The destruction of Troy : in three books : ... also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdoms', with the decay and overthrow of others, with many admirable acts of chivalry and martial prowess, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and love of distressed ladies
Lefèvre, Raoul, fl. 1460
(from t.p.) The I. Shewing the founders and foundation of the said city, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules
The II. How it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time, and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death
The III. How Priamus, Son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy again, more strong than it was before, and for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Meneclaus of Greece, the said city was utterly destroyed, and Priamus with Hector, and all his sons slain.