Themiste

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In Greek mythology, Themiste (Ancient Greek: Θεμίστη) was a Trojan princess and daughter of King Ilus of Troad[1] and possibly, Eurydice or Leucippe[2]. She was the (half) sister of Laomedon, Tithonius and Telecleia[3]. Themiste was married off by Ilus to her cousin Capys, son of Assaracus and Hieromneme. With him she became the mother of Anchises and possibly, Acoetes[4]. The former son would later become the father of the famous Aeneas while the later one, became the father of the priest Laocoon.

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