Trojan War: Fact or Fiction?

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There is also an Alaksandus-Alexandros, ruler of Wilusa, a vassal of the Hittite king Muwatallis in the early thirteenth century. Some may think that Alaksandus was perhaps an ancestor to Paris-Alexandros, Priam's son, Helen's seducer and the cause of the Trojan War. Are these names a solid part of evidence that the Trojan War could have occurred, or are scholars simply connecting them to each other because they want to think the Trojan War was real...
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If the Ahhiyawa are the Achaeans, textual evidence for Greek presence and involvement on the west coast of Bronze Age Asia Minor for conflicts and battles between Ahhiyawa and Hittites, and at least one such conflict about Wilusa, but there is no certainty that the Hittite texts refer to "the" or even "a" Trojan War...
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