Priamus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Troy at the time of the Trojan War
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her obeisance. And Priamus, too, had a great many women,
goddess!" And even Priamus himself is moved at the
like the herdsman is to Priamus' sons."  There
has - When aged Priamus was laid low beneath the warrin
thousand years. Priamus the king of the Trojans, worn
against the city of Troy, when Priamus governed Phrygia.
Trojan women praying to Priamus or to any one of his daug
Helenus, the son of King Priamus, for his eminent services,
ssandra, the daughter of Priamus, who died at that place,
to her father-in-law, Priamus: Before thy presence, fat
& And hurled destruction on Priamus' wall. And others
ation of Aethia, the sister of Priamus. After they had bee
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