• Hecuba Hecuba Hecuba being portrayed as Odysseus's slave
  • Hecuba Hecuba Katharine Hepburn as The Queen of Troy in the 1971 film the Trojan Women
  • Hecuba Hecuba A sketch artist's vision of Hecuba
  • Hecuba Hecuba Katharine Hepburn as The Queen of Troy in the 1971 film the Trojan Women
  • Hecuba Hecuba Hecuba from the "Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum," a book published by Guillaume RouillĂ© in 1553 that includes 950 woodcut portraits of iconic historical figures
  • Hecuba Hecuba Katharine Hepburn as The Queen of Troy in the 1971 film the Trojan Women
  • Hecuba Hecuba Image of Hecuba in "Women of Troy" (BBC, 1958)
  • Hecuba Hecuba Katharine Hepburn as The Queen of Troy in the 1971 film the Trojan Women
  • "The Dream of Hecuba" "The Dream of Hecuba" By Giulio Romano (Orbetto) Italian Mannerist painter, architect, frescoist, printmaker, designer & draftsman born possibly in 1499 - died 1546

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Hecuba, daughter of Dymas king of Phrygia or Cisseus, was the wife of King Priam of Troy and the mother of Cassandra, Paris, Hector, Deiphobus, and others. She produced 19 of Priam's 50 sons. Before her son Paris was born, Hecuba had what turned out to be a prophetic vision that was interpreted to mean she would give birth to the destruction of Troy. Hecuba saw the death of her husband and most of her children, as well as the sack of her home -- Troy. Hecuba may have been turned over to Odysseus or another of the Achaean leaders after the sack of Troy.