Pylus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Pylos) - a town on the coast of Messenia, Greece
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him mild. Neither Pylus nor Ithaca can claim to have had
at the three lifetimes of the Pylian legend. For while
ople mourned the King of Pylus, Nestor, hoary after three
them, Melanthus of Pylus, son of Andropompus, became king,
ears. Melanthus of Pylus, the son of Andropompus, for 37
cord after the events at Pylus, carrying a chest full of
enes, finding that Pylus was strongly garrisoned by the
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