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{{about||the town of ancient Crete|Pergamus (Crete)|the town of ancient Crete in Virgil's Aeneid|Pergamea}}{{unreferenced|date=November 2014}}In Greek mythology, Pergamus ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|p|ɜr|ɡ|ə|m|ə|s}}; Ancient Greek: Πέργαμος) was the son of the warrior Neoptolemus and Andromache. It is said that Andromache returned to Asia Minor with her youngest son, Pergamus who there founded the town named himself.Pergamus (or Pergamos) is also the name of the citadel of Troy in Homer's Iliad.

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The King James Version of the Bible uses the name "Pergamos" in {{bibleverse||Revelation|2:12|KJV}} for the seat of one of the seven churches of Asia, a city that more modern translations call Pergamum or Pergamon.{{Greek-myth-stub}}

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