noun Classical Mythology.
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Priam the King humbles himself by risking everything, coming in by himself under cover of night.
You killed many a man in those days, and it was through your stratagem that Priam's city was taken.The Odyssey|Homer
"Thank you, sir," said the tobacconist, putting down three-halfpence change out of sixpence as Priam thanked him for the packet.
This conjecture is indeed highly probable; for he used often to say, "Happy Priam, who survived all his children!"The Lives Of The Twelve Caesars, Complete|C. Suetonius Tranquillus
Hardly could the people hold Priam back in his hot haste to rush without the gates of the city.The Iliad|Homer
Priam Farll was the first English painter to enjoy this supreme social reward.