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Paris (Ancient Greek: Πάρις), also known as Alexander (Ἀλέξανδρος, Aléxandros ), the son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy, appears in a number of ...

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Paris was the son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy, who eloped with Helen, queen of Sparta, thus causing the events that led to the Trojan War. ...

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Dec 6, 2007 ... Paris, ( Greek: “Defender”) also called Alexandros, in Greek legend, son of King Priam of Troy and his wife, Hecuba. A dream regarding his ...

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Paris was the second child of Queen Hecabe 1 of Troy. Just before his birth, Hecabe 1 dreamt she had brought forth a firebrand that destroyed the city of Troy.

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The son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy*, Paris seemed destined for disaster from birth. Shortly before he was born, his mother dreamed that she gave  ...

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Paris of Troy was a son of Priam, King of Troy and his wife Hecabe. His paternal grandfather was Laomedon, King of Troy. His maternal grandfather was ...

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Paris of course came from Troy, and his abduction of Helen from Sparta is the reason why a thousand ships, all packed with heroes and men, arrived at the ...

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This article is about Paris of Troy. You may be looking for Paris (demigod), a demigod from The Lightning Thief film or Paris, France, a city of France. Paris ( also ...

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Prince of Troy who was the son of king Priam and his queen Hecuba. ... to the hero's mortal heel, but Paris himself was killed with an arrow from Philoctetes.

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Apr 13, 2016 ... Paris falls in love with Helen and abducts her. ... King Menelaus is already Helen's husband, and talks the Greeks into going to war with Troy.