Greeks Bearing Gifts

Greeks bearing gifts may refer to:

  • The myth of Laocoön, priest of Troy, who, in Virgil's Aeneid, tells his countrymen to "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts"
  • "Greeks Bearing Gifts" (Torchwood), a 2006 episode of the science-fiction television programme Torchwood
  • "Greeks Bearing Gifts", a 1991 episode of Inspector Morse

Other articles related to "greeks, gift, greek":

Trojan Horse - Literary Accounts
... Under the leadership of Epeios, the Greeks built the wooden horse in three days ... plan called for one man to remain outside of the horse he would act as though the Greeks abandoned him, leaving the horse as a gift for the Trojans ... A Greek soldier named Sinon was the only volunteer for the role ...

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