King of this city. Son of Hector killed at Troy.
Name Origin: Greek
Name Gender: Male
son of Hector and Andromache ("Iliad"), Greek, virtually "lord of town," from asty "town" (see asteism) + anax "main, lord, master." Additionally the epithet of specific gods.
During the Trojan War her husband was slain by Achilles, and after the capture of the city her son Astyanax (or Scamandrius) was hurled from the battlements (Eurip. Troades, 7 20).