In Roman mythology, the Aeneads (Αἰνειάδαι in Greek) were the friends, family and companions of Aeneas, with whom they fled from Troy after the Trojan War. ''Aenides'' was another patronymic from Aeneas, which is applied by Gaius Valerius Flaccus to the inhabitants of Cyzicus,〔Gaius Valerius Flaccus, iii. 4.〕 whose town was believed to have been founded by Cyzicus, the son of Aeneas and Aenete.Similarly, ''Aeneades'' (Ancient Greek: ) was a patronymic from Aeneas, and applied as a surname to those who were believed to have been descended from him, such as Ascanius, Augustus, and the Romans in general.〔Virgil. ''Aeneid'', ix. 653.〕〔Ovid. ''Ex Pont.'' i. 35〕〔Ovid. ''Metamorphoses'', xv. 682, 695.〕
The Aeneads included:
*Acmon, son of Clytius (son of Aeolus),〔Acmon's only appearance is in Virgil's Aeneid. Others with that name are listed at Acmon (disambiguation).〕
*Creusa, wife of Aeneas and mother of Ascanius
*Misenus, Aeneas' trumpeter
*''Achaemenides'', one of Odysseus' crew the Aeneads picked up in Sicily (strictly speaking ''not'' an Aenead as he was not Trojan, but Greek).
*The Golden Bough (mythology)
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