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In Greek mythology, Astyanax was the son of Hector, the crown prince of Troy, and his wife, Princess Andromache of Cilician Thebe. His birth name was ...

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Astyanax: Astyanax, in Greek legend, prince who was the son of the Trojan prince Hector and his wife Andromache. Hector named him Scamandrius after the ...

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May 7, 2018 ... In Ancient Greek Mythology, Astyanax was the son of the King Priam of Troy's oldest son, Hector, the Crown Prince of Troy.

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(genus): Astyanax abramis, Astyanax aeneus, Astyanax alburnus, Astyanax altior , Astyanax altiparanae, Astyanax angustifrons, Astyanax anterior, Astyanax ...

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Mar 3, 1997 ... Astyanax. "Ruler of the city." The son of Hector and Andromache. Hector had named him Scamandrius (after the river Scamander near Troy) but ...

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Astyanax definition is - a son of Hector and Andromache hurled by the Greeks from the walls of Troy.

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Astyanax was killed because his father had been killed by Achilles, and Neoptolemnus, Achilles' son, believed the baby would grow up and want revenge.

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Feb 9, 2018 ... Get everything you need to know about Astyanax in The Trojan Women. Analysis, related quotes, timeline.

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You're in good academic company to think it originated in sacrifice, but likely as its instantiated in the epic tradition. For one, the Greeks did not ...