List of King Priam's children

List of King Priam's children

Priam, the mythical king of Troy during the Trojan War, supposedly had 50 sons and (on some accounts) 50 daughters. Priam had several wives, the primary one Hecuba, daughter of Dymas, and several concubines, who bore his children. There is no official list, but many of them are mentioned in various Greek myths. These are summarized by author below.

Sons

Daughters

List of children according to Homer

*Hector
*Paris
*Deiphobus
*Helenus
*Polydorus
*Troilus
*Polites
*Hippothous
*Kebriones
*Gorgythion
*Agathon
*Mestor
*Chromius
*Doryclus
*Democoon

*Antiphus
*Lycaon
*Pammon

*Dius

*Isus
*Antiphonus
*Echemmon

*Cassandra
*Laodice

*Medesicaste

List of children according to Apollodorus

*Hector
*Paris
*Deiphobus
*Helenus
*Polydorus
*Troilus (according to Apollodorus Troilus's father was Apollo)
*Polites
*Hippothous
*Cebriones (assuming Kebriones and Cebriones are just alternative transliterations of the same name.)
*Gorgythion
*Echemmon
*Agathon
*Mestor
*Chromius
*Doryclus
*Democoon

*Antiphus
*Lycaon
*Pammon

*Archemachus
*Aretus
*Ascanius
*Deiopites
*Dryops
*Evagoras
*Evander
*Polymedon

*Aegeoneus
*Aesacus
*Astygonus
*Atas
*Bias
*Chersidamas
*Clonius
*Echephron
*Glaucus
*Hippodamas
*Hipponous
*Hyperion
*Hypirochus
*Idomeneus
*Laodocus
*Lysithous
*Melanippus
*Mylius
*Philaemon
*Telestas

*Cassandra
*Laodice

*Medesicaste

*Creusa
*Medusa

*Aristodeme
*Lysimache
*Polyxena

List of children according to Hyginus

*Hector
*Alexander (same as Paris)
*Deiphobus
*Helenus
*Polydorus
*Troilus
*Polites
*Hippothous
*Cebriones
*Gorgythion
*Agathon
*Mestor
*Chromius
*Doryclus

*Dius

*Archemachus
*Aretus
*Ascanius
*Deiopites
*Dryops
*Evagoras
*Evander
*Polymedon

*Antinous
*Astynomus
*Axion
*Binates
*Brissonius
*Chirodamas
*Chrysolaus
*Dolon
*Eresus
*Hero
*Hippasus
*Hipposidus
*Hyperochus
*Ilagus
*Lysides
*Palaemon
*Polymelus
*Proneos
*Protodamas

*Cassandra
*Laodice

*Creusa
*Medusa

*Demnosia
*Demosthea
*Ethionome
*Henicea
*Iliona
*Lysianassa
*Nereis
*Phegea
*Philomela

Notes

* According to Homer:
** Lycaon is the son of Laothoe.
** Gorgythion is the son of Castianeira.

* According to Apollodorus:
**Aesacus's mother is Arisbe, daughter of Merops.
**Hecuba, daughter of Dymas is the mother of Hector, Paris, Deiphobus, Helenus, Pammon, Polites, Antiphus, Hipponous, Polydorus, and Troilus (Troilus may be the son of Apollo) Laodice, Polyxena, Cassandra, Creusa.

References

*^ Homer, Iliad
*^ Apollodorus, Library, 3.12.5
*^ Hyginus, Fabulae, [90] XC


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