Past the watch-tower they ran, along the wagon-road about the walls, and on to the twofold spring of Scamander.
Ska man' dros, or Scamander—a river of the Troad or plains of Troy.
Against Vulcan also was the great deep-eddying river, which the gods call Xanthus, and men the Scamander.
Sim' o is—a river in the Troad, and a branch of the Scamander.
The twelve hundred ships that sailed for Troy transported one hundred thousand warriors to the valley of Simois and Scamander.
Nor did Scamander remit his strength, but was the more enraged with the son of Peleus.
Then he contends with Simoeis and Scamander, the river-gods.
In the Elyman country were two rivers, one called Simos, and the other Scamander.
To escape that terrible fate he concealed himself among the reeds by the side of the Scamander until the fleet departed.
Now, were I a woman, and eke a virgin, that is the man I should make my Scamander.