Dardanus


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Dardanus

(där`dənəs), in Greek mythology, founder of Troy; son of Zeus and the Pleiad Electra. His descendants, the Trojans, were sometimes called the Dardani.
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Echinometra lucunter (Equinodermos) Paguridae, Dardanus focosus, Callictis Lopez-Victoria Porcellanidae Porcellanidae tricolor et al.
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Come now, and I shall tell you of the glory that lies in store for the sons of Dardanus, for the men of Italian stock who will be our descendants; these will build Gabii, and the city Fidenae and Bola and Cora.
It may be significant that Erichthonius, who became the richest of all mortals, is called [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], while Dardanus before him, who lived in a more modest condition of early days of Troy, is not (Il.
According to tradition, Dardanus was the son of Zeus and the Pleiad Electra.
500 intraro gentique meae data moenia cernam, cognatas urbes olim populosque propinquos, Epiro Hesperiam (quibus idem Dardanus auctor atque idem casus) unam faciemus utramque