Adelphi   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Adelphi   - title of a comedy by Terentius
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Wikipedia entry
160/23 Paullus; composition and first performance of Terentius' "Adelphi".

  Adelphi 2   - the title of Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II after their deification

  Adelphi 2   - the title of Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II after their deification
THI_17 (217)   xander, and the Gods Adelphoi, and the Benefactor
OGIS_111 (152-145)   d} [and of the gods Adelphoi and] of the gods Eue
OGIS_168 (115)   ieb, and of the gods Adelphoi, and of the gods Euer
OGIS_50 (c. 269-246)   nysos and the Gods Adelphoi, and by the other me
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   n Arsinoē, Gods Adelphoi, children of king Pto
OGIS_55 (240)   sinoē the gods Adelphoi, in the month of Dystr
OGIS_65 (c. 245)   inoē the gods Adelphoi, and queen Berenike the
SEG_36.1218 (243/2)   Arsinoē the Gods Adelphoi, Nikolaos son of K
SEG_39.1426 (238-221)   rifice to the Gods Adelphoi, the Nagidians shall be
SelPap_1.31 lexander and of the gods Adelphi and the canephorus of
SelPap_1.37 ods Soteres and the gods Adelphi and the gods Euerg
SelPap_1.39 Alexander and the gods Adelphi being Alexander son of
SelPap_1.65 Alexander and the gods Adelphi and the gods Euergetae
SelPap_2.256 emaeus and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the priest of Alexa
SelPap_2.348 emaeus and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the priest of Alexa
SelPap_2.349 emaeus and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the priest of Alexa
SelPap_2.365 Alexander and the gods Adelphi being Neoptolemus so


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