Phorbas   - in ancient sources @

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  Phorbas   - son of Triopas; an ancient settler in the island of Rhodes
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.262 and others remained with Phorbas, and came to Ialysus, and
Athen_6.263 feasted them. And Phorbas was so delighted with this hosp

  Phorbas 2   - son of Criasus; an ancient king of Argos
Euseb]:Chron_177 Argus. Criasus, for 54 years. Phorbas, for 35 years. Duri
Euseb]:Chron_181 to have happened, until Phorbas, in whose time Cecrops

  Phorbas 3   - son of Thersippus; an ancient archon of Athens
Euseb]:Chron_187 pus, for 41 years. Phorbas, the son of Thersippus, for 30

  Phorbas 4   - brother of Polymelus; killed by Ixion
AnthPal_3.12 [12] Ixion killing Phorbas and Polymelus, for their murder

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