Priam (n.)
[pron: 'priyam] king of Troy, husband of Hecuba; killed by Pyrrhus during the sack of Troy
2H4 I.i.72[Northumberland to Morton, of a man] Drew Priam's curtain in the dead of night
AW I.iii.71[Clown to Countess, reciting] Was this King Priam's joy?
Ham II.ii.446[Hamlet to First Player, of a speech] of Priam's slaughter
Luc.1367skilful painting, made for Priam's Troy
Luc.1448[Lucrece, looking at a painting of Hecuba] Staring on Priam's wounds
TC prologue.15 [Prologue] Priam's six-gated city
Tit I.i.83[Titus to all, of his sons] Half of the number that King Priam had
Tit V.iii.83[Marcus to Lucius] subtle Greeks surprised King Priam's Troy
TS III.i.29[Lucentio to Bianca] Hic steterat Priami...
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