Priam

Priam (/ˈpraɪ.əm/, Greek Πρίαμος Priamos) was the king of Troy during the Trojan War and youngest son of Laomedon. Modern scholars derive his name from the Luwian compound Priya-muwa-, which means "exceptionally courageous".

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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 several concubines, who bore his children ... The three main sources for the names of the children of Priam are Homer's Iliad, where a number of his sons are briefly mentioned among the defenders of ...
Priam - Family Tree
... Batea Erichthonius Ilus Tros Ilus Assaracus Ganymede Laomedon Themiste Capys Priam Anchises Aphrodite/Venus Latinus Creusa Aeneas Lavinia Ascanius Silvius Silvius Aeneas Silvius ...
Troy Series: Characters - Family of Priam
... Priam, Andromache and Hektor are the most important members of the Trojan royal family ... However, many of its members are notable characters, particularly Priam's wife, Queen Hekabe ...
Tufted Gray Langur
... The tufted gray langur (Semnopithecus priam) is an Old World monkey, one of the species of langurs ... There are two subspecies, Semnopithecus priam thersites in Sri Lanka and the southern Western Ghats in India, and Semnopithecus priam priam from Andhra Pradesh to ...
Cassandra (novel) - Plot
... Cassandra's narrative begins by describing her youth, when she was Priam's favorite daughter and loved to sit with him as he discussed politics and matters of state ... It is Aeneas' father Anchises who tells Cassandra of the mission to bring Hesione, Priam's sister who was taken as a prize by Telamon during the first Trojan War, back from Sparta ... returned to Troy and been reclaimed as Priam and Hecuba's son, though as a child he was abandoned ...