Marcomir I King of Troy, d. 411 BC.

Father: Antenor King of Troy, d. 440 BC.

Children:

Antenor King of Troy, d. 440 BC.

Father: Helenus (4)
Antenor is listed as the king of Troy, but this is unlikely. Even though Troy was a nation (a small one) rather than a city, by this time the Trojans no longer existed in the capacity to need a king. He was also the Chief Prince of Ephraim. He is believed to have joined up with the Cimmerians, a nomadic tribe from southern Russia. There is a legend that Antenor founded the city of Pedova, though Pedova was actually founded in 1185 BC.

Children:

Helenus (4)

Father: Priam (4)

Children:

Priam (4)

Father: Marcomir

Children:

Marcomir

Father: Diluglio

Children:

Diluglio

Father: Plaserio (3)

Children:

Plaserio (3)

Father: Helenus (3)

Children:

Helenus (3)

Father: Diluglic

Children:

Diluglic

Father: Almodion

Children:

Almodion

Father: Getmalor

Children:

Getmalor

Father: Priam (3)

Children:

Priam (3)

Father: Alexandre

Children:

Alexandre

Father: Basabiliano (2)

Children:

Basabiliano (2)

Father: Plesron (2)

Children:

Plesron (2)

Father: Helenus (2)

Children:

Helenus (2)

Father: Priam (2)

Children:

Priam (2)

Father: Antenor (1)

Children:

Antenor (1)

Father: Plaserio (2)

Children:

Plaserio (2)

Father: Gaberiano

Children:

Gaberiano

Father: Eliacor

Children:

Eliacor

Father: Plesron (1)

Children:

Plesron (1)

Father: Plaserio (1)

Children:

Plaserio (1)

Father: Basabiliano (1)

Children:

Basabiliano (1)

Father: Gelio (Selio)

Children:

Gelio (Selio)

Father: Esdron

Children:

Esdron

Father: Franco

Children:

Franco

Father: Genger

Children:

Genger

Father: Helenus

Children:

Helenus

Father: Priam
Mother: Hecuba

Children:

Priam

Father: Laomedon (Iaomedon)
He may have had other wives and children.

He was the high King of Troy during the ten year battle with the Mycenean Greeks in the Trojan War of Homer's Illiad. It should be noted that the city most think of as Troy was actually called Illiona (or Ilius). Troy was the nation of which Illiona was the capital.

Children:

  1. Helen
  2. Troana, m. Memnon

Spouse: Arishe

Father: Merops the Seer
Married.

Children:

  1. Cassandra
  2. Cruesa, m. Aeneas, King of Latium

Spouse: Hecuba

Married.

Children:

  • Hector
  • Helenus
  • Lycaon
  • Paris
  • Polydorus

Laomedon (Iaomedon)

Father: Ilos (Ilus)

Children:

  • Assacarus
  • Priam, m. Arishe, m. Hecuba

Ilos (Ilus)

Father: Tros
Mother: Callirhoe
Ilos is believed to be the founder of the capital city of Troy, Illiona. Archaologists spent a great deal of time searching for the city of Troy, and had about decided that it didn't really exist. They later descovered that the city was never named Troy, but Illiona, just as in Homer's Illiad. The city they found had been built, destroyed, and rebuilt several times over several hundred years by the Greeks, Romans, Persians, and Trojans. Much of the more realistic depictions of the battle as described in the Illiad have since been accepted as historically correct.

Children:

Tros

Father: Erichthonius
Mother: Astyoche
It is Tros from whom the Trojans derived their name; their land was called the kingdom of Troya (Troja).

Spouse: Callirhoe

Married.

Children:




Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Sat, Jan 3, 2004