Trojan
Trojan or Trojans may refer to:
Briseis
I love this part, Achilles looks SO hot here... Almost unstandable.
Troad
The Troad (/ˈtroʊˌæd/ or /ˈtroʊəd/) or Troas /ˈtroʊəs/ is the historical name of the Biga peninsula (modern Turkish: Biga Yarımadası, Ancient Greek: Τρῳάς) in the northwestern part of Anatolia, T...
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Telecleia
In Greek mythology, Telecleia (Τηλέκλεια) was a daughter of King Ilus of Troy, and the wife of King Cisseus of Thrace. She is therefore the mother of Theano, wife to Antenor, and also a possible moth...
Trojan Horse
The Trojan Horse is a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. In the canonical version, after a fruitless 10-year siege, the Greek...
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Polites
Polites is the name of two characters in Greek mythology of the Trojan War, and a genus of butterflies.
Gargasus
Gargasus was a Trojan soldier who killed two Greeks in the Trojan War.
Dardania (Troas)
Dardanus was an ancient city in the Troad. It was sometimes called Dardania, a term used also for the district around it. Pliny the Elder called it Dardanium.
At the time of the geographer Strabo,...
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Hyrtacus
In Greek mythology, Hyrtacus (/ˈhɜrtəkəs/; Greek: Ὕρτακος) is an obscure character associated with the Trojan War. He was a comrade of King Priam of Troy. Hyrtacus married Arisbe, daughter of Kin...
Amycus
In Greek mythology, Amykos (Ancient Greek: Ἄμυκος), Latinized as Amycus, was the son of Poseidon and Melia. He was a boxer and King of the Bebryces, a mythical people in Bithynia. Polydeuces kill...
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Laodocus
In Greek mythology, the name Laodocus (/leɪˈɒdəkəs/; Greek: Λαόδοκος/Λαοδόκος) or Leodocus (Λεωδόκος) may refer to:
Lysianassa
Lysianassa is the name of four characters in Greek mythology:
WARRIOR PRIDE
WARRIOR PRIDE is the GCHQ and NSA code name for a pair of spyware kits that can be installed on the iPhone and Android-based smartphones. Information about these kits was published by the press on 27 ...
Lycaon (Troy)
In Greek mythology, as recorded in Homer's Iliad, Lycaon (/laɪˈkeɪən/; Greek: Λυκάων; gen.: Λυκάονος) was a son of Priam and Laothoe, and was the father of Pandarus and Iapyx.
During the Trojan Wa...
Mount Ida
In Greek mythology, two sacred mountains are called Mount Ida, the "Mountain of the Goddess": Mount Ida in Crete; and Mount Ida in the ancient Troad region of western Anatolia (in modern-day Turkey) w...
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Cycnus
In Greek mythology, multiple characters were known as Cycnus (Κύκνος) or Cygnus. The literal meaning of the name is "swan", and accordingly most of them ended up being transformed into swans.
Cycn...
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List of children of Priam
Priam, the mythical king of Troy during the Trojan War, supposedly had 68 sons and (on some accounts) 18 daughters. Priam had several wives, the primary one Hecuba, daughter of Dymas or Cisseus, and s...
List of children of Priam - Wikipedia
Clytus (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Clytus (Κλύτος) is a name that may refer to:
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Tenea
Tenea (Greek: Τενέα) is an ancient city and a former municipality in Corinthia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Corinth, of which it is ...
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Hippodamas
Hippodamas (Ἱπποδάμας, gen. Ἱπποδάμαντος) may refer to:
Aesacus
In Greek mythology, Aesacus or Aisakos (/ˈiːsəkəs/; Ancient Greek: Αἴσακος) was a son of King Priam of Troy. Aesacus sorrowed for the death of his wife or would-be lover, a daughter of the river ...
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Polyxena
In Greek mythology, Polyxena (/pəˈlɪksɨnə/; Greek: Πολυξένη) was the youngest daughter of King Priam of Troy and his queen, Hecuba.
Polyxena is considered the Trojan version of Iphigenia, daughter...
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Emathion
In Greek mythology, the name Emathion (Greek: Ἠμαθίων) refers to four individuals.
Emathion was king of Aethiopia, the son of Tithonus and Eos, and brother of Memnon. Heracles killed him.
Hyperochus
In Greek mythology, the name Hyperochus (Ὑπέροχος) may refer to:Hypeirochus (Ὑπείροχος) is a variant of the same name which refers to:
Il Filostrato
Il Filostrato is a poem by the Italian writer Giovanni Boccaccio, and the inspiration for Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde and, through Chaucer, the Shakespeare play Troilus and Cressida. It i...
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Proclia
In Greek mythology Proclia or Proclea (Πρόκλεια) is the daughter of Laomedon, king of Troy, or Clytius, son of Laomedon (and in the latter case sister of Caletor). She married Cycnus, king of Colonae,...
Ilioneus
In Greek mythology, the name Ilioneus may refer to:
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Halys
Halys may refer to:
Dardanus
In Greek mythology, Dardanus (/ˈdɑrdənəs/; Greek: Δάρδανος) was a son of Zeus and Electra, daughter of Atlas, and founder of the city of Dardanus at the foot of Mount Ida in the Troad.Dionysius of Hal...
Assaracus
In Greek mythology, Assaracus (/əˈsærəkəs/; Ancient Greek: Ἀσσάρακος) was the second son of Tros, King of Dardania. He inherited the throne when his elder brother Ilus preferred to reign instead ...