The infant son of Hector and Andromache who was murdered during the Trojan War by Neoptolemus, who threw him from a wall near the city.
Astyanax was killed because his father had been killed by Achilles, and Neoptolemnus, Achilles' son, believed the baby would grow up and want revenge.
Por Morhange 01 de junio de 2006
The infant son of Hector and Andromache who was murdered during the Trojan War by Neoptolemus, who threw him from a wall near the city.
Astyanax was killed because his father had been killed by Achilles, and Neoptolemnus, Achilles' son, believed the baby would grow up and want revenge.
Por Morhange 28 de mayo de 2006
a mythological greek hero, but much more interestingly a videogame with a kick-ass plot (drama, death, sacrifice, scary dreams, guys with naked thighs, everything!) for the NES.
"Astyanax... Astyanax... you are chosen or something... come rescue me..." -- dream thingy with groovy music
Por ColdFusion 12 de julio de 2003

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