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Antenor (I) King of Troy

Antenor (I), King of Troy (in Scythia).
Son of Helenus.

He is confused with Antenor of the Trojan War, but they are separate individuals-with different fathers and children, but are greatly confused by historians.

Antenor is listed as the king of Troy, but this is unlikely. Even though Troy was a nation (a small one) rather than a city, by this time the Trojans no longer existed in the capacity to need a king. He was also the Chief Prince of Ephraim. He is believed to have joined up with the Cimmerians, a nomadic tribe from southern Russia. There is a legend that Antenor founded the city of Pedova [Padua], though Pedova was actually founded in 1185 BC. (S1).

Legends appear to indicate that he became a leader of the Cimmerians of Scythia on Black Sea; and led them westward into Europe.

The Trojans who left Troy in 677 after the Third Trojan War went to the area of the Black Sea where they joined the group that had been led there by Ascanius after the First Trojan War in 1181. Both were Trojans, both went to the northern shores of the Black Sea, but at different times. Both record the same kings as they proceed across Europe. (S2).

So he probably was not a king of Troy, but a leader of the Cimmerian people in Scythia.

Antenor died in 440BC. (S1).

In 445 B.C. their leader Antenor falls in battle against the Goths. (S2).


CHILDREN of Antenor King of Troy
  1. Marcomir I King of Cimmerians. He died in 411BC.


Antenor (I), King of Troy
Marcomir I, King of Cimmerians
Antenor II, King of Sicamber, and Cambra
Priam, King of Sicamber
Helenus I, King of Sicamber
Diocles, King of Sicamber
Basanus Magnus, King of Sicamber, and the daughter of Orcades, king of Norway
Chlodomir I, King of Sicamber, and Sedanus
Nicanor, King of Sicamber, and Elindur
Marcomir, King of Sicamber
Clodius, King of Sicamber
Antenor II, King of Sicamber
Chlodomir II, King of Sicamber
Merodachus, King of Sicamber
Cassander, King of Sicamber
Antharius, King of Sicamber
Francus, King of the Franks
Clodius II, King of the Franks
Marcomir I, King of the Franks
Clodomir, King of the Franks
Antenor III, King of the Franks
Ratherius, King of the Franks 
Richemer, King of the Franks, and Ascyla
Odomar, King of the Franks
Marcomir IV, King of the Franks, and Athildus of Brittany
Clodomir IV, King of the Franks, and Hafilda
Farabert, King of the Franks
Sunno/Sumo, King of the Franks
Hilderic, King of the Franks
Bartherus, King of the Franks. 
Clodius III, King of the Franks 
Walter, King of the Franks
Dagobert, Duke of the East Franks 
Genebald, Duke of the East Franks
Dagobert II, Duke of the East Franks
Clodius IV, Duke of the East Franks
Pharamond and Argotta
Argotta, md (1) Quintus Tarus,  md (2) Chlodio. 
Merovech, King of the Franks
Childeric I, King of the Franks, and Basina II, Queen of  Thuringia
Clovis I, King of the Franks, and Clothilde
Lotharius I, the Elder, and Ingund
Charibert I of Neustria and Ingoberga
Chrodobertus I of Neustrien 
Lambert I of Neustrien
Chrodobertus II of Neustrien and (Doda?)
Lambert II of Neustrien
Robert of Haspengau
Turincbertus of Wormsgau 
Hrudobertus of Wormsgau and (Tiedrada?)
Robert III of Wormsgau and Waldrada of Orleans
Robert the Strong
Robert I, King of the Franks 
Hughes Magnus
Hugh Capet and Adelaide of Acquitaine
Robert II, The Pious,  and Constance de Toulouse (Taillefer). 
Robert I, Duke of Burgundy, and Helie of Semur
Henry of Burgundy and Teresa of Leon
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Urraca (c1151-1188)  and Ferdinand II, King of Leon
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Alfonso X (1221-1284), King of Castile and Leon, and Violante of Aragon
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Alfonso XI (1311-1350), King of Castile, and Maria of Portugal
Pedro, The Cruel (1334-1369) and Maria de Padilla
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