Πόλυβος

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Πόλῠβος (Pólubosm (genitive Πολῠ́βου); second declension

  1. A male given name, equivalent to English Polybus — famously held by:
    1. a son of King Priam’s counsellor, Antenor, killed in the Trojan War by Neoptolemus
    2. an Egyptian
    3. the father of the Ithican nobleman, Eurymachus
    4. a suitor of Penelope (the wife of Odysseus)
    5. a Phaeacian

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