A Trojan prince named Hector
In the Iliad, Achilles was said to kill the Trojan prince, Hector.
There were over fifty sons of priam, but the main ones were Hector and Paris
Hector, son of Priam, prince of Troy, was slewed by Achilles.
Hector was a Trojan prince, the son of King Priam and his queen, Hecuba. He was commander of the Trojans in the Trojan War. Hector was killed in single combat with Achilles. There is at present no proof that Hector or someone like him really existed, but most myth has its basis in reality. Please click on the related link below to read more.
I assume you are refering to the Trojan Prince and great fighter during the Trojan War. Hector never lived, he was just a myth. The Trojan War occured between 1260 and 1240 BC, so if he were real he must of existed during that time.
Hector, Prince of Troy.
Hector was King Priam's eldest son, and was the commander in chief of the Trojan forces. Hector was the best warrior on the Trojan side.
Hector was the son of Priamos, king of Troy, and the greatest Trojan hero.
Hector was a Spartan, Achilles fought for the Trojans...Wrong!!! Hector was a Trojan. The best Trojan in fact.
Aenaes the third cousin of Hector, managed to escape and he founded the roots of rome
Hector was the greatest Trojan warrior.
Hector was the bravest Trojan warrior.
Achilles (Greek), Hector (Trojan)
He killed the Trojan leader Hector.