), the son of Hector and Andromache; his more common name was Scamandrius.
After the taking of Troy the Greeks hurled him down from the walls of the city to prevent the fulfilment of a decree of fate, according to which he was to restore the kingdom of Troy. (Hom. Il. 6.400
, &c.; Ov. Met. 13.415
; Hyg. Fab. 109
A different mythical person of the name occurs in Apollodorus. (2.7.8.)