Tithonus

British - A poem by Tennyson. In some accounts, called Tithonus, Tithonos, Tithonos or Tithonus.
Greek - A prince of Troy. Son of Laomedon and Strymo. Brother of Priam. Husband of Eos. Father of Emathion and Memnon. Eos kidnapped Ganymede and Tithonus to become her lovers. She chose to marry Tithonus and asked Zeus to make her husband immortal which he did. But she had forgotten to ask Zeus to give him eternal youth with the result that Tithonus just got older and older but could not die. When he was reduced to a mere shrivelled husk, Eos changed him into a grasshopper. Sometimes identified as Tithonus, Tithonos, Tithonos or Tithonus.
Greek - The Greek name for the Nubian god, Dedwen. At times, called Tithonus, Tithonos, Tithonos or Tithonus.

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