Aristaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(or Aristeas) - a courtier of Ptolemy II of Egypt
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d,' said the king, 'that Aristeas asks of us!'  Then
ief of my bodyguard, and Aristeas - men whom I hold in hig
onoured servants, and by Aristeas, both good men and true,
Now there was one Aristaeus, who was among the king's mos
 Accordingly Aristaeus embraced the same opinion wit
good to them."  When Aristaeus was saying thus, the
hich should confirm what Aristaeus had proposed, and espec
captain of my guard, and Aristaeus, men whom I have in ver
which things Andreas and Aristaeus, those most honoured
tly sent for Andreas and Aristaeus, his ambassadors, who
uestions in that book of Aristaeus, which he wrote on this
- son of Apollo; an ancient king of Arcadia
forth four sons, Nomius, Aristaeus, Autuchus, and Agraeus;
She had two sons, Autuchus and Aristaeus. Phylarchus says
of Crete - father of Theris, 3rd century B.C.
its tale : " Theris, son of Aristaeus, Cretan," is long
- Athenian archon, 62 B.C.
Athenian archon: Aristaeus
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