Nestor was the king of the city of Pylos.
Parents: Neleus and Chloris
Children: Peisistratus, Thrasymedes and Pisidice
The Trojan War
Along with his two sons, he participated in the Trojan War for the Greeks. Although he was already at a very old age and did not actively fight in the war, he often spoke to reconciliate the Greeks, such as when Agamemnon and Achilles had a dispute. After the end of the war, Nestor and his remaining troops did not take part in the sack of Troy, but left for Pylos. There, Nestor received Telemachus as a guest, asking for his father Odysseus‘ fate.