Dorotheus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 216 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Dorotheus of Rhodes
race 141st [216 B.C.] - Dorotheus of Rhodes, stadion race
- the master of ceremonies for Ptolemy II, king of Egypt
the lord high steward, Dorotheus, who was the special
ordance with the injunction of Dorotheus. Among the attend
addition to this Dorotheus made the same preparations
Joseph:AJ_* 12.94-97 *
anor by name, called for Dorotheus, whose duty it was to
great plenty: besides, Dorotheus, at the king's command,
- an Athenian priest (or officer of the Erchian deme), 2nd century B.C.
in the theatre. Dorotheus the high priest, and the fell
of Leucas - a naval captain
master of Telmessus.  Dorotheus. When Dorotheus
of Ascalon or Sidon - a Greek grammarian
to heroes alone. Dorotheus of Sidon says that the rhyta
- in documents
Pap_2.273A, a petition from Dorotheus, a Jew living in Heracleopolis
slave-woman of Lucius; Dorotheus Tettienius, slav
(202/1) bsp; [Doro]theos son of Philippos : &
(263-236) . the son of Dorotheos ; spons
(163) enes Menandros Dorotheos Dionysios Sotadas Aphrodis
(272) ycharmos Phokians: Dorotheos, Peision Delphians:
(272-270) akleides Phokians: Dorotheos, Peision Boeotians:
(228/7-212/1) of Aphidna basileus: Dorotheos of Hippotomadai pol
(190) silaos of Chaleion Dorotheos of Kallipolis Arist
(after 188) xikleitos . . . Dorotheos son of Nikaios Nikokrates
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