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If someone tells you to beware of Greeks bearing gifts, he is warning you to be wary about the reasons why someone is suddenly treating you kindly. The warning implies that person being nice might have an ulterior motive for being kind. Origin of Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts. This is originally a Latin phrase that has been used for hundreds of years. This phrase originates from the story of the wooden Trojan horse, which was a gift given by the Greeks to the Trojans in the story of the Aeneid. Therefore, the Trojans would literally be afraid of Greeks bearing gifts to them because what seemed to be a kind gift was actually intended to be a tool of war and destruction. Examples of Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts. In modern times, people use this phrase to caution others about the people with which they spend time.
Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts - Chairman of the Board, Telephone Call, A Quiet Evening At Home and 20 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts. From: Anthony Holland.
Helen of Troy wakes up out of a nightmare featuring a menacing warrior and tries to tell her husband Paris about her fears but he tells her to stop worrying- it spoils her looks, and that is why he is fighting the Greeks to keep her. She leaves their room and goes to her loyal subject Miltiades and tells him to take her crown as a token to Xena and ask her to come to Troy
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Free download and listen Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts. Tracks count: 20. Views: 10. Len Maxwell, Robert Dryden, Anthony Holland - Chairman of the Board 00:55. Bryna Raeburn, Susan Anspach - Telephone Call 01:02.
When someone says beware of Greeks bearing gifts they mean that you should not trust enemies or opponents who are being friendly, showing kindness or being generous, as they may have an ulterior motive. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010. After spreading rumors about me to all my friends, Casandra suddenly wants to take me out to lunch. Robbie told me to beware of Greeks bearing gifts. Before you trust that snake Edward to help you in your business, I’ll remind you: Beware of Greeks bearing gifts. This idiom alludes to a famous ploy during the Trojan wars, which ultimately led to the downfall of Troy. The Greeks sent the Trojans a large wooden horse as a gift. When the Trojans brought the horse into their city, Greek soldiers hidden within the horse attacked the city.
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