I cannot kill this prescious child, let the animals kill him
Queen Hecuba had a awful nightmare that her son, Pairs, was going to come out as a flaming torch and burn down Troy.
They went to the prophets to ask what it meant. The prophets said that Paris would be a danger to Troy and burn down everything. They said that the baby would have to be killed.
King Priam could not kill his own son, so he sent him to Ageleos, a herdsman. Ageleos felt so bad for the baby that he could not kill Paris. He put him on the side of the mountain to be eaten by wild animals.
Ageleos, thank you for everything you've done!
Ageleos came the next day to collect Paris' dead body, but saw him playing with a family of bears. After he saw that the baby was alive he knew it was a sign and Ageleos decided he should not kill Paris.
Ageleos was told to cut off Paris' tongue as proof that he was dead. Ageleos knew he had to bring something to the king but he could not hurt the child. He cut off a wild dog's tongue to show the king.
Agaleos raised Paris as if he was his own. He taught him to herd animals. Paris grew up and became a strong, handsome man.