Pammon was one of the many sons of King Priam of Troy.[1]

He fought for his city during the Trojan War, after his brother Paris had stolen Helen from her husband Menelaus, king of Sparta.[1]

When the Argives eventually entered the city at the tenth year of the war, Menelaus led Diomedes and Achilles' son Neoptolemus to Priam's throne room.[1]

Priam had deserted it, but Neoptolemus found there his sons Pammon, Polites and Antiphonus, which he all slew in instants.[1]


Armor and helmet[1]



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