Does he devote a significant amount of space talking about the rapes or Io, Europa, Medea, and Helen?
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He discusses the kidnappings of those princesses, in the context of the reasons the Persians gave for their enmity towards the Greek. Such discussion takes the first five paragraphs (something like 3%) of Book I (the whole work consists of nine books); but it is not really an account of the Trojan War.