In Greek mythology, Chryseis was a Trojan woman, the daughter of Chryses.
Chryseis, her apparent name in the Iliad, means simply "Chryses' daughter"; later
Chryseis , in the Iliad, a woman captured by Agamemnon. When ransom efforts
failed, her father, the priest Chryses, appealed to Apollo, who.
Chryseis, in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Chryses, a priest of Apollo.
She was taken as a prisoner of Agamemnon during the Trojan War. Chryses was
Chryseis Mythology - Daughter of Chryses. Mother of Chryses. When she was
captured at Troy, she was given as a prize to Agamemnon. Her father pleaded for
In Greek mythology, Chryseis (Greek: Χρύσηίς, Khrysēís) was a Trojan woman,
the daughter of Chryses. In the first book of the Iliad, Agamemnon takes her as a
Oct 23, 2010 ... Chryseis is the daughter of a priest of Apollo who is taken as a concubine by
Agamemnon when the Greek army conquered the city of Thebe.
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In Greek and Roman Mythology, Chryseis was a captive maiden given to
Agamemnon; his refusal to accept ransom from her father Chryses caused Apollo
In "The Iliad," Chryseis is a maiden whose father is a priest of Apollo. She has
been captured by the Greek general Agamemnon. Agamemnon refuses to give ...
The narrative begins nine years after the start of the war, as the Achaeans sack a
Trojan-allied town and capture two beautiful maidens, Chryseis and Briseis.