Characters

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Aeneas

Ascanius

The son of Aeneas he is credited with founding the city of Alba Longa

Andromache

Anchises

Briseis

Cassandra

Dardanus

Son of Zeus and the Pleiad Electra, he came from Samothrace and was husband of king Teucers daughter. When the king died Dardanus became king and called his kingdom Dardania.

He called its capital was called Troy after his grandson Tros.

Glaucus

Hector

Hecuba

The mother of Trojan princes, including Hector and Paris, wife of King Praim

Helen (of Troy)

Laokoon

Memnon

Memnon was an Ethiopian king and son of Tithonus and Eos. At the Trojan War, he brought an army to Troy's defense and was killed by Achilles in retribution for killing Antilochus. After Memnon's death, Zeus was moved by Eos' tears and granted him immortality.

Oenone

Paris' first wifes a nymph from Mount Ida in Phrygia. Her father was Cebren, a river-god. She was skilled in the arts of prophecy and medicine, which she had been taught by Rhea and Apollo respectively. When Paris left her for Helen she told him that if ever he was wounded, he should come to her for she could heal any injury, even the most serious wounds.

When Paris was mortally wounded by Philoctetes he was borne to Mount Ida, where he begged Oenone to heal him. She refused and Paris was brought back to Troy, where he died. Relenting, Oenone pursued him down the mountain, but arrived too late, and she threw herself onto his burning funeral pyre.

Paris

Praim

Sarpedon

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