Anchises

In Greek mythology, Anchises (z, {respell|an|KY|seez} or (z {respell|ang|KY|seez}; Ἀγχίσης, pron) was the son of Capys and Themiste (daughter of Ilus, who was son of Tros). He was the father of Aeneas and a prince from Dardania, a territory neighbouring Troy. His major claim to fame in Greek mythology is that he was a mortal lover of the g...
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Anchises

(?an-KYE-sees?) son of Capys and Themiste and father of Aeneas with Aphrodite. He was crippled by a thunderbolt from Zeus after boasting of the affair.
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Anchises

Anchises (ănkī'sēz) , in Greek mythology, member of the ruling family of Troy; father of Aeneas by Aphrodite. When Anchises boasted of the goddess's love, Zeus crippled or, in some versions of the legend, blinded him. When Troy fell, Aeneas rescued his father in a scene often d...
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Anchises

Father of Aeneas.
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Anchises

In classical mythology, a member of the Trojan royal family; king of Dardanus on Mount Ida. Loved by the goddess Aphrodite, he was struck by lightning and blinded by Zeus for boasting of the affair....
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Anchises

in Greek legend, member of the junior branch of the royal family of Troy: While he was tending his sheep on Mount Ida, the goddess Aphrodite met him ...
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Anchises

loved by Aphrodite, father of Aeneas (Aeneid).
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