Pandar ( dr. Greek Πάνδαρος ) - in ancient Greek mythology  the son of Lycaon , was famous as a great archer.
Thomas Kirk. Pandar with Chrissis. Illustration for Troilus and Cressida
|Mythology||Ancient Greek mythology|
|Brothers and sisters|
|Life period||period of the trojan war|
|Related Events||Trojan war|
Ally of Troy, originally from Zelia in Troas (in the II song of the Iliad)  , or Lycian (according to the V song)  . The IV song of the Iliad details how Pandar made his bow  . According to the second song, he received a bow as a gift from Apollo  . According to the scholiasts and Eustathius, from Trojan Lycia  . His sanctuary is in the city of Pinar in Lycia. 
During the Trojan War, Menelaus wounded with an arrow, thereby violating the truce with the Greeks. Killed by Diomedes  .
The character of the play is Shakespeare Troilus and Cressida .
- Ancient Greek mythology
- Trojan war
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