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  Aristaeus   (or Aristeas) - a courtier of Ptolemy II of Egypt
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Aristeas_18 d,' said the king, 'that Aristeas asks of us!' [19] Then
Aristeas_40 ief of my bodyguard, and Aristeas - men whom I hold in hig
Aristeas_43 onoured servants, and by Aristeas, both good men and true,
Joseph:AJ_12.17 Now there was one Aristaeus, who was among the king's mos
Joseph:AJ_12.19 [19] Accordingly Aristaeus embraced the same opinion wit
Joseph:AJ_12.24 good to them." [24] When Aristaeus was saying thus, the
Joseph:AJ_12.26 hich should confirm what Aristaeus had proposed, and espec
Joseph:AJ_12.50 captain of my guard, and Aristaeus, men whom I have in ver
Joseph:AJ_12.53 which things Andreas and Aristaeus, those most honoured
Joseph:AJ_12.86 tly sent for Andreas and Aristaeus, his ambassadors, who
Joseph:AJ_12.100 uestions in that book of Aristaeus, which he wrote on this

  Aristaeus 2   - son of Apollo; an ancient king of Arcadia
Just_13.7 forth four sons, Nomius, Aristaeus, Autuchus, and Agraeus;
Phylarch_16 She had two sons, Autuchus and Aristaeus. Phylarchus says

  Aristaeus 3   of Crete - father of Theris, 3rd century B.C.
Callim:Epigr_13 its tale : " Theris, son of Aristaeus, Cretan," is long

  Aristaeus 4   - Athenian archon, 62 B.C.
62/_ Athenian archon: Aristaeus

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