Originally Posted by Achilles
By this same reasoning, the discovery of Troy confirms the events of the Iliad and is evidence that the Grecian pantheon of gods and goddesses really exist. Or to borrow from an earlier analogy, the confirmation of the city of London shows that there really was a boy wizard named "Harry".
Authors use actual people/places in fictional works all the time. That doesn't make them "historically accurate"
Neither of your examples make any sense, or have anything to do with what I was saying.
Also, did you even read anything on the link to that website you gave me? I didn't ask for someone else's oppinions, I want yours and other people on this forum's. Come on Achilles, give me a real, valid argument.