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Etymology: In Greek mythology, Lybia, like Ethiopia or Scythia, was one of the mythic outlands that encircled the familiar Greek world of the Hellenes and their "foreign" neighbors. Lybia was also personified as an individual, she was the daughter of Epaphus, King of Egypt, who had three sons by the Libyan Sea-God Poseidon: Belus, Agenor and Lelex (Libya).

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