Ptolemy (King of Thebes)
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In Greek mythology, Ptolemy was an ancestral ruler of Thebes, living in the 12th century BCE. His father was Damasichthon; his son, Xanthus. Since the Homeric root to Ptolemy includes no T the name is reconstructed as Polemy.
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