Apellaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- of Elis, victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 540 B.C.
race 60th [540 B.C.] - Apellaeus of Elis, stadion race
- a Macedonian month, usually equivalent to November/December
(early 2nd cent.) rt in the month of Apellaios when Xenochares is
(c. 200) lendar. Dios, Apellaios, Audnaios, Peritios, Dystro
(181/0) sacrifices in the month of Apellaios. You, [after
and by the Macedonians Apellaeus, in the hundred and fif
ich the Macedonians call Apellaeus, they lighted the lamps
(c. 220) of the month of [(?) Apellaios], the day on which
the 22nd of the month Apellaeus or 22nd of Phaophi
the 15th of the month Apellaeus or Phaophi, at Oxyr
the 26th of the month Apellaeus or Phaophi, at Ptol
word to him. Goodbye. Year 28, Apellaeus 27. Apollod
(182-179) , and of the month of Apellaios, as the Delphians r
- a contemporary of the orator Hypereides
lonetae: Hypereides in Against Apellaeus, about the treasu
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