- Born: 1375 B.C.
- Marriage: Callirhoe 
- Died: 1328 B.C. at age 47
Troy (Asia Minor), also Ilium (ancient Ilion), famous city of Greek legend, on the northwestern corner of Asia Minor, in present-day Turkey. The legendary founder of the city was Ilus, the son of Tros, from whom the name Troy was derived. The son and successor of Ilus was Laomedon, who was slain by the hero Hercules, when Hercules captured the city. It was during the reign of Laomedon's son Priam that the famous Trojan War occurred, which resulted in the capture and destruction of the city.
Tros married Callirhoe  [MRIN: 1748], daughter of Scamander  and Idaea .
Callirhoe married Tros, son of Erichthonius King Of Dardania and Astyoche. (Tros was born in 1375 B.C. and died in 1328 B.C..)