It appears in the version apollodorienne “first Trojan War” between her father and Héraclès. It was offered in sacrifice to alleviate a marine monster sent by Poséidon to devastate Troy, after his/her father, the King de Troie Laomédon, floué it. Héraclès proposed to kill the monster in exchange of the immortal horses which Tros accepted the father of Laomédon following the removal of Ganymède. Héraclès saved Hésioné, but once again Laomédon did not discharge a its debt. To be avenged, Héraclès, in company of Télamon, assembled a punitive forwarding of eighteen ships against Troy. Following its victory it killed Laomédon and its sons, offered Hésione to Télamon and allowed him to save one of his/her brothers. This one chooses Priam. De Télamon, Hésione gave birth to Teucros.
(II, 5,9); (II, 6,4); (III, 12,7)
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