Which two of these epic poems are about the trojan war?

Which two of these epic poems are about the trojan war? beowulf paradise lost the sack of troy the telegony the faerie queene


The sack of troy and the telegony
The telegony
and the sack of troy. but i'm not sure about the sack of troy though

  The Sack of Troy.

  The Telegony.


  They are both parts of a collection of ancient Greek epic poems named Epic Cycle. These poems are composed in dactylic hexameter and related to the story of the Trojan War.

  The Sack of Troy also known as the Iliupersis is a poem located in the middle of the Epic Cycle. It begins with the discussion of the Trojans about what to do with the wooden horse, which was left behind by the Greeks. It is the last poem related to the war in Trojan soil.

  The Telegony is the final poem of the cycle and is about Telegonus, son of Circe and Oddyseus. It comes chronologically after the Odyssey.

  I hope this answer helps you.

The sack of troy


The two epic poems about the Trojan War are "The Sack of Troy"and "The Telegony".

The Sack of Troy, also known as Iliupersis, is atributed to Arctinus of Miletus, who may have wrote it in 8th century BCE. It tells the story of the Trojan Horse.

The Telegony is a lost ancient Greek epic poem about Telegonus, son of Odysseus. It tells how Telegonus married Penelope after he killed his father.

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