Scamander in Greek mythology, was (1) a son of Oceanus and Tethys, a river god in Troas, originally named Xanthus. He married the nymph Idaea, and became the father of Teucer and Glaucia. Hector's son, ordinarily called Astyanax, bore the appellative Scamandrius, derived from the name of this deity. (2) A nephew of the above, the son of Glaucia and Deimachus.

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