Tyrrheus

Tyrrheus

[tahy-ree-uhs, tahy-ryoos]
noun Roman Legend.
a shepherd. The killing of his tame stag by Ascanius was a cause of the war between Aeneas' Trojans and the people of Latium.
Also, Tyrrhus [tahy-ruhs] .
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