Vel cum Deiphobo. Deiphobus was one of the sons of Priam, and of remarkable strength. he was yet found not an equal match for Paris, in a contest that happened between them, while this latter was only a shepherd's servant, and not known to be the son of Priam. He was afterwards, upon the death of his brother Paris, married to Helen, who betrayed and delivered him up to the Greeks.Polydamanta. Polydamas, one of the Trojan grandees, bore a considerable rank in the court of Priam.
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