King Agamemnon was a military ruler from ancient Greece, a member of the House of Atreus who fought in the Trojan War. He was killed by his wife Clytemnestra on his return, with his mistress, Cassandra. He is notable, as well as thematically relevant, as being the only Greek hero who was considered a great warrior without assistance from the gods. Ajax was a great warrior in this form as well, but ultimately received aid from Poseidon when he was weak.

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Agamemnon's legacy became a theatrical tragedy by Aeschylus, which survived the following millennia. The tragedy was annually played on Caladan in honor of the House Atreides.

Andrew Skouros, adopted the name Agamemnon after him.

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