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Acamas, -antis
Acamas (Greek)
Achiacus, -a, -um
Greek
Achivi, -orum
Achaeans
(another word for Greeks)
Aiax, -acis
Ajax (Greek)
Androgeos, -ei
Androgeos (Greek)
Andromache, -es
Andromache (Greek: wife of Hector)
Argi, -orum
Argos (Greek city)
Argivus, -a, -um
Argive, Greek
Argolicus, -a, -um
Greek
Argos
Argos (Greek city)
Astyanax, -actis
Astyanax (Greek: Hector & Andromache's son)
Atridae, -arum
sons of Atreus, i.e. Agamemnon and Menelaus
Auster, -stri
the south wind
m
Belides, -ae
descendant of Belus, Palamedes
Calchas, -antis
Calchas (soothsayer of Greek army)
Capys, -yos
Capys (Trojan)
Coroebus, -i
Coroebus (Trojan)
Dardania, -ae
Troy
f
Daradnidae, -arum/-um
the Trojans
m
Dardanis, -idis
a Trojan woman
Dolopes, -um
Thessalians (Greek)
Doricus, -a, -um
Greek
Dymas, -antis
Dymas (Trojan)
Eous, -a, -um
eastern, of the morning
Epeos, -i
Epeos, the Greek who divised the wooden horse
Epytus, -i
Epytus (Trojan)
Eurus, -i
the south-east wind
m
Eurypylus, -i
Eurypylus (Greek)
Graii, -orum
the Greeks
Graius, -a, -um
Greek
Hectoreus, -a, -um
belonging to Hector
hesperius, -a, -um
western
Hypanis, -is
Hypanis (Trojan)
Idaeus, -a, -um
of Ida, a mountain near troy
Iliacus, -a, -um
Trojan
Iliades, -um
Trojan women
f.pl.
Iphitus, -i
Iphitus (Trojan)
Lacaenus, -a, -um
Spartan
Larissaeus, -a, -um
of Larissa (Greek city)
Lucifer, -eri
morning-star
Lydius, -a, -um
Lydian
(that's all it says...)
Machaon, -ontis
Machaon (Greek)
Mars, Martis
Mars
Mygdonides, -ae
son of Mygdon, Coroebus (Trojan)
Neoptolemus, -i
Pyrrhus, son of Achilles
Neptunius, -a, -um
of Neptune
Nereus, -i
Nereus, a sea god
Notus, -i
the south wind
Orcus, -i
Orcus, the underworld
Othryades, -ae
Panthus, priest of Apollo and son of Othrys (Trojan)
Palamedes, -is
Palamedes, son of king Nauplius
Panthus, -i
Panthus, a priest of Apollo (Trojan)
Pelasgi, -orum
Pelasgi, Greeks
Pelasgus, -a, -um
Greek
Pelias, -ae
Pelias, a Trojan
m.
Pelides, -ae
son or grandson of Peleus; Achilles or Pyrrhus
Pelopeus, -a, -um
Greek
Pergama, -orum
Troy
Periphas, -antis
Periphas (Greek)
Phoenix, -icis
Phoenix (Greek)
Phryges, -um
Phrygians; people of Asia Minor
Polites, -ae
Polites, son of Priam
Priameius, -a, -um
of Priam
Rhipeus, -ei
Rhipeus (Trojan)
Scaeus, -a, -um
Scaean
Scyrius, -a, -um
Greek
Sigeuus, -a, -um
Trojan
Sthenelus, -i
Sthenelus (Greek)
Tenedos, -i
an island near Troy
Thessandrus, -i
Thessandrus (Greek)
Thoas, -antis
Thoas (Greek)
Thybris, -is
the Tiber
Thymoetes, -ae
Thymoetes (Trojan)
Tritonia, -ae
Minerva/Pallas
Tritonis, Tritonidis
Minerva/Pallas
Troes, -um
the Trojans
Tydides, -ae
son of Tydeus, Diomedes
Tyndaris, -idis
daughter of Tyndareus, Helen
Ucalegon, -
Ucalegon (Trojan)
Zephyrus, -i
the west wind