Attalid

[ at-l-id ]
/ ˈæt l ɪd /

noun, plural At·tal·ids, At·tal·i·dae [uh-tal-i-dee] /əˈtæl ɪˌdi/.

any of a line of kings, usually named Attalus orEumenes, that ruled Pergamum, in Asia Minor, 282–133 b.c.

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Origin of Attalid

presumably after Attalus (< Greek Áttalos), father ofPhiletaerus (died 263 b.c.), founder of the kingdom; see -id1
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