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  Italus   - aking of the Sicels, ancient inhabitants of Italy
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_267 lled Italians, from king Italus, who also gave the name
Euseb]:Chron_269 country. [p269] Italus was succeeded by Morges, from
Euseb]:Chron_279 ilt by Romus, the son of Italus and Leucē, the daught
Euseb]:Chron_281 His words are these: 'When Italus was growing old, Morges

  Italus 2   - father of Androsthenes, 2nd century B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_245 Then Androsthenes the son of Italus, from Gyrton. Then

  Italus   - in documents
SelPap_2.421 C. Minucius Italus to his dear Cels
SelPap_2.422 letter. Minicius Italus to Diogenes, Dionysius, and
THI_61 (early 2nd cent.)   Gyrton, the son of Italos, was agonothete, the v
THI_61.A (c. 188/7)   Gyrton, the son of Italos, was agonothete, the vict

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