Atys (King of Alba Longa)
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In Roman mythology, Atys // (said to have reigned 989-963 BC) was a descendant of Alba and the sixth king of Alba Longa. Geoffrey of Monmouth asserted in his Historia Regum Britanniae that Silvius (who he calls "Sylvius Epitus") succeeded Alba at the same time that Solomon began to build the Temple in Jerusalem and was visited by the Queen of Sheba, and king Leil of Britain founded Carlisle.
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