Meles of Lydia

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Meles (also as Myrsus, according to Herodotus[1]) was the 24th king of Lydia, and 21st king of the Heraclid dynasty; see List of kings of Lydia. He was succeeded by his son, Candaules.

He is believed to have reigned from 745 to 733 BC.

Preceded by
Alyattes I
King of Lydia
745–733 BC
Succeeded by
  1. ^ Herodotus, 1.7.4