Isidorus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Thracian living in Egypt, 3rd century B.C.
ecording a loan of 34 drachmae of silver from Dionysius to Isidorus.
of Alexandria - victor in stadion race at the Olympic games, 193 A.D.
race 243rd [193 A.D.] - Isidorus [Artemidorus] of Alexand
of Charax - geographer, (?) late 1st century B.C.
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cording to the historian Isidorus of Charax, occupied the
of Pergamon - an orator
by Cassius, and also by Isidorus of Pergamon, the orator,
- in documents
her as guardian her son Isidorus son of Asclepiades,
ences of the oath. Isidorus, public scribe, has wri
through his advocate, Isidorus the younger, that
ome, at the court. Isidorus, advocate, said : Artemis
having been summoned, Isidorus said : His excell
and . . . son of Isidorus, village scribe, through P
Tituleius also called Isidorus and Tituleius, bot
lius Serenus also called Isidorus, ex-cosmetes, sena
iend, to inform Aurelius Isidorus, ex-chief priest, se
hite nome, from Aurelius Isidorus, Aurelius Asclepia
(155/4) the son of Demetrios Isidoros of Marathon, the so
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