Evander

Greek - A prince. Son of Hermes by Carmenta or Themis. Father of Dyne, Pallas and Rome. He was banished from Greece for killing his father and went to Italy where he helped Aeneas in his fight with the Latins and Rutulians. Other stories say that he was in Italy before Aeneas and founded Rome. In some accounts he is identified with Pan before moving to Italy. Others say he was the son of Echemus. In the Roman version his mother was Carmenta. On occassion, referred to as Evander, Euander, Euander, Evander or Evander.
Greek - A king of Lycia. Son of Sarpedon. Husband of Deidamia. In some accounts, their son Sarpedon was the famous warrior at Troy rather than his grandfather, though some say that he was the son of Zeus by Deidamia. Also commonly known as Evander, Euander, Euander, Evander or Evander.

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