Phanias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the subject of a speech by Lysias, 4th century B.C.
oration inscribed For Phanias accused of illegal Practi
- the father of Cleanthes, 3rd century B.C.
hes of Assus, the son of Phanias, who succeeded him in his
ative of Assos, and the son of Phanias. He was originally
- an Egyptian strategus, 2nd century B.C.
petition to the strategus Phanias from the royal peasants of Oxyrh
- an officer of king Antiochus, (?) 1st century B.C.
thus- "King Antiochus to Phanias: We have written to you
- a friend of Poseidonius
natural philosophy, as Phanias, the friend of Poseidoniu
- in documents
wine, and the blossom of Phanias' bean and the newly writt
ossession of their allotments. Phanias to Zenon greeting.
(175-150) ns in Laodikeia, and Phanias son of Kallias was sec
ether it is fitting that Phanias my son and his wife s
ysius, Tiberius Claudius Phanias, Pasion son of Pota
of Sosamenes &[ 53/2 ] Phanias son of Melas - by b
(304/3) gyrous, the son of Phanias, and the other presid
(c. 234) Arkadia], the son of Phanias ; Pythionikos of Herm
(270-250) arilaos Demetrians: Phanias son of Histiaios, the b
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