The Trojan horse (Trojan = wooden) in Greek mythology is a construction inspired by Odysseus, a wooden crypt horse. Odysseus’ purpose was to deceive the Trojans and to take it as a gift and as a sign of goodwill and peace from the Achaeans. In fact, it was a construction that hid inside the most important ancient Greek heroes. They, after the horse entered Troy, got out of it and opened the gates to the rest, in order to start the looting of the city. In the early representations of the 8th and 7th BC. century is presented as a huge construction with a series of openings, while the number of warriors it included varies, depending on the narrative and the poet. The expression Trojan Horse today implies entry with trickery, deceit and cunning.