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King Menelaus lost Helen when she eloped with Paris.

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He lost his wife Helen when she eloped with Paris?

Menelaus


Who was the wife of Paris?

Paris eloped with Helen, the wife of Menelaus king of Sparta.


Who is the wife of Paris?

Oenone was Paris' lover, and Helen was his wife. Helen was known as "Helen of Sparta" and "Helen of Troy. " She was a demigod, as Zeus was her father.


What was the motivation of the Trojan War?

Helen, the wife of menelus( a king of greece) eloped with paris, the prince of troy and declined to return Helen. Agamenon, the strong emperor of Greece saw a reason to attack his long time enemy the troy and called for the war...


Who was the woman who ran off with Paris and started the Trojan War?

Helen, Queen of Sparta, wife of King Menelaus, eloped with Paris and became known thereafter as Helen of Troy. One myth has it that Paris was asked to judge a beauty contest between Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite. In order to earn his favour, Aphrodite promised Paris the most beautiful woman in the world - who happened to be the already married Helen. Different literary sources differ on whether Helen joined Paris willingly or was abducted.


Who was of Paris?

Paris was a younger son of Priam, King of Troy, who won from Aphrodite the right to choose the most beautiful woman in the world. As a result, he eloped with Helen, wife of King menelaus of Sparta, took her home (where she became Helen of Troy) and started the Trojan war. In the war he killed Achilles with an arrow and was himself killed by Philoctetes


Whom Paris left for Helen?

I don't believe that Paris had a girlfriend or wife before he had sex with Helen.


How did the Trojan war begin?

The Trojan war began when Helen eloped with Paris. Helen was the wife of Menelaus; king of Mycenae (Sparta) and Paris was the son of Priam, King of Troy. The couple escaped back to Troy; and Menelaus called upon the rest of the Greek states to support his effort to get Helen back. When the Trojans refused to give Helen back to Menelaus the Greeks attacked the city; and after a long siege Troy was destroyed.


Who was menelaus's wife captured by Paris?

Helen Queen of Sparta.


Who is the brother-in-law of Helen in the Odyssey?

Helen was the wife of Menelaus who was the brother of Agamemnon, so Agamemnon was her brother in law. After Helen went to Troy with Paris and became his wife, Hector, brother of Paris, became her brother-in-law.


What did Paris take before he left Greece?

Paris took Helen the wife of Menelaus, the king of Sparta, Helen was the most beautiful woman in Greece


What are the three reasons of war in Helen of Troy?

The reasons for the Trojan war are: 1. Paris took Helen to Troy. 2. Helen was Menelaus' wife. 3. Menelaus loved his wife dearly.