Polydorus

[son of Astyanax] In Greek mythology, Polydorus or Polydore (Πολύδωρος) was the son of Astyanax, prince of Troy. Astyanax was killed by either Neoptolemos (Achilles` son) or by Odysseus. According to another legend, Astyanax was brought to Greece to take Neoptolemos. In Frankish legend, Polydore was an ancestor of Clovis I, Peppin ...
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Polydorus

[son of Priam] Polydorus (Polydoros; Πολύδωρος) is the youngest son of Priam and Hecuba in the mythology of the Trojan War. Polydorus is an example of the fluid nature of myth, as his role and story vary significantly in different traditions and sources. == In Hecuba and Metamorphoses == In Euripides` tragedy Hecuba, the ghost of P...
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Polydorus

Polydorus, in Greek legend: see Hecuba.
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Polydorus

[son of Cadmus] In Greek mythology, Polydorus (s or s; Πολύδωρος, i.e. `many-gift[ed]`) was the eldest son of Cadmus and Harmonia and king of Thebes. His sisters were Semele, Ino, Agave, and Autonoë. Upon the death of Cadmus, Pentheus, the son of Echion and Agave, the daughter of Cadmus, ruled Thebes for a short time until Dionysu...
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Polydorus

In Greek mythology, Polydorus (s or s; Πολύδωρος, i.e. `many-gift[ed]`) or Polydoros referred to several different people. In art, Polydorus was: == Notes == ...
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