After the Greeks won the war, she was reunited with Menelaus, and she helped him kill Deiphobus. Some stories say that the gods, angry at the trouble Helen had caused, sent storms to drive their ships off course to Egypt and other lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea.When they finally arrived in Sparta, the couple lived happily, although by some accounts, Menelaus remained suspicious of Helen's feelings and loyalty.Helen's brothers Castor and Pollux rescued her while Theseus was away and brought her back to Sparta.
Their arrival at Troy marked the beginning of the Trojan War. At times, she helped the Trojans by pointing out Greek leaders.
At other times, however, she sympathized with the Greeks and did not betray them when opportunities to do so arose.
In Greek mythology, Helen of Troy was the most beautiful woman in the world.
A daughter of the god Zeus*, she is best known for the part she played in causing the Trojan War*, a story told by Homer in the Iliad] and the Odyssey].
Some stories say Helen went willingly, seduced by Paris's charms.