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Hyrtacus & Arisbe

Hyrtacus, (Hurtakos). A Trojan, to whom Priam gave his own first wife Arisba on marrying Hecuba. Homer makes him the father of Asius, called Hyrtacides. In Vergil, Nisus and Hippocoon are also represented as sons of Hyrtacus.

Hyrtacus (Hurtakos), a Trojan, the husband of Arisbe, and father of Asius and Nisus, who are hence called Hyrtacides (Hom. Il. ii. 837, &c.; Apollod. iii. 12,5; Virg. Aen. ix. 177, 406). A second personage of this name occurs in Virgil. (Aen. v. 492.)


Ide, a nymph by whom Hyrtacus became the father of Nisus. (Virg. Aen. ix. 177.)

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