Greek - Son of Hector and Andromache. He was thrown to his death from the walls of Troy by Pyrrhus, or killed by Odysseus when the city was overrun by the Greeks. Others say he was taken prisoner by the Greeks and later returned to Troy. In the Charlemagne stories, Astyanax was said to have survived and founded the state of Messina in Sicily. In some lore, occasionally known as Astyanax, Astuanax, Astuanax, Scamandrius, Scamandrius, Skamandrios or Skamandrios.

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