Helenus was son of Priam and Hecuba, and brother of Hector and Paris. He was both a prophet and a warrior. He told Hector his future (Book 6). After the Iliad he was responsible for the prophecy that Troy would not fall, unless Philoctetes was brought there with his bow. Later he was a slave to Neoptolemus, and married his sister-in-law Andromache after his death. Aeneas visits their mini-Troy in Epirus.