For other uses of Antigone, see Antigone (disambiguation)

Antigone of Troy is a minor figure in Greek mythology. She is the daughter of the Trojan king Laomedon and the sister of Priam.

Antigone claimed that her hair was more beautiful than that of the goddess Hera. Hera angered by such a claim turned Antigone's hairs into snakes. Later another god pitying her, turned her into a stork.


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