Updated Simon Hoyte of Somerset County England with Biblical, World Royalty & Pharaonic Connections

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  • ID: I97830
  • Name: Tros Troy King of Troy
  • Surname: Troy
  • Given Name: Tros
  • Suffix: King of Troy
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1375 BC in Troy, Asia Minor
  • Christening: 108th Great Grandfather
  • Death: ABT 1328 BC
  • _UID: 90A1B2D53BAF334CAD1E52F8B436D2392B3C
  • Note: Builder of Troy. Tros succeeded his father Erichthonius to the throne. He gave his name to th e land (Troad) and to the people living in the Troad (Trojans). His son, Ganymede was so beau tiful, that Zeus in the form o f an eagle, abductedthe youth. Ganymede became the cupbearer i n Olympus. Zeus gave Tros acouple of immortal horses and a vine made of gold, to compensate f or abducting the king's son. . The Dardanian people were then divided into two separate group s, between his two other sons by CallirrhoŽ (Callirrhoe): Ilus and Assaracus.Assaracus succee ded hisfather and continued to rule at Darda nia, whileIlus chose to move closer to the sea . Ilus founded the city that he namedIlium, after himself. Ilium was, however, often called T roy, after hisfather. The two brothers began to rule two sep arate houses. . On the Dardania n line, Assaracus' son, Capys, married Themiste, daughterof Ilus and Eurydice. Capys became t he father of Anchises. Anchises was alover of Aphrodite, who bore him a son and hero, Aenea s . Zeus struckAnchises with a thunderbolt, when he boasted of having slept with thelove-goddes s. He became a cripple, unable to walk. His son ruled Dardaniain his place. Aeneas was the on ly leader, w hofought on the Trojan side, to survive the Trojan War. . MYTHOLOGY: Son of Eric hthonius and Astyoche, a daughter of the River Simois. His wife was also a river nymph, Calli rrhoa, daughter of the Scamander. Their children were Ilus, founder of the city of T roy (Ili um), Assaracus, who ruled the kingdom of Dardania, and Ganymede, the handsomeboy whom Zeus ca rried off to be his cup-bearer. To recompense Tros for the loss of his son, Zeus gave him a t eam o f immortal horses, which Heracles afterwards coveted. The land of Troy was named afte r Tros.
  • Change Date: 15 Aug 2014 at 01:00:00

    Father: Erichtonius Troy b: ABT 1420 BC in Dardania,Phrygia,Asia Minor c: in 109th Great Grandfather
    Mother: Astyoche Verch Simoeis b: ABT 1374 BC c: in 109th Great Grandmother

    Marriage 1 Callirhoe Ilium Queen of Troy b: ABT 1355 BC c: in 108th Great Grandmother
      1. Has Children Ilus ap Tros Troy b: ABT 1345 BC in Troy, Asia Minor c: in 107th Great Grandfather
      2. Has Children Assaracus ap Tros Troy b: ABT 1350 BC in Dardania,Phrygia,Asia Minor
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