Capys - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Assaracus; father of Achises
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of Aeneas : Assaracus, Capys, and Anchises SERVIUS auctu
he named Capua, after Capys, his great-grandfather, Anc
- a king of Alba
reigned twenty-six, then Capys twenty-eight, and after Cap
ars. When he died, Capis was appointed king, and he ruled
Silvius - for 26 years Capis Silvius - for 28 years Calp
- father of Lycaon
its local ruler, Lycaon son of Capys. Lycaon prostrated
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