Candaules - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Lydia, 8th century B.C.
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years Meles for 12 years Candaules for 17 years Gyges for
rs. [p69] Meles, for 12 years. Candaules, for 17 years.
in singularity of fortune, to Candaules. 15 This prince
- the son of Candace
irst of bowmen, and next Candaules, the dark-skinned, then
Candace, called Candaules, with a few horsemen, rode
he came to that place where Candaules told him gods liv
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