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In [[Ancient Greece|Greek]] [[mythology]], '''Paris''' was a son of [[King Priam]] and Queen [[Hecuba]] of [[Troy]]. Paris' abduction of [[Helen of Troy|Helen]] from [[Sparta]] caused the decade-long [[Trojan War]].

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In Greek mythology, Paris was a son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. Paris' abduction of Helen from Sparta caused the decade-long Trojan War.