Apellaeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Apellaeus   - of Elis, victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 540 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_201 race 60th [540 B.C.] - Apellaeus of Elis, stadion race

  Apellaeus 2   - a Macedonian month, usually equivalent to November/December
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   rt in the month of Apellaios when Xenochares is
THI_27 (c. 200)   lendar. Dios, Apellaios, Audnaios, Peritios, Dystro
THI_59 (181/0)   sacrifices in the month of Apellaios. You, [after
Joseph:AJ_12.248 and by the Macedonians Apellaeus, in the hundred and fif
Joseph:AJ_12.319 ich the Macedonians call Apellaeus, they lighted the lamps
SEG_58.1220 (c. 220)   of the month of [(?) Apellaios], the day on which
SelPap_1.4 the 22nd of the month Apellaeus or 22nd of Phaophi
SelPap_1.40 the 15th of the month Apellaeus or Phaophi, at Oxyr
SelPap_1.74 the 26th of the month Apellaeus or Phaophi, at Ptol
SelPap_2.410 word to him. Goodbye. Year 28, Apellaeus 27. Apollod
Syll_635 (182-179)   , and of the month of Apellaios, as the Delphians r

  Apellaeus 3   - a contemporary of the orator Hypereides
Philoch_26 lonetae: Hypereides in Against Apellaeus, about the treasu


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