Adaeus   - in ancient sources @

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  Adaeus   - an unidentified enemy of Ptolemy III
221/6 Ptolemy III defeats and kills Adaeus.

  Adaeus 2   of Mytilene - a writer, contemporary with Polemon, about 200 B.C.
Athen_5.210   which are addressed to Adaeus and Antigonus, where he
Athen_11.462   book of his Address to Adaeus and Antigonus says : 'As
Athen_11.471   including a thericleian cylix."   Adaeus in his chapters On the
Athen_13.606   work of Ctesicles; as Adaeus of Mitylene tells us in
Athen_15.690   in his writings addressed to Adaeus, says that there is an

  Adaeus 3   - one of the Jews who translated the bible into Greek, 3rd century B.C.
Aristeas_47 tribe, Judas, Simon, Samuel, Adaeus, Mattathias, Eschlem

  Adaeus 4   - name of a village in Egypt
SelPap_1.25 erais, of the village of Adaeus in the pagarchy of

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