Pygmalion   - in ancient sources @

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  Pygmalion   - king of Tyre, late 9th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Just_18.4 Tyre, appointing his son Pygmalion and his daughter Elissa
Just_18.5 of these transactions, Pygmalion, having heard of his

  Pygmalion 2   of Citium - bought a royal fortress from Pasicyprus, 4th century B.C.
Athen_4.167 for fifty talents, to Pygmalion of Citium, selling him

  Pygmalion 3   of Cyprus - a legendary sculptor
Wikipedia entry
Philip_11.347 son was Proteus and who Pygmalion ? Let me know works who

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