Dryops, Bias, Chromius, Astygonus, Telestas, Evander, Cebriones, Mylius, Archemachus,
Laodocus, Echephron, Idomeneus, Hyperion, Ascanius, Democoon, Aretus, Deiopites, Clonius,
Echemmon, Hypirochus, Aegeoneus, Lysithous, Polymedon; and daughters, to wit, Medusa,
Medesicaste, Lysimache, and Aristodeme.
Now Hector married Andromache, daughter of Eetion,See
Hom. Il. 6.395ff., where it is said that Eetion was
king of Thebe in Cilicia. and Alexander
married Oenone, daughter of the river Cebren.For the loves
of Paris and Oenone, and their tragic end,
compare Conon 23; Parthenius, Narrat. 4; Ovid, Her.
v. She had learned from Rhea the art of prophecy, and warned Alexander not
to sail to fetch Helen; but failing to persuade him, she told him to come to her if he
were wounded, for she alone could heal him. When he had carried off Helen from Sparta and Troy was besieged, he was sh