Greek - The god of rain. Son of King Tros and Callirhoe. Brother of Assaraeus and Ilus. A Trojan prince who was carried away by Zeus in the form of an eagle (or by Eos who handed the boy over to Zeus) and who became cup-bearer to the gods after Hebe. Zeus gave Tros two (or six) immortal horses, or, in some stories, a golden vine, in compensation for the loss of his son. In some stories, he was the son of Laomedon. In Crete, Minos replaced Zeus. Also referred to as Ganymede, Ganumedes, Ganumedes, Ganymedes, Ganymedes, Roman Catamitus or Roman Catamitus.

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