Arsinoe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Arsinoe 2   - daughter of Ptolemaeus I; sister and wife of Ptolemaeus II
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299/3b Lysimachus marries Arsinoe, daughter of Ptolemy.
287/4 ties of Heracleia, Tius, and Amastris as a gift to his wife Arsinoe.
282/2 OGIS_15, a dedication by Arsinoe the daughter of Ptolemy at Samoth
281/8a OGIS_15, a dedication by Arsinoe in Samothrace.
281/9 Lysimachus punishes Telesphorus for an insult against Arsinoe.
281/14 the battle of Corupedium, after which Arsinoe escapes from Ephesus.
279/3 Ceraunus promises to marry Arsinoe, but murders her children after
275/5 The wedding of Ptolemy II and his sister Arsinoe.
275/7 against Ptolemy II and Arsinoe, either by emprisonment or by
274/21a Ptolemy and Arsinoe visit the Nile Delta, and discuss the defence
270/13 The death of Arsinoe, sister and wife of Ptolemy II.
270/18c statues of Ptolemy and Arsinoē, dedicated by Callicrates
265/22 POxy_2465, extracts from laws concerning sacrifices to Arsinoe.
264/18a ceremonies at Mendes, and the establishment of the cult of Arsinoe.
264/18b traditional Egyptian cults and to the cult of his sister Arsinoe.
263/2 registration of land to assess the quota due to the cult of Arsinoe.
263/15 a decree ordering payment of the quota due to the cult of Arsinoe.
258/5 4-34, a decree allocating a quota of produce to the cult of Arsinoe.
246/16 Timochares begins construction of a temple of Arsinoe at Alexandria.
246/18 maeus erects many statues of Arsinoe, who is depicted holding a rhyto
    Within translations:
Aristeas_41 lfare and the welfare of Queen Arsinoe your sister and you
Athen_11.497 arried by the statues of Arsinoe: for in her left hand she
Athen_14.616 an banquet, ridiculing Arsinoe (and she was the wife of
Athen_14.621 had married his sister Arsinoe,- & He pierced forbidden
Athen_15.689 and the attention that Arsinoe and Berenice paid to such
Callim:Epigr_6 tilus shell dedicated to Arsinoē Aphrodite of Zephyri
Euseb]:Chron_233 chus was persuaded by his wife Arsinoe to kill his own son
THI_16 (c. 264)   of his sister-wife ArsinoŽ, who is described in the
THI_17 (217)   hon was Kanephoros of ArsinoŽ Philadelphius, Decree
THI_18 (186)   s; the canephorus [of ArsinoŽ Philadelphus was Deme
THI_19 (185/4)   vices of the Goddess ArsinoŽ Philadelphus and of
THI_69 (c. 260)   ointed commander in Arsinoē, in previous times
THI_85 (late 3rd century)   . Dedicated to Arsinoē, the goddess Philadelph
Joseph:AJ_12.51 thou and thy queen Arsinoe, and thy children, be well, we
Just_17.1 in the affair his step-mother Arsinoe. This was the firs
Just_17.2 rriage with their mother Arsinoe, his sister, promising
Just_24.2 plot against his sister Arsinoe, to deprive her sons of
Memn_4 adelphus, who was called Arsinoe, and this caused Amastris
Memn_8 by marrying his sister Arsinoe (this was traditional amo
OGIS_14 (c. 316-270)   tue of queen Arsinoē, daughter of king Ptol
OGIS_15 (299-281)   en Arsinoē, daughter of [king]
OGIS_16 (271-246)   ple for Sarapis, Isis and Arsinoē [Philadelp
OGIS_27 (278-270)   s statue of queen Arsinoē, daughter of king
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   Ptolemaios and queen Arsinoē, Gods Adelphoi,
OGIS_55 (240)   on of Ptolemaios and Arsinoē the gods Adelphoi
OGIS_65 (c. 245)   of Ptolemaios and Arsinoē the gods Adelphoi,
Polyaen_08.57.1 Greeks and barbarians. [57] Arsinoe. After the death
RC_21 (before 250)   rifices . . . our sister Arsinoē . . . met
Schol:Theoc_15 has been furnished by Arsinoe, the wife of [Ptolemy]
SEG_36.1218 (243/2)   of Ptolemaios and Arsinoē the Gods Adelphoi,
SEG_39.1426 (238-221)   gs to the king and to Arsinoē [and] to Beren
SelPap_1.31 and the canephorus of Arsinoe Philadelphus being those
SelPap_1.37 getis, the canephorus of Arsinoe Philadelphus, the pri
SelPap_1.39 nidas, the canephorus of Arsinoe Philadelphus being Pr
SelPap_1.65 chias, the canephorus of Arsinoe Philadelphus being Ar
SelPap_2.233 and the apomoira due to (Arsinoe) Philadelphus, and
SelPap_2.256 son of Ptolemy and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the pr
SelPap_2.268 gave me in the temple of Arsinoe Actia a written oat
SelPap_2.348 son of Ptolemy and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the pr
SelPap_2.349 son of Ptolemy and Arsinoe, gods Adelphi, the pr
SelPap_2.365 aesis, the canephorus of Arsinoe Philadelphus being Ar
Syll_381 (300-281)   Lysimachos and queen Arsinoē; therefore with
Syll_462 (254-244)   olemaios] and queen [Arsinoē], erected this s
Vit:Lycoph_1 B.C.] and Berenice [? Arsinoe], who were both children

  Arsinoe 3   - daughter of Ptolemy III; sister and wife of Ptolemy IV
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204/11 Arsinoe disapproves of a festival instituted by Ptolemy.
204/20 The murder of Arsinoe, the widow of Ptolemy IV.
    Within translations:
3Macc_1 took with him his sister Arsinoe, and marched out to the
THI_128 (210-205)   olemaios, and queen Arsinoē [jointly sent 25,0
THI_17 (217)   to his Sister, queen ArsinoŽ, the Father-loving G
THI_18 (186)   of] Ptolemy [and ArsinoŽ], the Gods Father-lo
THI_19 (185/4)   Two Lands of Egypt, ArsinoŽ, the two Gods Father-
THI_65 (c. 238)   agas [D]   Queen Arsinoē of Macedonia, th
THI_82 (217-209)   Philopator and queen Arsinoē by Lucius of Rome
OGIS_730 (c. 217/6)   the king and queen] Arsinoē and their forces a
OGIS_82 (217-208)   Ptolemaios and queen Arsinoē, the gods Philop
OGIS_86 (c. 210-204)   Ptolemaios and queen Arsinoē and their son Pto
SelPap_1.37 elphus, the priestess of Arsinoe Philopator, likewise

  Arsinoe 4   - daughter of Ptolemy XII; killed in 41 B.C.
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47/2 esar puts Pothinus to death, but Arsinoe escapes and joins Achillas.
47/3 Achillas is killed by Arsinoe, who puts Ganymedes in command of the
44/60a gives control of the island of Cyprus to Cleopatra and Arsinoë.
41/20 Arsinoë, the sister of Cleopatra, is killed at Ephesus by order
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_167 daughters called Cleopatra and Arsinoe. He handed over pow

  Arsinoe 5   - the mother of Ptolemy I
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ChronPasc_421 us, the son of Lagus and Arsinoe, became the first [king]
Euseb]:Chron_161 Ptolemy the son of Arsinoe and Lagus was sent to be

  Arsinoe 6   (Cleopatris) - a city and port in Egypt, at the northern end of the Red Sea
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269/3 The foundation of the city of Arsinoe (Cleopatris) in Egypt.

  Arsinoe 7   (Conopa) - a city in Aetolia, Greece
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270/9 The foundation of the town of Arsinoe (formerly Conopa) in Aetolia.
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THI_64 (263-236)   ponsor: Archelaos of Arsinoē   Archonides
Syll_534 (c. 205/4)   s: since Pantaleon of Arsinoē, the son of N
Syll_564 (203/2)   taia, Boutheras of Arsinoē, Agoraios of Hyp
Syll_610 (190)   lipolis Phaineas of Arsinoē Euryboulas of Am

  Arsinoe 8   (Patara) - a city in Lycia
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246/19 Ptolemy rebuilds Patara in Lycia, and calls it Arsinoe.

  Arsinoe 9   - a city on the coast of Cilicia
 
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  + Arsinoean , Arsinoeans
260/3a lemaic governor, founds the city of Arsinoe on the coast of Cilicia.
221/14a Thraseas about a dispute between the cities of Nagidus and Arsinoe.
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SEG_39.1426 (238-221)   y and the magistrates of Arsinoē, greetings.

  Arsinoe 10   - a city on the island of Ceos
 
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Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   rees: Naxos Andros Arsinoē Tenos Thera Iulis

  Arsinoe 11   - a city near Apollonopolis, in Egypt
SelPap_2.207 rticularly careful about Arsinoe near Apollonopolis

  Arsinoe   - in documents
SelPap_1.55 maternal grandmother, Arsinoe daughter of Ptolemy,
SelPap_1.79 Demetrius son of Horion and Arsinoe, of the said c
SelPap_2.365 sinoe Philadelphus being Arsinoe daughter of Nicolaus,

Arsinoesee Apame3

Arsinoesee Berenice3

Arsinoesee Crocodilopolis


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