The Trojan War really happened

In 1184 BC, the 30-foot-high walls of Troy were set on fire, putting an end to the Trojan War.

The ashes, the arrowheads, and the fallen soldiers still exist to the present day — preserved underneath a later city built on its ruins.

The city of Priam, often called “Troy VII” or “Troy VIIa”, is still being unearthed in modern-day Turkey..

Modern Remains Of Troy