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Aeneas was the son of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love and Beauty, and of Anchises, King of Dardanus. He accompanied Paris, son King Priam of Troy, when the Trojan prince crossed the Aegean Sea to take Helen from Menelaus, king of Sparta. Menelaus soon sought his brother Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, who gathered all leaders of Achaea, to sail to Troy and demand Helen's return, causing the Trojan War
Aeneas was able to see the Gods (or at least his mother) when they came to Earth in disguise of invisibility.
Ally of Forgotten One Formerly ally of Paris and Priam of Troy
The last panel of the story including a statement that the following year's annual would be about the founding of Rome by Aeneas. The essay "A Few Ounces of Troy" by Roy Thomas also indicated that the following year's annual would feature the second meeting of Aeneas and Thor. Yet Thor Annual #9 was a completely different story written by Chris Claremont instead.
BASE OF OPERATIONS
Latium Formerly Dardanus; Mount Ida; Troy
Thor Annual #8 (August, 1979)
Roy Thomas, John Buscema, Tony DeZuniga
PARENTS AND RELATIVES
Aphrodite (mother); Anchises (father)
Demigod (Son of the Goddess Aphrodite and of a mortal)