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Panthoüs

Πάνθοος) and Panthūs (Πάνθους). One of the Trojan elders. By his wife, Phrontis, he was the father of Euphorbus, Polydamas, and Hyperenor, who are therefore called Panthoides. Panthoüs was originally a priest of Apollo at Delphi, and was brought to Troy by Antenor , who was captivated by his beauty (Iliad, iii. 146; xiv. 450; xvii. 24, 40, 81; Verg. Aen. ii. 319).

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