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Definition funny of Croesus:

urbanInventor 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.

urbanKing Croesus of Lydia became proverbial for his wealth and the prosperity of his kingdom

songs

Songs about Croesus:

songsCroesus Curse by James Roseman from the Album The Demo Tape

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 10, "Orsanes, mußt du denn dem stummen Atis weichen?" (Orsanes) by Markus Schäfer, Salomé Haller, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin and Klaus Häger René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 10, "Orsanes, mußt du denn dem stummen Atis weichen?" (Orsanes) by René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 10, "Traure nicht, traure nicht" (Elmira) by René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 10, "Traure nicht, traure nicht" (Elmira) by Kurt Azesberger, Dorothea Röschmann and Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 11, "Hört, wie die Eulen" (Elcius) by René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

songsCroesus: ACT I, Scena 11, "Hört, wie die Eulen" (Elcius) by Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin and Kurt Azesberger René Jacobs from the Album Keiser: Croesus

books

Books about Croesus:

booksThe Life and Times of Emperor Croesus Black, Vol.1: Exodus (The Emperor's Journals) by Matthew B Wolcott (Jun 10, 2013)

booksLesser Gods and Greater Men: The Life and Times of Croesus Black Volume two (Volume 2) by Matthew B. Wolcott (Mar 14, 2014)

booksCroesus Gold by Glenn Harnden (Nov 18, 2013)

booksSolon and Croesus: And other Greek Essays by Alfred Eckhard Zimmern (1968)

booksThe Life and Times of Emperor Croesus Black (The Emperor's Journals) by Matthew Wolcott (Mar 10, 2014)

booksThe Croesus Club by Colin Hines (Jan 14, 2008)

booksThe Croesus Conspiracy by Benjamin Stein (Jul 12, 1979)

wiki

Wiki information Croesus:

Croesus
Deceased Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Person

Croesus was the king of Lydia from 560 to 547 BC until his defeat by the Persians. The fall of Croesus made a profound impact on the Hellenes, providing a fixed point in their calendar. "By the fifth century at least," J.A.S. Evans remarked, "Croesus...

Croesus
Opera, Composition

Der hochmütige, gestürzte und wieder erhabene Croesus is a three-act opera composed by Reinhard Keiser. The German language libretto by Lucas von Bostel was based on Nicolò Minato's 1678 dramma per musica Creso, the music for which was composed by...