution of Troye for Frigie is due to the gloss: Troia enim erat metropolis Frigie.
The ruins of Troia have escaped desecration, if they have not obtained the care and study which they merit.
Several melancholy circumstances are there related, as arising out of the possession of the Troia by Darius.
The name Troia was probably bestowed by Portuguese antiquaries of the Renaissance period, who mention it thus in their writings.
Many interesting occurrences are related of Troia during the first and second Peloponnesian wars.
Imprisoned, the warriors advance to take Troia a captive And finish the struggle by strategem new and unheard of.
The Troia had been left in ruins; and was a desert, in the time of Strabo.
The first three lines might have been expressed by an ablative absolute in two words—Troia euersa.
The war sang to him of arms and men—ay, as war has sung since Troia's day, of women, too.