Ammonius   - in ancient sources @

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  Ammonius   of Alexandra - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 256 B.C.
256/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Ammonius of Alexandria
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_207 time 131st [256 B.C.] - Ammonius of Alexandria, stadion

  Ammonius 2   - a minister of Alexander Balas, king of Syria
149/42 Ammonius murders Laodice and other members of the Syrian royal family
    Within translations:
Diod_33.5 henes, sent privately to Ammonius, the viceroy of the king
Joseph:AJ_* 13.106-108 * exander, by the means of Ammonius, who was his friend; [10
Joseph:AJ_13.112 tioch hated Alexander on Ammonius's account, as we have

  Ammonius 3   - son of Ammonius; a director of the library at Alexandria
145/33 Ammonius succeeds Aristarchus as head of the library at Alexandria.
    Within translations:
POxy_1241 king there flourished Ammonius, Zenodotus, Diocles, and

  Ammonius 4   of Cerceosiris - an Egyptian official in the 2nd century B.C.
118/8 PTeb_12, letters from Menches to Herodes and Ammonius.

  Ammonius 5   - author of a book about Athenian prostitutes
Athen_13.567 es, and Apollodorus, and Ammonius, and Antiphanes, and als

  Ammonius 6   of Alexandria - a grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
Philoch_120 writers, including Ammonius, say that this Thucydides was

  Ammonius   - in documents
OGIS_130 (c. 143/2)   ophon Hermias son of Ammonios Papias son of Ammo
OGIS_176 (98)   re ephebes in the class of Ammonios during the seco
OGIS_59 (163)   s Aristophanes Ammonios Philoxenos Aristopolis Nika
PCairZen_59362 piece at the request of Ammonios, not allowing myself to
PCairZen_59368 of their grievances against Ammonios. Sostratos to Zeno
PCairZen_59371 lculations on the new basis. & Ammonios may be the oikonom
PSI_495 he came to Ptolemais met with Ammonios and asked . . .
SelPap_1.12 sons of . . son of Ammonius, their mother being Sara
SelPap_1.152 Ammonius to his brothers Ju
SelPap_1.162 meone, either Gunthus or Ammonius, to remain with me u
SelPap_1.164 through that pestilent Ammonius the speculator and
SelPap_1.177 atyrus, with her kinsman Ammonius son of Heracleide
SelPap_1.21 and . . . son of Ammonius, all five presidents of
SelPap_1.33 of Hephaestion son of Ammonius, of the Sosicosmian
SelPap_1.35 Serenus son of Aurelius Ammonius, formerly exegete
SelPap_1.38 bank of Anubion son of Ammonius, of the Matidian t
SelPap_1.39 each for the other, and Ammonius son of Theon, Cyrena
SelPap_1.4 the holding of Bacchion son of Ammonius, on the north
SelPap_1.50 ollonius, witness. I, Aurelius Ammonius son of Psais,
SelPap_1.74 aclous daughter of Ammonius, aged about 66 years, wi
SelPap_1.84 Psenamounis also called Ammonius and Hermas and Apoll
SelPap_2.237 as from his excellency Ammonius, are urging us to
SelPap_2.240 rch, said : Theon son of Ammonius, represented by his
SelPap_2.286 To Ammonius Paternus, centurion,
SelPap_2.291 ianus, and of Maurus and Ammonius, Arab archers, so
SelPap_2.299 band Agathodaemon son of Ammonius son of Theoxenus, of
SelPap_2.309 Thaisarion daughter of Ammonius son of Mysthes, her
SelPap_2.318 hus from Aurelius Gaion son of Ammonius and Taeus. I
SelPap_2.325 uarter, and Titania with Ammonius son of Claudianus
SelPap_2.341 urelius Bion also called Ammonius, gymnasiarch, sena
SelPap_2.373 Aurelius Ammonius son of Ammonius, shi
SelPap_2.378 at Hermonthis of which Ammonius is head, for the ten
SelPap_2.395 of payment order. Ammonius son of Polydeuces, Syrion
SelPap_2.398 ivered in the village to Ammonius and Heracleides the
Syll_657 (155/4)   &{157/6 B.C. } Ammonios of Pambotadai, the son of
THI_61.C (early 2nd century)   Corinth, the son of Ammonios Citharist:   Niko

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