Asteroid 3317, Paris, a Jupiter Trojan, was discovered on May 26, 1984 by Carolyn and Eugene Shoemaker at Palomar Observatory near Pauma Valley, California. It has a period of 11 years, 331 days and is about 86 1/2 miles in diameter.
It was named for Paris, the Trojan prince whose abduction of Helen, wife of King Menelaus of Sparta, brought about the Trojan War. His father Priam, king of Troy, ordered him abandoned in the wilderness at birth because of a prophecy that he would bring about the ruin of Troy. But the servant assigned the task took him home and raised him instead after he somehow survived more than a week of abandonment. He eventually returned to Troy and was welcomed back by his parents despite the prophecy.
The Judgment of Paris by Belgian (Flemish) painter Hendrik van Balen (1575-1632)
Astrologically, asteroid Paris seems to have to do with starting a mess, "not very deep," "in trouble no matter what one does," attracted to beauty and pleasure (perhaps superficially so), high culture . It can also function as a name asteroid for cities or people named Paris.
The glyph for Paris is mine.