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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In Greek mythology, Laomedon was a Trojan king, son of Ilus, brother of Ganymede and Assaracus, and father of Priam, Astyoche, Lampus, Hicetaon, Clytius, Cilla, Proclia, Aethilla, Medesicaste, Clytodora, and Hesione. Tithonus is also described by most sources as Laomedon's eldest legitimate son; and most sources omit Ganymedes from the list of Laomedon's children, but indicate him as his uncle instead. Laomedon's possible wives are Placia, Strymo (or Rhoeo) and Leucippe; by the former he begot Tithonus and by the latter King Priam (see John Tzetzes' Scholia in Lycophronem 18. He also had a son named Bucolion by the nymph Calybe, as recounted by Homer in the Iliad (6.22). Dictys Cretensis (4. 22) added Thymoetes to the list of Laomedon's children. Laomedon owned several horses with divine parentage that Zeus has given him as compensation for the kidnapping of Ganymedes. Anchises secretly bred his own mares from these more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
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