Troy was not located in Greece, but was in what is now Turkey, around the mouth of the Dardanelles Strait, at Hissarlik.
Destroyed in 1200 B.C., it was excavated in 1871 by Heinrich Schliemann.
Turkey got its name not because the country is supposedly shaped like a bird, despite what you may have heard.
The Turks got their name from the Chinese.
By A.D. 500, Chinese records clearly call these early ancestors of the Huns Tu-Kue.