Androgeus

British - Duke of Kent. Son of Lud. Brother of Tenuantuis. He treacherously helped the Romans against his uncle, Cassivellaunus, and returned with them to Rome. Occasionally referred to as Androgeus, Androgos, Androgos, Androgeus or Androgeus.
Greek - A king of Paros. Son of Minos and Pasiphae. Father of Alcaeus and Sthenelus. On a visit to Athens he was killed when sent on an expedition to kill the Marathonian bull, or by the young Athenians who were jealous of his abilities. His father invaded Athens and exacted a tribute of seven youths and seven maidens to be sent every year (or every six or nine years) to be fed to the Minotaur. Also identified as Androgeus, Androgos, Androgos, Androgeus or Androgeus.
Greek - A leader of the Greeks who was killed. At Troy. In some lore, occasionally known as Androgeus, Androgos, Androgos, Androgeus or Androgeus.

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