In the infamous tale of Homer, the beautiful Helene is abducted by Pâris, prince of Troy, triggering the great furor of her husband Menelas, who besieges Troy. The city holds for ten years, before surrending to the subterfuge of Ulysses – the Trojan Horse. But haunting questions remain. Where did the Trojan War take place? Who were the Trojans? Why did the Greeks fight them? What happened to the survivors? Archaeologist Rüstem Aslan has been working on the site of Hissarlik in Turkey, where he identified the siege of ancient Troy. He discovered not only one, but nine ancient cities, built through the years one on top of the other. Archaeologist Elena Korka is looking for answers in Greece, where an astonishing finding has been made: the uncovering of the ancient city of Tenea.