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Place of Burial: Troy
Birthplace: Dardania , Asia Minor, Phrygia
Death: Died in Troy, Asia Minor, Phrygia
Occupation: @occu00123@, kung av Troja, of Troy, King, Kung, d.ca1260bc, Died 1279 BC, Koning, King of Troy
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About llus, King of Troy

born: 1345BC or 1350BC

died: 1279BC or 1282BC or 1260BC or 1281BC

NOTE: Dates corresponds to years Before Christ.

Ilo (hijo de Tros) [editar]Ilo (griego antiguo Ἶλος, Ilos en griego) es en la mitología griega el fundador mítico y epónimo de la ciudad llamada Ilión (latinizada como Ilium) del cual obtuvo su nombre. Cuando más tarde se convirtió en la capital de los troyanos fue llamada a menudo Troya, el nombre por el que es actualmente mejor conocida.

Ilo era hijo y heredero del rey Tros de Dardania y de Calírroe. Estuvo casado con Eurídice, hija de Adrasto, de quien tuvo un hijo, Laomedonte, y una hija, Temiste.

Ilo fue a Frigia, donde se celebraban unos juegos organizados por el rey y vención en la lucha libre y recibió como premio 50 muchachos y 50 muchachas. El rey además, por consejo de un oráculo, le dio una vaca moteada y le dijo que fundara una ciudad donde el animal se tendiese. Ilo aceptó y la siguió.

Cuando la vaca llegó a la colina llamada de Até («Locura», como la diosa epónima Até), en Frigia, se acostó. Allí Ilo fundó una ciudad que llamó Ilión.

Ilo, entonces, rogó a Zeus que le mostrase una señal y vio delante de su tienda, caído del cielo, el Paladio (estatua que representa a Palas en armas); pero fue inmediatamente cegado, por la impiedad de haber mirado la imagen. Recobró la vista después de hacer ofrendas a Atenea. Decidió erigir un templo consagrado a la diosa para honrarla (la estatua confería la inexpugnabiblidad a Troya).

Ilo prefirió su nueva ciudad de Ilión que Dardania , donde su padre permaneció hasta su muerte, y concedió el gobierno de Dardania a su hermano Asáraco y los troyanos fueron divididos en dos reinos.

Ilo fue el padre de Laomedonte, el cual le sucedió. Se dice que su mujer era Eurídice (hija de Adrasto). La descendecnia de de Ilo incluía dos hijas, Temiste (o Temis) y Telecleia, quienes se casaron con Capis y Cisseus, respectivamente.

En la Ilíada se hace referencias a su tumba, que se hallaba en la planicie de Troya cerca de un vado para cruzar el Escamandro.

Fuentes  [editar]Apolodoro, Biblioteca, iii, 12,2-3. 

Higino, Fábulas, 250.

Homero, La Ilíada, xi, 372; x,415; xi,166; xxiv,349.

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ID: I62078

Name: Ilus of Troy

Prefix: King

Given Name: Ilus

Surname: of Troy

Sex: M

_UID: F18EFF4185921C4A8067983AABEABFABF4EB

Change Date: 26 Nov 2005

Death: Y

Father: Tros of Troy

Mother: Callirhoe

Marriage 1 Eurydice of Troy

Married:

Children

Laomedon of Troy

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I62078

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Event(s)

Birth: abt 1330 BC TROY, BLACK SEA REGION, ESCYNTHIA, ANCIENT TURKEY

Death: abt 1282 BC TROY, BLACK SEA REGION, ESCYNTHIA, ANCIENT TURKEY

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Euridice OF TROY

Marriage: abt 1270 BC TROY, BLACK SEA REGION, ESCYNTHIA, ANCIENT TURKEY

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OR Ilus van Troje

Founder of Troje.

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Ilus, son of Tros, founded the city of Ilium (Troy) that he called after himself. Ilus 2 went to Phrygia , and taking part in games that at the time were held by the king, he won a victory in wrestling. As a prize, he received fifty youths and as many maidens, and the king, obeying an oracle, gave him also a cow, and asked him to found a city wherever the cow should lie down. The cow rested in the hill of Ate, and in that spot Ilus built the city which he called Ilium. Then he prayed to Zeus that a sign might be shown to him, and he saw the Palladium fallen from heaven and lying before his tent. Ilus was then blinded, for the Palladium might not be looked upon by any man. But later, when he had made offerings to the goddess, he recovered his sight.

In this way, the kingdom of Dardanus 1 and Erichthonius 1 was divided, because while Ilus 2 became king of Ilium (Troy), his brother Assaracus continued to be king of the Dardanians.

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Troy (Asia Minor), also Ilium (ancient Ilion), famous city of Greek legend, on the northwestern corner of Asia Minor, in present-day Turkey. The legendary founder of the city was Ilus, the son of Tros, from whom the name Troy was derived. The son and successor of Ilus was Laomedon, who was slain by the hero Hercules, when Hercules captured the city. It was during the reign of Laomedon's son Priam that the famous Trojan War occurred, which resulted in the capture and destruction of the city.

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Gen 90:

Ilus, King of Troy, son of Tros and Callirhoe, was born 1281 BC, and married Eurydice of Troy.

Eurydice of Troy.

http://www.geocities.com/familyretzlaff/denmark.html

The Dardanian people, was then divided into two separate groups, between his two other sons by Callirrhoë (Callirrhoe): Ilus and Assaracus.

Assaracus succeeded his father and continued to rule at Dardania, near Mount Ida, while Ilus (Ἴλος) chose to move closer to the sea. Ilus took part in games held by an unnamed Phrygian king, where he won the wrestling match. His prize was fifty boys and fifty girls, as well as dappled cow. A seer told Ilus that he must follow the cow to where it lay down. The cow rested on the Hill of Phrygian Ate.

That night, Ilus prayed for a favourable sign from Zeus, and that was when the wooden statuette of Athena, the Palladium, fell out of heaven, beside Ilus' tent. This Palladium would protect Troy from falling to the Greeks in the Trojan War, while the image remained in the city. With this sign, Ilus founded the city that he named Ilium, after himself. Ilium was, however, often called Troy, after his father.

So the two brothers began to rule two separate houses in two different cities.

On the Trojan line, Ilus, who was the founder and king of Troy, married Eurydice, and became the father Laomedon. As it was said before, his daughter Themiste married his nephew, Capys (of the Dardanian line). His son Laomedon succeeded Ilus.

On the Dardanian line, Assaracus' son, Capys, married Themiste, daughter of Ilus and Eurydice. Capys became the father of Anchises.

Anchises (Ἀγχίσης) was a lover of Aphrodite, who bore him a son and hero, Aeneas. Aphrodite warned Anchises not to reveal their relationship to anyone. But Anchises had forgotten her warning, when he became drunk one night. So Zeus struck Anchises with a thunderbolt, when he boasted of having slept with the love-goddess. He became a cripple, unable to walk.

His son ruled Dardania in his place. Aeneas was brave warrior and a pious leader. At first, Aeneas did not take part of the Trojan War, until Achilles invaded his land.

When Troy fell in the war, Aeneas was the only leader to survive. Different authors give different accounts to his life after the war. According to the Roman poet Virgil, in The Aeneid, Aeneas escaped captured with his father and son, and travelled to Latium, Italy. Anchises died before they Latium, in Eryx, Sicily. Aeneas won the right to stay in Latium, when he became victor in the war against the Latins. See Aeneas, for more detail about Aeneas' life.

Of the two royal lines, those of Troy (Ilium) became more powerful than the older Dardanian line, under the rule of Laomedon, but there was only three generations of kings in Troy (compare to Dardania having eight kings).

http://www.timelessmyths.com/classical/troy.html

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Name: Ilus OF TROY

Prefix: King

Given Name: Ilus

Surname: of Troy

Sex: M 1

Death: 1279 BC

Father: Tros OF TROY

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Married:

Children

Laomedon OF TROY
Themiste OF TROY

Sources:

Abbrev: Stevens (1998) Dardanus

Title: The Line of Dardanus. In Descent from Adam.

Author: Stevens, Luke

Publication: Webpage: <http://www/geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/2444/Dardanus.htm>12/4/1998.

Fortellingen om trojanerne begynte først i myter og legender. Gresk mytologi sier at trojanerne var de opprinnelige borgerne i byen Troja i Troas-regionen i Anatolia (nå Tyrkia). Troja ligger i Asia, men byen presenteres i legenden som del av den greske kulturen med bystater. Troja ble kjent for sine rikdommer som de fikk fra handel med øst og vest, fine klær, jernproduksjon og massive defensive murer.

Den trojanske kongefamilien startet med Elektra og Zevs, foreldrene til Dardanos. Dardanos var ifølge greske myter opprinnelig fra Arkadia, men ifølge romerske myter var han opprinnelig fra Italia, krysset over til Lille-Asia fra øya Samotrake hvor han møtte kong Teukros. Teukros var selv kolonist fra Attika og behandlet Dardanos med respekt. Til slutt giftet Dardanos seg med Teukros' døtre og grunnla Dardania som sener ble styrt av Aineias. Da Dardanos døde gikk kongedømmet videre til hans barnebarn Tros som kalte folket trojanere og landet Troas etter seg selv. Ilos, sønn av Tros, grunnla byen Ilium som han oppkalte etter seg selv. Zevs gav Ilos Palladium. Poseidon og Apollon bygget murene og befestningene rundt Troja for Laomedon, sønn av Ilos den yngre. Da Laomedon nektet å betale, oversvømmet Poseidon landet og krevde at Hesione skulle ofres til sjøuhyre. Pestilense kom og sjøuhyret tok menneskene på sletten.

En generasjon før Trojanerkrigen erobret Herakles Troja og drepte Laomedon og hans sønner, med unntak av den unge Priam. Priam ble senere konge. Under hans styre invaderte de mykenske grekerne og erobret Troja i Trojanerkrigen, tradisjonelt datert til 1193–1183 f.Kr. maksyanerne var en vestlig libyisk stamme som sa at de var etterkommere av mennene fra Troja, ifølge Herodot. De trojanske skipene forandret seg til najader som gledet seg over å se ødeleggelsen av Odyssevs' skip.

Trojansk styre i Lille-Asia ble erstattet av herakleide-dynastiet i Sardis som hersket i 505 år frem til Kandaules. jonerne, kimmererne, frygierne, miletene fra Sinope og lydierne flyttet inn i Lille-Asia. Persia invaderte i 546 f.Kr.

Fjellet Ida i Lille-Asia er stedet hvor Gamymede ble bortført av Zevs, Ankises ble forført av Afrodite, Afrodite fødte Aineias, Paris levde som hyrde, nymfene bodde, «dømmingen av Paris» fant sted, de greske gudene så på Trojanerkrigen, Hera distraherte Zevs med sin forførelse lenge nok til at akhaiene, hjulpet av Poseidon, kunne holde trojanerne borte fra sine skip og hvor Aineias og hans tilhengere hvilte og ventet til grekerne satte av gårde til Hellas. Alteret til Panomfean (kilden til alle orakler) ble dedikert til Jupiter (Tonatos) nær Troja. Buthrotos (eller Buthrotum) var en by i Epiros hvor Helenos, den trojanske seeren, bygget en kopi av Troja. Aineias landet der og Helenos forutså hans fremtid.

Den antika staden Troja (grekiska Troia eller Ilion,lat. Troia eller Ilium, turkiska Truva) är en arkeologisk plats i nordvästra Turkiet vid Dardanellerna vid Hisarlik nära staden Çanakkale.

Platsen upptogs på UNESCO:s världsarvslista 1998.

Innehåll [göm]

1 Historia

2 Staden

3 Se även

4 Extern länk


Historia  [redigera]

Staden är känd från Homeros epos Iliaden och Odysséen.

Troja var enligt den grekiska mytologin huvudstad i Dardanien som etablerades av kung Dardanus.

Senare forskning har kunnat knyta namnet Ilion till det historiska namnet Wilusa, och man antar idag att det är samma stat som avses. Wilusa är omnämnd i hettitiska texter. Man antar därför att det språk som ursprungligen talades i Troja var luviska snarare än grekiska. Söder om Troja låg under den sena bronsåldern landet Arzawa. Det är möjligt att Homeros skildring av det trojanska kriget har sin historiska bakgrund i de strider som förekom mellan staterna utmed den egeiska kusten omkring 1300-1200 f.Kr. vilka även drog in det historiska Troja (se Hettiterriket).

Staden  [redigera]

Runt år 1865 återupptäcktes den antika staden av den brittiske arkeologen Frank Calvert som gjorde utgrävningar i ruinhögen vid Hisarlik. Identifieringen av Hisarlik som det homeriska Troja blev känd genom den tyska arkeologen Heinrich Schliemann, som trodde sig ha funnit Priamos skatt under sina grävningar där. Området visar spår från 9 olika byggperioder


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Founder of the city of Troy.

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Ilus, son of Tros, founded the city of Ilium (Troy) that he called after himself. Ilus 2 went to Phrygia , and taking part in games that at the time were held by the king, he won a victory in wrestling. As a prize, he received fifty youths and as many maidens, and the king, obeying an oracle, gave him also a cow, and asked him to found a city wherever the cow should lie down. The cow rested in the hill of Ate, and in that spot Ilus built the city which he called Ilium. Then he prayed to Zeus that a sign might be shown to him, and he saw the Palladium fallen from heaven and lying before his tent. Ilus was then blinded, for the Palladium might not be looked upon by any man. But later, when he had made offerings to the goddess, he recovered his sight.

In this way, the kingdom of Dardanus 1 and Erichthonius 1 was divided, because while Ilus 2 became king of Ilium (Troy), his brother Assaracus continued to be king of the Dardanians.

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lus (Ilos in Greek) is in Greek mythology the founder of the city called Ilion (latinized as Ilium) to which he gave his name. When the latter became the chief city of the Trojan people it was also often called Troy, the name by which it is best known today.

Ilus was son and heir to Tros of Dardania and brother of Assaracus and Ganymede. He won the wrestling prize at games held by the King of Phrygia and received fifty youths and maidens as his reward. The king also, on the advice of an oracle, gave him a cow and asked him to found a city where it should lie down. Ilus did so.

Ilus then prayed to Zeus for a sign and at once saw the Palladium fallen from heaven and lying before his tent but was immediately blinded for the impiety of looking on the image. He regained his sight after making offerings to Athena.

Ilus preferred his new city of Ilium to Dardania and on his father's death he remained there, bestowing the rule of Dardania on his brother Assaracus instead and so the Trojans were split into two kingdoms.

Ilus was father of Laomedon who succeeded him. His wife was said to be either Eurydice (daughter of Adrastus), or Leucippe. Other children of Ilus include two daughters, Themiste (or Themis) and Telecleia, who married Capys and Cisseus, respectively.

Ilus, the son of Tros founded Troy in 3000 BC, and the name Troy was derived from him. The long history of Troy narrates the development of a wealthy trade city with sporadic tragic episodes, natural disasters, fires, massacres and wars ...only to be resurrected each time.

Troy was also known as Ilios or Ilion, a name which can be found in the Iliad, Homer's epic poem, where the poet immortalized the city through mythological characters like King Priam, Hector, Paris and the beautiful Helen. For centuries this story in the Iliad, was regarded as just a myth, until the ruins of the city were found in western Turkey at Hisarlik in the mid-19th century.


-------------------- Ilos is believed to be the founder of the capital city of Troy, Illiona. Archaologists spent a great deal of time searching for the city of Troy, and had about decided that it didn't really exist. They later descovered that the city was never named Troy, but Illiona, just as in Homer's Illiad. The city they found had been built, destroyed, and rebuilt several times over several hundred years by the Greeks, Romans, Persians, and Trojans. Much of the more realistic depictions of the battle as described in the Illiad have since been accepted as historically correct. Born 1281 B.C -------------------- Ilos is believed to be the founder of the capital city of Troy, Illiona. Archaologists spent a great deal of time searching for the city of Troy, and had about decided that it didn't really exist. They later descovered that the city was never named Troy, but Illiona, just as in Homer's Illiad. The city they found had been built, destroyed, and rebuilt several times over several hundred years by the Greeks, Romans, Persians, and Trojans. Much of the more realistic depictions of the battle as described in the Illiad have since been accepted as historically correct.

Ilus (son of Tros) Ilus (Ilos in Greek) is in Greek mythology the founder of the city called Ilion (Latinized as Ilium) to which he gave his name. When the latter became the chief city of the Trojan people it was also often called Troy, the name by which it is best known today. Ilus was son and heir to King Tros of Dardania. He won the wrestling prize at games held by the King of Phrygia and received fifty youths and maidens as an his award. The king also, on the advice of an oracle, gave him a cow and asked him to found a city where it should lie down. Ilus did so. Ilus then prayed to Zeus for a sign and at once saw the Palladium fallen from heaven and lying before his tent but was immediately blinded for the impiety of looking on the image. He regained his sight after making offerings to Athena. Ilus preferred his new city of Ilium to Dardania and on his father's death he remained there, bestowing the rule of Dardania on his brother Assaracus instead and so the Trojans were split into two kingdoms. Ilus was with Eurydice the father of Laomedon who succeeded him. -------------------- (ILO)

Poss. Jullus i Roms 3-oldefar.

HM George I s 86-oldefar.

HRE Ferdinand I s 82-oldefar.

Osawatomie 'Browns 92-oldefar.

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Kone / partner:       Eurydice (Eurydike) af Troja 
 Børn:       Themiste af TROY   ,   Laomedan (King) i TROY

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Mulig Child:       Telecleia af Thrakien

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 Hans (evt.) Børnebørn:       Anchisa   ,   Anchises den DARDANIAN   ,   Priamos Podarces (High King) i TROY   ,   Tithonius af TROY   ,   Hecuba (Hecabe) af Frygien 

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Fra http://fabpedigree.com/s008/f185774.htm

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llus, King of Troy's Timeline

-1315
-1315
Dardania , Asia Minor, Phrygia
-1310
-1310
Age 4
Troad, Troy, Greece
-1310
Age 4
Troy, Asia Minor, Phrygia
-1279
-1279
Age 35
Troy, Asia Minor, Phrygia
-1279
Age 35
Troy, Asia Minor, Phrygia
1320
1320
Age 36
Asia Minor, Phrygia
????
Thrace