Apion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Apion   - Greek grammarian of the early first centuy A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Josephus,- JOSEPHUS, Against Apion - Contra Apionem
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_10.29   ery great age. And Apion states that it is immortal and
Aelian:NA_11.40   double liver. And Apion says - unless he is romancing -
Athen_11.501   shape is not without point. Apion and Diodorus both say :
Athen_14.642   can't bear, O gods! But Apion and Diodorus, as Pamphilus
Athen_15.680   find also the word chorōnon Apion, in his treatise On the
Euseb]:Chron_113   tes as follows [ Against Apion, 1'106(17) ]: The evidence
Plin:HN_35.88   as it sounds, the grammarian Apion has left it on record
Plin:HN_36.79   Antisthenes, Demetrius, Demoteles and Apion, are not all agreed
Plin:HN_37.75   been completely transformed. Apion, surnamed Plistonices, or
Poseidon_69   hin this sanctuary Apion has the effrontery to assert that

  Apion   - in documents
OGIS_196 (32)   res and his son Apellas, and Apion . . . and . . .,
SelPap_1.108 Horus to the most honoured Apion greeting. Regar
SelPap_1.112 Apion to Epimachus, his fa
SelPap_1.13 is Saraeus daughter of Apion, and who is not yet of
SelPap_1.135 Apion to Didymus greet
SelPap_1.148 Hail, my lord Apion, I, Philosarapis, sa
SelPap_1.177 usband Apollonius son of Apion as guardian, have rece
SelPap_1.24 87=256. To Flavius Apion the all-honoured and most mag
SelPap_1.25 iction. To Flavius Apion the all-honoured and most mag
SelPap_1.26 ost magnificent heirs of Apion of glorious memory, pat
SelPap_1.3 rom Thermion daughter of Apion, with her guardian Apol
SelPap_1.70 her guardian her kinsman Apion son of Apion, notifies
SelPap_2.256 ersons was entering the ... of Apion . . . from the so
SelPap_2.322 from Heraclius son of Apion and Naris son of Collu
SelPap_2.328 sely, the reverse. Apion, public scribe of the vill
SelPap_2.358 ges to Saturnilus son of Apion son of Didymus, aged a

Apionsee Ptolemy36

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