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Creusa

Also Known As: "of Troy"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Troy, Dardania, Phrygia, Turkey
Death: Died in Fleeing Troy, Asia Minor
Cause of death: Unknown
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Erechtheus II King of Athens and Praxithea
Wife of Apollon - - and Xouthos -
Mother of Ion; Ion King of Aegialus; Achaeus and Diomede
Sister of Metion; Procris; Cecrops I King of Athens and Chthonia

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About Creusa

NB! Some reason 2 doughters Creusa and Cassandra are merged together

Casaandra - prophetess, Apollon

Creusa - wife of Aeneas

They ARE different persons

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Creusa

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In Greek mythology, four people had the name Creusa (or Kreousa); the name means simply 'princess'.

Daughter of Priam, wife of Aeneas, mother of Ascanius. In Virgil's Aeneid she died escaping from Troy during the sack of Troy by the Greeks.

Creúsa, hija de Príamo [editar]

Creúsa tras la caída de Troya, detalle de un lienzo de Federico Barocci (1598)Creúsa, hija de Príamo y Hécuba, fue la primera esposa de Eneas, del que tuvo un hijo, Ascanio.

Lo que ocurrió con ella tras la caída de Troya es objeto de distintas versiones. En la más conocida, la de Virgilio, en La Eneida, Creúsa es raptada por Afrodita, su suegra, tras huir de la ciudad en llamas y aparece como una sombra ante Eneas, que había regresado a buscarla, para predecirle sus viajes y su búsqueda de una nueva patria.

Según las pinturas históricas de Delfos, Creúsa era una de las cautivas troyanas que fueron conducidas a Grecia. En general, la tradición suele marcar que llegó a escaparse de Troya, sin que su posterior destino haya quedado muy claro.

Príamo, en la mitología griega, fue el último rey de Troya. De su segunda mujer, Hécuba, tuvo Paris, Héctor y Casandra entre otros. Según Homero, Príamo tuvo nada menos que cincuenta hijos, de los cuales diecinueve fueron de su segunda mujer. 
Diccionario de Mitologías Baje este diccionario 

Creusa

Hija de Príamo y Hécuba, soberanos de Troya. Esposa de Eneas, juntos tuvieron a Ascanio. Su final es motivo de polémica.Uno los mitos cuenta que murió al escapar durante la toma de Troya, pero también pudo ser tomada como prisionera por los aqueos, quizás escapó, o fue salvada por Afrodita.


ID: I62073

Name: Creusa of Troy

Given Name: Creusa

Surname: of Troy

Sex: F

_UID: E6D93D1E82CDE9469F296C38452332A543A7

Change Date: 26 Nov 2005

Death: Y

Father: PRIAM @ OF TROY

Mother: Hecuba of Phrygia

Marriage 1 Aeneas of Latium

Married:

Children

Acanius

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I62073


Cassandra

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For other uses, see Cassandra (disambiguation).

In Greek mythology, Cassandra (Greek: Κασσάνδρα, "she who entangles men",[1] also known as Alexandra[2]) was the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. Her beauty caused Apollo to grant her the gift of prophecy. In an alternative version, she spent a night at Apollo's temple, at which time the temple snakes licked her ears clean so that she was able to hear the future. This is a recurring theme in Greek mythology, though sometimes it brings an ability to understand the language of animals rather than an ability to know the future.[3] However, when she did not return his love, Apollo placed a curse on her so that no one would ever believe her predictions. She is a figure both of the epic tradition and of tragedy, where her combination of deep understanding and powerlessness exemplify the tragic condition of humankind.

Forrás / Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassandra


Creusa, the wife of Aeneas, was lost when the Greeks captured Troy.

Creusa (daughter of Priam and Hecuba) was married to Aeneas. She was left behind when Aeneas abandoned Troy. Their children are Ascanius and Etias. According to some Aeneas named the city of Etis (Laconia) after his daughter Etias. Ascanius became King of Latium after his father, reigned 38 years, and founded Alba on Mount Albanus.

[S000064] Coolidge-1952, Coolidge, Olivia, (Houghton Mifflin Co, Boston: 1952), p 185.

[S000071] Parada-2001, Parada, Carlos, (www.hsa.brown.edu/~maicar: 2001).

[S000409] Lund-Est-2005, Lund, Ira J., (Latrobe Pennsylvania: 2005-2012).

http://www.cft-win.com/getperson.php?personID=I022457&tree=Norway

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Creusa's Timeline

-1218
-1218
Troy, Dardania, Phrygia, Turkey
-1200
-1200
Age 17
Fleeing Troy, Asia Minor
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