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Trojans
Strengths and Weaknesses
*Great Warrior and Fighter
*Great Leader


* Family and Pride
Hector, Priam, Hecuba, & Paris Family Tree
Priam
*Trojan
*King of Troy
*Son of Laomedon and Strymo
*Father of fifty Trojan warriors
* The City of Troy his his symbol
*His role and Duty is to the City of Troy

Strengths and Weaknesses
*Wise and Powerful
*Old,and cant fight anymore.

Agenor
Daughter to Queen of Sparta and King of the Gods
Sister of Pollux, half sister to Castor and Clytmenestra.
Note: Married Menalaus, brother of Agamemnon, who married Clytmenestra.
Was Spartan, then Trojan, then Spartan again.
Caused Trojan War, Paris abducted her, causing Menalaus to tell his brother to get her back.
Part in War: was abducted by Paris. Menalaus asked Agamemnon to get her back. Cause of Trojan War.
Objects associated with her: Swan Egg
Swan Birth
Ancient goddess associated with birds and trees (suggested by scholars)
Strengths
Beautiful
Powerful men
Father is Zeus
Weaknesses
Constant damsel in distress
Wifely duties
Helped kill Deiphobus (current husband, brother of Paris after he died)
Hector
*Trojan prince
*Role: Great Warrior/General
*He symbolizes Trojans Security and the Ideal Warrior
*Son of Hecuba and Priam
*Wife Andromache and son Astyanax

A son of the Trojan Antenor and Theano
The priestess of Athena
One of the bravest among the Trojans, and is one of the leaders in the attack upon the fortifications of the Greeks.
While fighting Achilles he is wounded, but Apollo saved him and made himself look like Agenor to draw Achilles away from the walls of Troy
Antenor
Parents were Aesyetes & Cleomestra
Husband of Athena's priestess Theano
Advisor to King Priam
Tried to get Paris to return Helen to
bring peace to Trojan's and Greek's
The Greeks spared him and his family
when they sacked Troy.
Strength and Weakness: Kindness and hospitality
Trojan
Son of Aphrodite (Venus) and Anchises
Cousin to King Priam of Troy
Husband to Creusa
Father of Ascanius
Leader of Troy's Dardanian allies during the Trojan war
After War, led Trojan survivors to Italy. Founded the roman culture
The Aeneid was written about his travels to Italy
Duties: Defending Troy. He was very good at it. Second only to Hector
Great grandson to Tros, therefore part of the royal family. King Priam is Tros's grandson
Friend of Pandarus, an excellent archer
Saved by Poseidon, Venus, Apollo, Artemis, Leto
Strengths: Faith in Gods, strong belief in family, strong warrior, humble
Weaknesses: Too tender hearted
Symbols: Sword of Troy
Atlas
Pleione
Electra
Zeus
Dardanus
Son: New Troy
Father: Past Troy
Aeneas: Present Troy
Chryseis
Captured by Agamemnon
Her father is the priest Chryses
Her father appealed to Apollo, who sent a plague to terrorize the Greek army
Briseis
Chryses
Andromache
Trojan
Wife of Hector
Two Sons, Astyanax and Laodamas
Infant flies off of Troy's walls
Her father was Eetion, king of Thebae in Cilicia. He was killed by Achilles when he captured Thebae
Mother was killed by Artemis
Achilles and the Seven brothers
Strengths: Courageous, Loyal, Loving
Weaknesses: Love towards family.
Crown Princess of Troy
Aftermath: Neoptolemus (son of Achilles) and Molossus, Pielus, and Pergamus.
Helenus and Cestrinus
Symbols: Pain and suffering of the bystanders of war
Briseis was the daughter of Briseus and lived in Lyrnessus.
Her husband was Mynes, son of Euenus.When Achilles led the assault on that city during the Trojan War, her family died at his hands; she was given to Achilles as a war prize.
Agamemnon demanded Briseis from Achilles because he himself had been forced to give up his female captive, Chryseis.
Achilles gave up Briseis and was angry at Agamemnon so he refused to fight in the war
This gave the Trojans an atvantage
When the Greeks suffered heavy defeats as a result of Achilles not fighting, Agamemnon promised to give Briseis back and a large sum of money
Achilles refused and only after the death of his friend, Patroclus, did Achilles return to the war.
Then he was given Briseis back
Hecuba
*19 children
*Wife of Priam, Queen of Troy
*Daughter of Dyrmas and Evagora
*Oracle told her about her about the future of Paris


Strengths and weaknesses
Paris
Trojan
Son of Hector and Andromache
Died as an infant, thrown off the city's walls
Either Odysseus or Neoptolemus threw him
Symbolizes the brutality of humans
Andromache's Choice
Strengths and Weaknesses
Erichthonius
Tros
*Often self-centered and unmanly
* Lustful

*He can use a bow
*Trojan
Works Cited
www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/259212/

*Trojan Prince
*Raised by a Shepard
*Symbol: Golden Apple
*Beauty Contest/Starts Trojan War
*Kills Achilles

http://library.thinkquest.org/05aug/00156/hectoroftroy.html
*Committed to her family
* Really has no power or say in the city of Troy
http://www.hector.com/listingview.php?listingID=15
http://www.pantheon.org/articles/h/hector.html
http://www.stanford.edu/~plomio/hecuba.html
http://www.pantheon.org/articles/p/priam.html
Sources:
http://www.stanford.edu/~plomio/andromache.html
http://www.mythencyclopedia.com/Am-Ar/Andromache.html
http://www.mythindex.com/greek-mythology/A/Andromache.html
http://www.mythencyclopedia.com/Go-Hi/Helen-of-Troy.html
http://www.stanford.edu/~plomio/helen.html
http://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/aeneas.html
http://www.mythindex.com/greek-mythology/A/Aeneas.html
http://www.stanford.edu/~plomio/creusa.html
http://www.mythencyclopedia.com/Go-Hi/Helen-of-Troy.html
http://www.stanford.edu/~plomio/helen.html
Assaracus
Antenor
Aesyetes
Cleomestra
Ilus
Cisseus
Laomedon
Pedaeus
Theano
Hecabe
Praim
Laodice
Helicaon
Archelochus
Agenor
Acamas
Glaucus
Laodocus
Polybus
Iphidamos
Coon
Laodamas
Agamemnon took his daughter Chryseis
Priest of Apollo
After Agamemnon refused all of Chryses he
prayed to Apollo who in sent a plague on the
Greeks
Aeneas
Astyanax
Helen of Troy
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