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{E2 DICTIONARY OF CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY}


                    Merops
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         Priam - (1) Arisbe ....- (2) Hecuba ....- various concubines, including
                       |                |              Laothoe           Castianira
                       |                |                 |                  |
                   Aesacus - Asterope   |           ______|_____             |
                                        |           |          |             |
                                        |       Polydorus   Lycaon     Gorgythion, etc.
                                        |
                                        |
   _____________________________________|__________________________________________________________
   |                       |                  |      |        |             |     |      |        |
Hector - Andromache      Paris - Oenone   Cassandra  |     Creusa - Aeneas  |  Polyxena  |    Helenus - Andormache
       |            (Alexander)|                     |            |         |            |   (after Hector's death)
       |                       |                     |            |         |            |            |
       |                       |               Laodice - Helicaon |         |            |            |
       |                       |                       - Acamas   |         |            |        Cestrinus
       |                       | ...- Helen            |          |         |            |
       |                       | (see Table 13)        |       Ascanius     |         Deiphobus - Helen
       |                       |                    Munitus                 |        (after Paris' death)
       |                       |                                            |
     __|___________         Corythus                                    Medicaste - Imbrius
     |            |
Scamandrius   (Laodamas)
 (Astyanax)


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