Tantalus in Wikipedia

Tantalus (Greek Τάνταλος) was the ruler of an ancient western Anatolian city called either under his name, as "Tantalis",[1] "the city of Tantalus", or as "Sipylus", in reference to Mount Sipylus at the foot of which his city was located and whose ruins were reported to be still visible in the beginning of the Common Era,[2] although few traces remain today. Pausanias further reports that there was a port under his name and a sepulchre of him "by no means obscure", in the same region. In Greek mythology he was the father of Pelops, Niobe and Broteas, and a son of Zeus[3] and the nymph Plouto...

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