Menelaus and his friends camped on the beach in front of Troy for years, and they ate up a storm when they weren't fighting, but I find no references in the Iliad to eating fish. They ate lots of mammals, but not a word about seafood. Many of them came from coastal areas, so they must have eaten it at home, so why not at Troy? Poseidon certainly didn't forbid it, and I can find nothing suggesting a magical or religious prohibition for any of the campaigners. Can anybody enlighten me?