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The war gave rise to Greek legends that they immortalized first via oral tradition and then in the Iliad, an epic poem compiled in the 9th century BCE by Homer. Among these many tales was that of the invincible Greek hero Achilles, who was finally slain when the Trojan prince Paris shot an arrow to his heel, the one vulnerable point of his body.
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