Acallaris

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Acallaris
Trojan Queen
Member of the Royal House of Troy
AbodeTroy
ConsortTros
OffspringAssaracus
ParentsEumedes

In Greek mythology, Acallaris (Ancient Greek: Ἀκαλλαρίδος) was the daughter of Eumedes. According to some accounts she married the Trojan king, Tros of whom she had a son Assaracus, also a king of Troy.[1] Some writers gave the name Callirrhoe, daughter of the river god Scamander as the wife of Tros and became the mother of his sons.[2]

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The writer Dionysius of Halicarnassus, wrote a passage about Acallaris' descendants as the wife of Tros::

"of Tros and Acallaris, the daughter of Eumedes, Assaracus; of Assaracus and Clytodora, the daughter of Laomedon, Capys; of Capys and a Naiad nymph, Hieromnemê, Anchises; of Anchises and Aphroditê, Aeneas."

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