Gyges   - in ancient sources @

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  Gyges   - king of Lydia, early 7th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.709   than the tyrants Dascyles and Gyges. & & Kings of Lydia
AnthPal_9.110   nor wealth of gold such as was Gyges'. & I love a self-su
Athen_13.573   Amatory Matters, says-" Gyges the king of the Lydians was
Bianor_9.423   Sardis, once the city of Gyges and Alyattes ; Sardis, who
ChronSynt_92   Candaules for 17 years Gyges for 36 years Ardys for 38
Euseb]:Chron_69   ears. Candaules, for 17 years. Gyges, for 35 years. Ardys,
Just_1.7   ressed to his confidant, Gyges; 18 an act by which he both
LeonTar_7.740   he who once vied with Gyges in wealth, who was lord of
Nicand:Th_630   tomb of Tmolus and of Gyges on the steep of Parthenius,
Plin:HN_7.151   the oracle was consulted by Gyges, then the wealthiest king in
Plin:HN_7.205   the sport of ball-throwing by Gyges of Lydia; painting by the
ValMax_7.1.2   by the god himself. For Gyges, puffed up with the riches

  Gyges   - in documents
AnthPal_6.112 orseback by the hands of Gyges, Dailochos and Promenes,

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