- a king of Troy, the son of Laomedon, husband of Hecuba, and father of Paris, Cassandra, Hector, Polyxena, and many others. He was killed during the capture of Troy.
- the grandson of King Priam.
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Contemporary Examples of priam
Priam the King humbles himself by risking everything, coming in by himself under cover of night.Denis O’Hare Talks About One-Man Show “An Iliad”
March 25, 2012
Historical Examples of priam
Alas, Troy thought so once; yet the land of Priam lives only in song.
But Achilles was amazed at the sight of Priam, and amazed were the rest, and they looked at each other.The Legacy of Greece
For from thence all Ida was visible, and the city of Priam was visible, and the ships of the Greeks.
So should the city of Priam quickly fall, captured and destroyed by our hands.
For the steeds are tired to me assembling the host, evils to Priam and to his sons.
- Greek myth the last king of Troy, killed at its fall. He was father by Hecuba of Hector, Paris, and Cassandra