Definition of Dardanus
1. Noun. (Greek mythology) founder of Troy.
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Literary usage of Dardanus
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1. Fasti Hellenici: The Civil and Literary Chronology of Greece, from the by Henry Fynes Clinton (1834)
"Dardanus is placed in the time of Sthenelus : see p. 8. Euseb. p. 284. ... But the establishment of Dardanus may be probably placed a century below this ..."
2. Selections from the First Nine Books of the Croniche Fiorentine of Giovanni by Giovanni Villani (1897)
"How Dardanus cam: to Phrygia and built the city of Dardania, ... Dardanus, as he was commanded by the answer of their god, departed from Fiesole with ..."
3. Villani's Chronicle: Being Selections from the First Nine Books of the by Giovanni Villani (1906)
"How Dardanus came to Phrygia and built the city of Dardania, ... Dardanus, as he was commanded by the answer of their god, departed from Fiesole with ..."
4. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William Smith (1849)
"After the death of Dardanus those palladia (others mention only one palladium) were ... [WA O-] According to the Italian traditions, Dardanus was the son of ..."