Ilus

Greek - King of Troy. Son of Tros by Callirrhoe. Brother of Assaraeus and Ganymede. Husband of Eurydice. Father of Laomedon and Themisto. He was instructed by an oracle to build the city of Troy. Zeus sent him the Palladium which, it was said, would ensure its safety as long as it remained in the city. In some lore, occasionally known as Ilus, Ascanius, Ascanius, Askaneios, Ilus, Iulus, Iulus, Ilos, Ilos or Ilus.
Greek - Son of Dardanus. In some accounts, he is the same as Ilus, son of Tros. At times, identified as Ilus, Ascanius, Ascanius, Askaneios, Ilus, Iulus, Iulus, Ilos, Ilos or Ilus.
Greek - A king of Ephyra. Son of Mermerus. In some lore, occasionally known as Ilus, Ascanius, Ascanius, Askaneios, Ilus, Iulus, Iulus, Ilos, Ilos or Ilus.

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