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Inventor of money... King of Lydia ~2500 Years Ago. History, and not the myths, affirms that Croesus reigned, as last king of Lydia, from 560 to 546 BC, over all peoples and cities between the Aegean coast of Asia Minor in the west and the river Halys in the East, having as his capital the city of Sardis, which is between Mount Tmolus and the river Hermos.
King Croesus of Lydia became proverbial for his wealth and the prosperity of his kingdom
by Nonya March 04, 2005
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