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In Greek mythology, King Tros of Dardania, son of Erichthonius from whom he inherited the throne and the father of three named sons: Ilus, Assaracus, and Ganymedes. He is the eponym of Troy, also named Ilion for his son Ilus. Tros's wife was said to be Callirrhoe, daughter of the River God Scamander, or Acallaris, daughter of Eumedes. The bust of Zeus found at Otricoli (Sala Rotonda, Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican) Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world and their own cult and ritual practices. ... ɞDardania in Greek mythology is the name of a city founded on Mount Ida by Dardanus from which also the region and the people took their name. ... The mythical King Erichthonius of Dardania and Batia (died c. ... Ilus is the name of several mythological/homeric persons associated directly or indirectly with Troy. ... In Greek mythology, Assaracus was the second son of King Tros of Dardania. ... The Rape of Ganymede, by Rubens In Greek mythology, Ganymede, or closer to the Greek Ganymede the great man that leads (in Greek — Γανυμήδης, Ganumēdēs) was a divine hero whose homeland was the Troad. ... An eponym is the name of a person, whether real or fictitious, who has (or is thought to have) given rise to the name of a particular place, tribe, discovery, or other item. ... Troy or Ilion, see Troy (disambiguation) and Ilion (disambiguation). ... In Greek mythology, three women were named Callirhoe or Callirrhoe: A daughter of Oceanus and mother of Echidna, one of the Oceanids. ... In Greek mythology, Scamander (Skamandros) was an Oceanid, son of Oceanus and Tethys. ... In Greek mythology, Eumedes was the father of Dolon. ...


When Zeus abducted Ganymedes, Tros grieved for his son. Sympathetic, Zeus sent Hermes with two horses so swift they could run over water. Hermes also assured Tros that Ganymede was immortal and would be the cupbearer for the gods, a position of much distinction. Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus, by Praxiteles, found at the Heraion, Olympia, 1877 Hermes (Greek, , IPA: ), in Greek mythology, is the Olympian god of boundaries and of the travelers who cross them, of shepherds and cowherds, of orators and wit, of literature and poets, of athletics, of weights and measures...


In variant versions Ganymede is son of Laomedon son of Ilus son of Tros. In Greek mythology, Laomedon was a Trojan king and father of Ganymedes, Priam, Astyoche, Lampus, Hicetaon, Clytius, Cilla, Aethylla, and Hesione. ... Ilus is the name of several mythological/homeric persons associated directly or indirectly with Troy. ...


It was from Tros that the Dardanians were called Trojans and the land named the Troad. Troy or Ilion, see Troy (disambiguation) and Ilion (disambiguation). ... Map of the Troas The Troas (Troad) is an ancient region in the northwestern part of Anatolia, bounded by the Hellespont to the northwest, the Aegean Sea to the west, and separated from the rest of Anatolia by the massif that forms Mount Ida. ...


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Tros - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (168 words)
In Greek mythology, King Tros of Dardania, son of Erichthonius from whom he inherited the throne and the father of three named sons: Ilus, Assaracus, and Ganymedes.
In variant versions Ganymede is son of Laomedon son of Ilus son of Tros.
It was from Tros that the Dardanians were called Trojans and the land named the Troad.
Tros (199 words)
In Greek mythology, King Tros of Troy (1375 BC - 1328 BC) was the father of Ganymede, Assaracus and Hesione, and son of Erichthonius, King of Dardania.
Tros' son, Ganymede, was kidnapped by Zeus, who had fallen in love with the beautiful boy.
Tros agreed; Heracles succeeded and Telamon married Hesione, Tros' daughter, giving birth to Teucer by him.
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