Helen of Troy is abducted by the Illyrians according to some archaeological evidences

 Another classical scene recounts Helen's abduction, where the Pelasgian-Illyrian-Albanian plis (kind of ancient Illyrian hat) is an inevitable testimony.

Helen is not yet sixteen (in other documents she is twelve years old) when Theseus takes her from Sparta to Athens. But as she still is not able to love, remains hidden in a safe place.

She then became the bride of Menelaus and gives him four children: Hermione, Patty, Etiolaen, and Marafion. God Aferdita, in the meantime, promises to Paris to marry Helen. The young man (Paris) seduces her and then takes her with force. On the return journey to Troy (Hector and Paris) are hampered by bad weather, two fugitives wander in the sea for long time.

You can see in above basoreliev; the relief shows the woman (Helena) with a short tunic, a headscarf and a cloak.

On the left side of basoreliev, we see the decorated nose of the ship, in which a male figure holds the helm.

What is most important to us Albanians is that the four male presented in this basoreliev in alabaster located in the archaelogical site Volterra, Italy. are all Pelasgian-Illirians with a plis on their head. The two man -left and right of Helen are Paris and Hector - (even those with plis)./Oculus News

Helen of Troy is abducted by the Illyrians according to some archaeological evidences Helen of Troy is abducted by the Illyrians according to some archaeological evidences Monday, September 11, 2017 Rating: 5
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