Arion   - in ancient sources @

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  Arion   - the steward of Ptolemy V of Egypt
Joseph:AJ_* 12.200-204 * good advice, wrote to Arion his steward, that managed
Joseph:AJ_12.208 child. [208] When Arion was apprised that this was the

  Arion 2   - a mythical horse
Wikipedia entry
PsCallisth_1.13 ter than Pegasus or than Arion, born in your stables, and

  Arion 3   - Greek poet, c. 600 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_2.6   sbians tell the story of Arion of Methymna; what happened
Aelian:NA_6.15   no less than what happened to Arion of Methymna. ** [16]
Aelian:NA_12.45   the Sicilian main.' And Arion wrote a hymn of thanks to
Apul:Flor_17   to woods, to fish Arion sang. "   {Vergilius,
Bianor_9.308   { G-P 15 } & On Arion When the sea-robbers near the Tyr
Bianor_16.276   22 } & On a Statue of Arion Periander set up here this
Cic:Tusc_2.67   you up, as it did Arion of Methymna; or those horses
Philip_9.88   without payment. The tale of Arion is not untrue. * &

  Arion   - in documents
SelPap_1.133 To my lord and father Arion from Thonis greet
SelPap_2.295 Eulogius, together with Arion, a vine-dresser, and Se

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