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  Philippus   I - king of Macedonia, 7th century B.C.
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Athen_12.531   of Philip, Theopompus, speaking of Philip, says - " And on
ChronSynt_90   years Argus for 38 years Philippus for 39 years Aeropus
Euseb]:Chron_227   31 years. The next king was Philippus, who reigned for
Euseb]:Chron_229   Argaeus - for 38 years Philippus - for 33 years Aeropus
Just_7.2   subjects, left his son Philippus his successor, who, bei

  Philippus 2   II - king of Macedonia, 359-336 B.C.
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  + Philip
308/5 Cleopatra, the daughter of Philippus, is killed at Sardis.
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[Longin]:Subl_16   proud of the war with Philip as of their victories at
[Longin]:Subl_18   Macedonian conquering Greece ? 'Is Philip dead ?' 'No, not dead
[Longin]:Subl_31   finds fault with it. " Philip," he says, "had a wonderful
[Longin]:Subl_32   cup of wine first to Philip and now to Alexander, men
1Macc_1   After Alexander son of Philip, the Macedonian, who came
1Macc_6   Alexander, the son of Philip, the Macedonian king who
Aelian:NA_8.1   ave Alexander the son of Philip a test of the strength of
Aelian:NA_9.7   age out of compliment to Philip who had lost an eye at the
Aelian:NA_16.3   Alexander, the son of Philip, in Bucephala* and the
Aelian:NA_16.39   Alexander, the son of Philip, there were in India two
Aelian:NA_17.25   Alexander, the son of Philip, and the army under his
AnthPal_7.169   when he sailed here to meet Philip's ships in battle.
AnthPal_7.238   ADDAEUS & { Ph 4 } & I, Philip, who first set the steps
AnthPal_9.288   res as a sign of the valour of Philip. Here stand I to ins
Apollod:Fr_38   he went to the court of Philippus, during the archonship
Arrian:Fr_1   of Alexander's father, Philippus, by a Thracian woman
Arrian:Fr_9   nane was the daughter of Philippus, the father of Alexande
Athen_4.155   of Alexander the son of Philippus once gave an entertainm
Athen_6.248   ibed as the flatterer of Philippus, the king of the Macedo
Athen_6.249   of his Histories, that Philippus appointed Thrasydaeus
Athen_6.259-261 *   of the Transactions of Philippus, says, "Agathocles was
Athen_6.275   istory of the Actions of Philip, there is no one of those
Athen_7.289   once, writing to Philippus the king, he began his letter
Athen_11.476   speech Against Demades says that Philip always pledged with a horn
Athen_11.506   he was very friendly to Philip and was the cause of
Athen_11.508   For this reason, when Philip succeeded to the throne,
Athen_12.526   istory of the Affairs of Philip, says that some of those
Athen_12.532   place against the mercenaries of Philip. " And these troops were
Athen_13.557   Phaedra. [5.] And Philippus the Macedonian did not take
Athen_13.560   by the cooperation of Philippus; for by his aid the The
Athen_13.578   different kings, says- "Philippus the Macedonian promoted
Athen_13.591   edaemonians, and that of Philippus the son of Amyntas; and
Athen_13.605   brought also to Philippus by his father, but was dismis
Athen_14.629   Alexander the brother of Philip, as Marsyas relates in the
Athen_14.650   book of his History of Philip, mentions them, and Diphil
Athen_14.657   book of his History of Philip, and in the eleventh book
Athen_15.698   lived in the time of Philippus; and he is the man
ChronSynt_90   Perdiccas for 6 years Philippus for 27 years Alexander
Cic:DeOr_2.341   Aristides, Agesilaus, Epaminondas, Philip, Alexander, and others,
Cic:DeOr_3.141   of that very sagacious monarch Philip, who sent for him as
Cic:Rep_3.15   ** [15]   But later Philip, who planned an attack on
Cic:Rep_4.13   tragic actor, as ambassador to Philip in regard to the most
Cic:Tusc_5.42   Lacedaemonians without this, when Philip threatened to prevent all
Demetr:Eloc_102   Corinth' addressed to Philip, and in many similar expre
Demetr:Eloc_241   the Lacedaemonians to Philip: `Dionysius at Corinth.'
Demetr:Eloc_247   against the intimates of Philip, enfeebled his invective
Demetr:Eloc_278   ponent. So here, Aeschines and Philip are respectively den
Demetr:Eloc_293   had only one eye, Philip would grow angry if anyone spoke
Euseb]:Chron_11   of Alexander the son of Philippus, and that he transcribe
Euseb]:Chron_69   exander the son of Philippus killed Dareius, and ruled ove
Euseb]:Chron_159   mother; for he was the son of Philippus and Philinna of
Euseb]:Chron_227   years. Perdiccas for 5 years. Philippus for 24 years. Ale
Euseb]:Chron_229   Perdiccas - for 6 years Philippus - for 27 years Alexande
Euseb]:Chron_233   after the extinction of Philippus' family, through his
Euseb]:Chron_241   ter Alexander the son of Philippus: Aridaeus, also called
ExcBarb_46A   exander the son of Philippus began to rule the Macedonians
FGrH_155.4   who was the daughter of Philippus, but by a different mot
FGrH_255.3-7 *   the school. In the second year Philippus ... [4] [In the
Hieron:Chron_1681   exander the son of Philippus [became king] of the Macedoni
Joseph:AJ_12.354   there by Alexander, the son of Philippus, king of Macedoni
Just_6.9   rose into notice; and Philippus, who had been kept thre
Just_7.4-6 *   lexander, Perdiccas, and Philippus, the father of Alexande
Just_8.1-5 *   common loss to all; for Philippus, king of Macedonia, loo
Just_9.1-8 *   [9.1] & & When Philippus had once come into Greece,
Just_11.1   1.1] & & In the army of Philippus there were various nati
Just_11.11   confessed to her husband Philippus, that "she had conceive
Just_11.2-5 *   ncement had been made by Philippus; but, as he was engaged
Just_12.1   had rejected peace from Philippus and Alexander, and had
Just_12.4-8 *   enerated from his father Philippus as to abjure the very
Just_13.1   stinguished men; 13 whom Philippus first, and afterwards
Just_13.2   unt, but on that of his father Philippus. But that Roxane
Just_13.6   names of Alexander and Philippus; 13 but it seemed more
Just_14.6   lustrious by the name of Philippus, who was her father, and
Just_15.4   man of eminence among Philippus' generals, seemed to hers
Just_16.1   been a follower of king Philippus, and of Alexander the Grea
Just_24.5   eir kings, Alexander and Philippus, as deities, to protect
Just_28.2   felt no dread of king Philippus, and who had spurned
Just_28.4   that, during the wars of Philippus and Alexander, had set
Just_30.3   subdued by his ancestors Philippus and Alexander, and brou
Just_37.3   thousand, and who had routed Philippus, king of Macedoni
Just_38.7   before him, Darius and Philippus, had ventured, not inde
Lucian:Macr_10   fell in battle against Philippus near the river Danube
Lucian:Macr_23   nians had been beaten by Philippus in the battle of Chaero
Malal_192   Macedonia, the son of Philippus, against the Assyrians
Nepos_11.3   mother of Perdiccas and Philippus, took refuge with Iphicrates
Nepos_13.3   the Hellespont had seceded, ** Philip of Macedon, who was even
Nepos_18.1   held for seven years.When Philip was assassinated, he held
Nepos_18.6   allow the bitter enemies of Philip's house and family to destroy
Nepos_18.13   from his twentieth year served Philip, as I said above, having
Nepos_19.1   sum of money from King Philip, the king's envoys urged him
Nepos_21.2   the glory of their deeds: Philip, son of Amyntas, and Alexander
OGIS_4   (317)   Philippos [son of Philippos and] Alexandros son of
Oros_2.17   liberty and became subjects of Philip, king of the Macedonians. 17
Oros_3.18   defended the reputation of Philip against Alexander, who was
Oros_3.11-16 *   events which took place under Philip. He was that Macedonian king
Oros_4.6   place in the time of Philip.
Philoch_44   renamed Philippi, after Philippus the king of the Macedon
Philoch_49   the Olynthians, attacked by Philippus, sent ambassadors
Philoch_156   lynthus fell into the hands of Philippus. [157] & DIDYMUS,
Philoch_157   scus was archon [344/3], Philippus sent proposals for peac
Philoch_161   concerning the {peace} with Philippus . . . and the ins
Philoch_162   use of other offences of Philippus towards the Athenians,
Philoch_53-56 *   Now the date at which Philippus called upon the Thebans
Phylarch_37   into exile because he hates Philippus. [38] & HARPOCRAT
Plin:HN_7.124   extracted an arrow from King Philip's eye, and having treated his
Plin:HN_33.50   lain with foreigners - king Philip sleeping with a gold goblet
Plin:HN_34.75   the Great and his father Philippus, Ctesilaus a Man with a
Plin:HN_34.78   an Alexander and a Philippus in four-horse chariots. Eutychides
Plin:HN_35.93   times he painted Alexander and Philip it would be superfluous to
Plin:HN_35.114   and an Alexander and a Philippus with Athena which are now
Plinius:Ep_9.26   one rises to power, as Philip has done, by avarice and
Plut:Agis_21   a little before the time of Philippus of Macedonia.
Plut:Arat_23   masters of since the times of Philippus. As to the gener
Plut:Cleom_31   serve the successors of Philippus and Alexander, why do
Plut:Demetr_10   left the descendants of Philippus and Alexander uninvaded
Plut:Demetr_22   they were at war with Philippus, happening to take his
Plut:Demetr_25   eneral of all Greece, as Philippus and Alexander had been
Plut:Demetr_42   een, how kind the behaviour of Philippus was on such occas
Plut:Eum_1   while he was but a lad, Philippus happening to be in Card
Plut:Eum_16   ans who had served under Philippus and Alexander, and like
Plut:Eum_18   best of Alexander's and Philippus' soldiers should be dep
Plut:Mor_174   AS. Ateas wrote to Philippus: You reign over the Macedonia
Plut:Mor_177-179 *   stus tells us that Philippus, the father of Alexander, was
Plut:Mor_187   the Athenians against Philippus, one of the assembly
Plut:Mor_188   forces to assist them against Philippus. Said Phocion,
Plut:Mor_192   ing Ephor, when he heard Philippus had given the Messenian
Plut:Mor_837-841 *   ty-two years old, and those to Philippus a little before
Plut:Mor_844-851 *   ctions, one in favour of Philippus, and the other standing
Plut:Phoc_9   henians to make war upon Philippus, the weather being hot,
Plut:Phoc_29   remember Alexander and Philippus with a regret which see
Plut:Phoc_12-17 *   their cities. [12] Philippus endeavoured by stealth to get
Polyaen_2.38.2   On this occasion, Philippus the king of Macedonia is said
Polyaen_4.2.1   the title of Mimallones. [2] Philippus. The stratagems
Polyaen_8.40.1   nes fought against Philippus at Chaeronea, and when Philip
Polyaen_8.60.1   the daughter of Philippus, was famous for her military
Porph:Fr_41   -4] [Alexander] was the son of Philippus. He defeated the
PsCallisth_1.4   iew him and summoned him while Philip happened to be away
PsCallisth_1.35-39 *   of Ammon, child of King Philip, himself the greatest king
PsCallisth_1.7-27 *   what am I going to do if Philip on his return finds me pre
PsCallisth_2.2   greatly when your father Philip was alive and, when he die
PsCallisth_2.5   er: "I Alexander, son of Philip and my mother Olympias,
PsCallisth_2.7   Macedonia to his father Philip to demand the tribute-mone
PsCallisth_2.15   dor is Alexander, son of Philip, himself." When Alexander
PsCallisth_2.20   their children may rejoice, & Philip for you, Darius for
PsCallisth_3.32   had made it clear that he was Philip's son. So he got Pto
PsCallisth_3.33   present Arridaeus, the son of Philip. If Roxane bears a
StephByz_70   named from Alexander son of Philippus. Jason, who wrote
Syll_322   odikos Alexandros son of Philippos 300 Andron son of K
Syll_332   (306-297)   her in the reign of Philippos, on the same terms of
THI_166.B   Philip,   1
ValMax_1.8e.9   [8e.9]   Philip king of Macedonia, because he
ValMax_6.2e.1   was unjustly condemned by king Philip while he was drunk, she
ValMax_6.4e.4   demonstrated to Alexander's father the miserable condition
ValMax_7.2e.10   applauded was the letter of Philip, in which he chides Alexander,
ValMax_8.14e.4   Pausanias promptly went and slew Philip. And indeed he got what
ValMax_9.5e.1   For, despising his father Philip, he acknowledged none but

  Philippus 4   IV - king of Macedonia for a brief period in 297 B.C.
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297/16 The Athenians send Demochares as an envoy to Philippus.
297/17 Death of Philippus, son of Cassander.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_231   succeeded by his sons, Philippus and Alexander and Antip
Euseb]:Chron_241   19 years. After him, his son Philippus [ruled] for 4 mon
Euseb]:Chron_245   Cassander - for 19 years Philippus - for 4 months Antigonu
FGrH_257a.1   was succeeded by Philippus, the eldest of his sons, who
Just_15.4   Lysimachus. Cassander dying, Philippus, his son, succeeded
Just_16.1   ession, of Cassander and Philippus, queen Thessalonice, the
Oros_3.23.30   After the death of Cassander, Philip succeeded to the throne. New
Plut:Demetr_36   assander, his eldest son Philippus had but a short reign

  Philippus 5   V - king of Macedonia, 221-179 B.C.
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  + Philip
238/15 The birth of Philippus, the son of Demetrius and Phthia.
229/2 remark at a banquet about the young Philippus, son of Demetrius.
229/3 trius II, who leaves Antigonus as the guardian of his son Philippus.
222/31 Antigonus sends his ward Philippus to visit the Peloponnese.
221/33 The death of Antigonus Doson, who is succeeded by Philippus V.
220/22 ors to seek aid from their allies, including Philippus of Macedonia.
220/36 Philippus and his allies meet near Corinth and declare war on the Aet
220/41 alliance between Philippus and Scerdilaidas.
220/44 Philippus sends aid to the Polyrrhenians, who are fighting against
220/45a Inscr_30 & 31, letters from Philippus to Olympichus and Mylasa, abou
219/24 Philippus begins the siege of Ambracus.
219/31 Philippus captures Ambracus.
219/32 Philippus invades Aetolia.
219/40 Philippus defeats Euripidas and the Eleans near Stymphalus.
218/3 Philippus captures Psophis, an Elean stronghold.
218/4 Philippus invades Elis.
218/5 Philippus protects the Achaeans from maltreatment by Apelles.
218/6 Philippus subdues Triphylia.
218/17 Philippus invades Elis again.
218/19 Philippus and Aratus are reconciled at the assembly of the Achaean
218/24 Philippus attacks Cephallenia.
218/39 Philippus sails to Limnaea.
218/40 Philippus sacks Thermus, an Aetolian city.
218/47 Philippus invades Laconia.
218/49 Philippus puts Leontius and Apelles to death on suspicion of treason.
217/24 unsuccessful attack by Philippus on Melitaea.
217/25 Philippus captures Thebae in Phthiotis.
217/37 Syll_543'1-22, a letter from Philippus to Larissa and a subsequent
217/38a 573, a dedication at Delos by Philippus of spoils from the land war.
217/39 between the Aetolians and Philippus and his allies; the end of the
217/46 Philippus invades Illyria.
216/29 abortive naval expedition by Philippus against Illyria.
215/22 alliance is agreed between Hannibal and Philippus of Macedonia.
215/31 The senate debates the alliance between Hannibal and Philippus.
214/11 43'23-49, a second letter of Philippus to Larissa, and the subsequent
214/12 Aratus persuades Philippus to spare Messene.
213/12 Philippus ravages Messenia.
213/20 Philippus captures Lissus.
210/13 Philippus makes a dedication to the temple of Athena at Lindus, after
209/4 Philippus visits Argos and attends the Nemean Games.
209/9 Philippus invades Elis.
209/11 Philippus is forced to return to Macedonia after receiving news of
208/7 Philippus marches on Heracleia.
208/15a Syll_552, a letter from king Philippus to Abae in Phocis.
207/5 Philippus destroys the sanctuary at Thermus in Aetolia, and then atte
206/12 The Aetolians make peace with Philippus.
205/8 Philippus marches to Apollonia to face a Roman force led by Semproniu
205/19 enice between the Romans and Philippus; end of the First Macedonian
204/22 alleged plot by Philippus to murder Philopoemen.
204/24 and Rhodes, allegedly caused by Heracleides, an agent of Philippus.
203/29 ain to the Roman senate that Philippus has broken the terms of the
202/6 pact" between Antiochus and Philippus: an informal agreement to seiz
202/9 Philippus captures Cius and Thasos.
202/14 from the Aetolians attempts to gain Roman support against Philippus.
201/4 Embassies from Philippus and the Carthaginians appear before the sena
201/6 Philippus invades Attica.
201/15 Philippus attacks Pergamon.
201/20 ttalus and Rhodes bring charges against Philippus before the senate.
201/21 Philippus attacks the Rhodian Peraea and captures Prinassus.
201/21c Syll_572, a letter from Philippus to the island of Nisyros.
200/1 a motion to declare war on Philippus, but it is rejected by a popul
200/2 Philippus escapes from his enemies after being trapped at Bargylia.
200/2b SEG_12.399, a letter from Philippus to Athenian cleruchs on the isla
200/8 Athens declares war on Philippus.
200/9 Roman people declare war on Philippus; the start of the Second Maced
200/15 Philippus captures Abydus.
200/22 Philippus invades Attica.
200/2a ees of Panamara and Euromos in honour of Philippus and his officers.
199/1 decides to remain neutral in the forthcoming war against Philippus.
199/11 Skirmishes between Philippus and the Roman army near Athacus.
198/1 Philippus takes steps to ensure the loyalty of his allies and subject
198/3 Philippus takes up a strong position by the river Aous.
198/6 peace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus by the river
198/7 The Romans attack Philippus and force him to retreat from the river
198/14 to abandon its alliance with Philippus and to support the Romans.
198/17 Peace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus at Nicaea.
198/17a a decree of Panamara in Caria, honouring an officer of Philippus.
198/24 enter office; the envoys of Philippus are dismissed by the senate
197/1a Philippus allows Nabis to take possession of Argos.
197/10a SEG_38.603, an alliance between Philippus and Lysimacheia.
197/17 Flamininus defeats Philippus at the battle of Cynoscephalae.
197/18 The Achaeans defeats Philippus's general Androsthenes near Corinth.
197/19 The Rhodians defeat Philippus's general Dinocrates near Alabanda.
197/23 inus agrees peace terms with Philippus; the end of the Second Macedon
197/31 consuls enter office and the Romans ratify the peace with Philippus.
196/5 Ten Roman commissioners revise the peace terms with Philippus.
194/18 nus celebrates a triumph for his victories over Philippus and Nabis.
191/7 Philippus and the Romans capture numerous towns in Thessaly.
191/29 The Romans release Demetrius the son of Philippus V.
190/7 advances to the Hellespont, with the active assistance of Philippus.
187/2 urstein_72, an ordinance of Philippus concerning the property of the
186/1 Inscr_58, a ruling of Philippus about the property of Sarapis at The
185/1 complain to the senate about Philippus's seizure of extra territory.
185/2 commissioners at Tempe order Philippus to withdraw his garrisons from
185/2 his garrisons from Thessaly; Philippus begins to plan for another war
185/4 go to Thessalonice to learn about Philippus's activities in Thrace.
185/13 After hearing embassies from Philippus and Eumenes, the Achaeans and
184/4 Philippus massacres his opponents at Maroneia.
184/18 Demetrius defends his father Philippus before the senate.
183/23 from Eumenes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from Rhodes, Sparta and
183/31 Philippus sends colonists from central Macedonia to Emathia.
182/20 Ariarathes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from the Spartans and Ach
181/6 Philippus leads an expedition to the top of Mt.Haemus.
180/1a Inscr_59, a letter of king Philippus about a grant of land at Greia.
180/6 Philippus has Demetrius put to death, on a charge of treason.
179/6 Philippus procures the murder of two Athenians, Eurycleides and Micon
179/8 Philippus dedicates to Heracles a bull which he killed while hunting.
179/9 Philippus produces a much shorter version of Theopompus' history, by
179/10 remarks on the character of Philippus V, his aggressive behaviour
179/11 The death of Philippus, and accession of Perseus.

  Philippus 6   - a jester, 5th century B.C.
Athen_14.614 ons jesters; introducing Philippus, of whom he speaks in

  Philippus 7   - father of Antigonus, 4th century B.C.
Just_13.4   rygia to Antigonus, the son of Philippus. 15 Nearchus receive
Lucian:Macr_11   ntigonus One-eye, son of Philippus, and king of Macedonia
Oros_3.23   to Antigonus, the son of Philippus. 9 Nearchus was given Lycia
Plut:Demetr_2   the other after his father, Philippus. So most historia
Vit:Arat_3   fter whom Antigonus the son of Philippus became their king

  Philippus 8   - brother of Lysimachus
Wikipedia entry
Just_15.3 se. 12 His brother Philippus, having previously attempted to

  Philippus 9   - Macedonian satrap of Sogdiana and Parthia
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Arrian:Fr_9   the Caspian gates ; to Philippus Parthia; 36 to Strasand
ExcBarb_34A   ania for the [? younger] Philippus to rule over He gave
Just_13.4   Staganor the Sogdians, Philippus the Parthians, Phrataph
Oros_3.23   Stacanor, the Parthians; Philippus, the Hyrcanians; Phrataphernes,
PsCallisth_3.33   and the Susian lands to Philippus, and the Parthian and the

  Philippus 10   - brother of Cassander
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313/3 Philippus the brother of Cassander defeats and kills Aeacides, the
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_235 of Cassander and the son of Philippus. But he too was
Just_12.14 who, with his brothers Philippus and Iollas, was accusto

  Philippus 11   - son of Antigonus
306/20 The funeral of Philippus, son of Antigonus.
    Within translations:
Plut:Demetr_2 dered as his son. Philippus, who was not many years young
Plut:Demetr_23 expeditions his brother Philippus took up his quarters
Plut:Mor_182 good-will. & To Philippus his son, who asked him in the

  Philippus 12   - son of Lysimachus and Arsinoe
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Just_24.3 sixteen years old, and Philippus three years younger, both

  Philippus 13   of Aexone - the father of Callistomacha, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Mor_843 tomacha, the daughter of Philippus of Aexone, had a daught

  Philippus 14   of Theangela - Greek historian, 4th century B.C.
Athen_6.271 loved Democritus. Philippus of Theangela, in his treatise

  Philippus 15   - a writer of Middle Comedy
Apollod:Fr_75 ophanes] had three sons: Philippus, who performed in the
Athen_13.568 of Eubulus, and not of Philippus):- & For he who secretl

  Philippus 16   - Athenian archon, 292 B.C.
292/_ Athenian archon: Philippus
    Within translations:
DionHal:Din_2 naxicrates until that of Philippus, a period of fifteen
DionHal:Din_4 Anaxicrates to that of Philippus we might similarly plac
DionHal:Din_9 Olympiodorus . . . Philippus & {292/1 B.C.} ; king Demetri
Philoch_167 as, Nicostratus, Olympiodorus, Philippus. It was during

  Philippus 17   - a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
DiogLaert_7.193 Phrases, addressed to Philippus; one on the Elements

  Philippus 18   (Q. Marcius Philippus) - Roman consul, 281 B.C.
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  + Marcius
281/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius Q.f. Barbula, Q. Marcius Q.f. Philippus
280/2 The triumph of Marcius, over the Etruscans.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p52 Barbula , Q. Marcius Q.f. Q.n. Philippus [280] & P. Valeri
FastCap_p54 censors: Q. Marcius Q.f. Q.n. Philippus , L. Aemilius Q.f
FastTr_p98 Mar]cius Q.f. Q.n. Philippus, [consul,] & over the Etrusca

  Philippus 19   (Q. Marcius Philippus) - Roman consul, 186 B.C.
  + Marcius
186/_ Consuls: Sp. Postumius L.f. Albinus, Q. Marcius L.f. Philippus
186/7 The Ligurians ambush and defeat Marcius.
172/15 Q.Marcius Philippus persuades Perseus not to start fighting until he
171/5 Philippus reports back to the senate on his mission to Greece.
169/_ Consuls: Q. Marcius L.f. Philippus (II), Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
169/6 Philippus crosses to Greece and takes command of the army in Thessaly
169/15 Philippus penetrates into Macedonia.
169/20 Philippus advances to Dium.
169/35a Syll_649, a statue of Philippus at Olympia.
164/16 The censor Q.Philippus sets up a sun-dial, and a statue of Concordia.
163/13 The censors, Paullus and Philippus, complete the census.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_78   nnius, in the consulship of Q. Marcius and Cn. Servilius
FastCap_p64   Albinus , Q. Marcius L.f. Q.n. Philippus [185] & Ap. Claud
FastCap_p66   [169] & Q. Marcius L.f. Q.n. Philippus II , Cn. Serviliu
Oros_4.20   that battle. 2 The consul Marcius 186 B.C. set out against
Plin:HN_7.214   99 years, till Quintus Marcius Philippus who was censor with Lucius
Plin:HN_33.138   of Spurius Postumius and Quintus Marcius {186 BC} so abundant was
ValMax_6.3.7   Albinus and Q. Marcius Philippus, the consuls, to enquire

  Philippus 20   - regent of Antiochus V
163/29 Antiochus captures and kills the usurper Philippus.
    Within translations:
1Macc_6 14 Then he called for Philippus, one of his friends,
2Macc_9 strange land. 29 And Philippus, one of his courtiers,
2Macc_13 ted; 23 he got word that Philippus, who had been left in
Joseph:AJ_12.360 fore he died, called for Philippus, who was one of his com
Joseph:AJ_12.379 king, were informed that Philippus was coming upon them
Joseph:AJ_12.380 about the business of Philippus; and to intimate to the
Joseph:AJ_12.386 ing Antiochus found that Philippus had already possessed

  Philippus 21   - son of Perseus
163/33 Death of Philippus, son of Perseus.
    Within translations:
Just_33.2 two sons Alexander and Philippus, and brought him to the

  Philippus 22   - father of Sosipater, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.249 Sosipater, the son of Philippus, worthy and good men,

  Philippus 23   I - king of Syria, 95-83 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
95/5 Cyzicenus; in the king-lists Philippus is called the successor of Cyz
95/9 is succeeded by his brothers Antiochus Epiphanes and Philippus.
88/48 Philippus defeats Demetrius, who goes into exile in Parthia.
    Within translations:
ChronSynt_92 Cyzicenus for 19 years Philippus for 1 year The kingdom
Euseb]:Chron_261 brothers Antiochus and Philippus who were called the Did
Euseb]:Chron_263 Cyzicenus - for 17 years Philippus the son of Grypus, with
ExcBarb_46B Cyzicenus for 18 years Philippus for 2 [years] Philippus
Hieron:Chron_1923 171.3 * . [1923] Philippus [became king] of Syria, for
Hieron:Chron_1924 urrendered to Pompeius. Later, Philippus was captured by
Joseph:AJ_13.369 him, his brother Philippus put on the diadem, and reigne
Joseph:AJ_13.371 ell, while Demetrius and Philippus governed Syria, as hath
Joseph:AJ_13.384 and besieged his brother Philippus, having with him ten
Joseph:AJ_13.386 by sickness. So Philippus, presently after the fight

  Philippus 24   II - king of of a small part of Syria, 66-63 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
66/4 Philippus, relying on support from Azizus the Arab, sets himself
66/4a ch, where he negotiates with Philippus and pays for the restoration
63/80 killed by the Arabs but Philippus, another Seleucid prince, esca
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_440 ame to Antioch, he found Philippus acting as king, and kil
Diod_40.1a decided to bring back Philippus, who was the son of Phi
Diod_40.1b attempted to assassinate Philippus; but Philippus became
Malal_225 ntioch in Syria to force Philippus Barypus, the Macedonian

  Philippus 25   (L. Marcius Philippus) - Roman consul, 91 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
104/20 L.Philippus, as tribune, proposes a controversial agrarian law.
94/4 L.Philippus is beaten by M.Herennius in the election for next year's
91/_ Consuls: L. Marcius Q.f. Philippus, Sex. Julius C.f. Caesar
91/2 Caepio unsuccessfully prosecutes Scaurus and (?) Philippus.
91/12 of Drusus are passed, after Philippus has been restrained by violenc
91/20 ortly before his death, strongly criticises Philippus in the senate.
91/22 on the advice of the consul Philippus, declares the laws of Drusus
86/51 The censors Philippus and Perperna review the senate.
85/20 Milesius, the governor of Damascus, repels an attack by Philippus.
83/11 Cethegus, Philippus and other senators join Sulla.
82/20 L.Philippus wins over Sardinia for Sulla.
77/1 declared a public enemy, after a speech in the senate by Philippus.
77/31 the war against Sertorius; L.Philippus says he is being sent "inste
75/44 L.Philippus claims that the Romans have a legal right to rule Egypt.
75/45 Philippus persuades the senate to reimpose taxes on states which had
75/46 Philippus tries to improve the lifestyle of Vulteius Mena.
75/47 Philippus achieves political success at Rome without trying to buy
75/48 The dissolute youth of Gellius, the stepson of Philippus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_166   the better of L. Philippus, a man of the first rank and
Cic:Brut_173   Antonius) came L. Philippus,- not indeed till a considera
Cic:Brut_186   given the preference to Philippus, though otherwise a smo
Cic:Brut_207   ese, commonly applied to Philippus, or Caesar; but when Cotta
Cic:Brut_230   vocate with Antonius and Philippus (at that time in the
Cic:Brut_301   Antonius, and afterwards Philippus and Julius, were in the
Cic:Brut_304   yet tolerable ones, and Philippus, who spoke eloquently
Cic:Brut_308   ntly,- Carbo very seldom,- and Philippus only once or twic
Cic:Brut_326   ften seen it received by Philippus with the utmost derisio
Cic:DeOr_1.24   then, when the consul Philippus was vehemently inveighing against
Cic:DeOr_2.220   art, when, being asked by Philippus why he barked so, he
Cic:DeOr_2.245   'May I question him?' says Philippus. The judge who presided, **
Cic:DeOr_2.249   said Scipio with severity; but Philippus, with some humour, to one
Cic:DeOr_2.255   provocation, as by Catulus upon Philippus. ** [256] But as there
Cic:DeOr_2.316   and erudition, I mean Philippus, who generally rises to
Cic:DeOr_3.2   assembly of the people by Philippus, who, it was agreed, had
Diod_37.2   time when Lucius Marcius Philippus and Sextus Julius were
FastCap_p74   [91] & L. Marcius Q.f. Q.n. Philippus , Sex. Julius C.f
GranLic_33   not cremated, but [33] L.Philippus stated that it was bett
Oros_5.18   Julius Caesar and L. Marcius Philippus 91 B.C. all Italy was
Plin:HN_33.55   of Sextus Julius and Lucius Marcius {91 BC} that is to
Sall:Hist_1.67   7M] & & [ The speech of Philippus in the senate: ] &  
ValMax_6.2.2   in the senate. But L. Philippus the consul did not forbear
ValMax_8.13.4   whom as censor with L. Philippus he had chosen; so that
ValMax_9.5.2   who went so far, because Philippus the consul interrupted him during

  Philippus 26   (L. Marcius Philippus) - Roman consul, 56 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
61/5 The senate appoints Marcius Philippus to be governor of Syria.
59/2 entulus Marcellinus succeeds Marcius Philippus as governor of Syria.
57/41 Gabinius prevents Philippus from going to Egypt; regarded by some as
56/_ Cn. Cornelius P.f. Lentulus Marcellinus, L. Marcius L.f. Philippus
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_12.4 candalous, than the conduct of Philippus and Piso as our
FastCap_p76 Marcius L.f. Q.n. Philippus [ Years 55 - 50 are missing]
NicDam_* 127.5-7 * and her husband Lucius Philippus, who was a descendant
NicDam_128.28 the house of Caesar or Philippus or Marcellus, his siste
NicDam_128.34 lodged near the house of Philippus and his mother, and pas
NicDam_130.53 53] His stepfather Philippus sent him a letter asking him
NicDam_130.54 etween the view of her husband Philippus and that of her
NicDam_130.126 what he should do. Philippus and Atia his mother came also

  Philippus 27   (Q. Marcius Philippus) - Roman propraetor in Cilicia, 47-46 B.C.
46/17 Cic:Fam_13.74, a letter from Cicero to Q.Philippus.
46/51 Cic:Fam_13.73, a letter from Cicero to Q.Philippus.

  Philippus 28   - a freedman of Pompeius
48/60 Philippus and Cordus cremate the body of Pompeius on the sea-shore.

  Philippus 29   - son of Herodes; tetrarch of northern Palestine
Wikipedia entry
Hieron:Chron_2021   Herodes, Antipater, Lysias and Philippus, became tetrarchs
Hieron:Chron_2041   041] [2039 in Ar.] Philippus the tetrarch constructed many
Joseph:BJ_1.562   Jerusalem, he had Herod and Philip ; by Pallas, Phasael. [563]
Joseph:BJ_1.602   injure his brothers, Archelaus and Philip. These sons of the king,
Joseph:BJ_1.646   his eldest sons, Archelaus and Philip, who had also been the
Joseph:BJ_1.668   codicils : under these Philip inherited Trachonitis and the
NicDam_136   appointed the other brothers, Philippus and Antipas, to

  Philippus 30   Arabs (M. Julius Philippus) - Roman emperor, 244-249 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
  + Philippi
ExcBarb_48A   ordianus for 6 years - cons. 2 Philippus for 6 years - con
Festus:Brev_22   lled by the treachery of Philippus, who was his praetorian
Oros_7.20   year of the City, Philip, the twenty-fourth emperor in
Oros_7.21   the murder of the two Philips seized the supreme power as
Oros_7.28   emperor with the exception of Philip, whose Christian reign of a
SelPap_1.49   past 6th year {of the Philippi} and including the
SelPap_1.50   perors and Caesars Marci Julii Philippi Pii Felices Au
SelPap_1.63   year of the Marci Julii Philippi Caesars and lords Au
SelPap_2.291   perors and Caesars Marci Julii Philippi Pii Felices Au
SelPap_2.341   Felix and Marcus Julius Philippus the most noble and
SelPap_2.355   Felix and Marcus Julius Philippus the most noble and

  Philippus 31   - father of Nicoteles, 3rd century B.C.
Callim:Epigr_21 twelve-year son : here Philippus laid his great hope -
Callim:Epigr_47 no fool ! The Muses, O Philippus, reduce the swollen wou

  Philippus 32   (L. Marcius Philippus) - suffect consul, 38 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
33/3 The triumph of L.Marcius Philippus, from Spain.

  Philippus 33   of Calymna - honoured by the people of Delphi, late 3rd century B.C.
203/9 of Delphi in honour of Philiscus of Cos and Philippus of Calymna.

  Philippus 34   of Acarnania - the doctor of Alexander the Great
Wikipedia entry
  + Philip
Just_11.8   his physicians, named Philippus, was the only person
PsCallisth_2.8   in them all. Now Philip, the favourite physician of Alex
PsCallisth_3.17   nds Parmenion, Craterus, Philip, Iollas, Machetes, Thrasyl
PsCallisth_3.31   es, Ptolemy, Lysimachus, Philip the doctor, Nearchus the
ValMax_3.8e.6   him by the hands of Philippus, his friend and companion. At

  Philippus 35   - Greek poet, 1st century A.D.
Wikipedia entry
  + Philip
Philip_4.2 uction to the "Garland of Philip". Plucking for
Philip_6.240 Hyperboreans. For Philippus will offer over your altars

  Philippus 36   II - son of the Roman emperor Philippus
Wikipedia entry
SelPap_1.63 and Caesar Marcus Julius Philippus Pius and of Marcus
SelPap_2.341 ror Caesar Marcus Julius Philippus Pius Felix and Ma
SelPap_2.355 ror Caesar Marcus Julius Philippus Pius Felix and Ma

  Philippus 37   (Flavius Philippus) - Roman consul, 348 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
SelPap_1.56 consulship of Flavius Philippus the most illustr

  Philippus   - in documents
192/6c THI_99.G, recording honours granted by Delos to Philippus of Cos.
    Within translations:
Anyte_7.232 dian land holds Amyntor, Philippus's son, whose hands were oft
CIL_1.2693 slave of Gaius Mescinius Philippus, slave of Lucius Ca
CIL_1.552 as. [b] Little Pan. [c] Vifius Philippus engraved t
CIL_1.688 Gaius Aulus Pactumeius Philippus, freedman of Aulus
OGIS_253 (166)   es, by [the city and] Philippos, [who] on accoun
OGIS_59 (163)   ... Eupolemos Philippos Apollonios Hermokrates Damo
RC_5 Kleomedes son of Kreson Philippos son of Sosistratos
RC_75 Aristomenes] the son of Philippus) he came forward and
SEG_60.586 (221)   sp; Proxenos son of Philippos dedicated this to Pyt
SEG_63.1270 (281)   y of Termessos: since Philippos of Macedonia, the
SelPap_2.351 To Philippus son of Aphrodisius
Syll_322 Kriton Myonides son of Philippos Menandros son of Th
Syll_334 (306/5)   ple that was proposed by Philippos of Acharnai. [E]
Syll_436 (254/3 or 250/49)   ians: Phăeinos, [Philippos] Since Hereas has s
Syll_576 (start of 2nd cent.)   ce Alexandros son of Philippos, who is a descen
Syll_705 (112)   lykrates son of . . ., and Philippos son of Herodes
THI_115 (230-225)   mnemones were: Aetolians]: Philippos of Lamia, Sima
THI_127 (c. 210)   Cherondas son of Nikidas, Philippos . . . * * * &ra
THI_151 (145-137)   eos son of Bion Philippos son of Lysimachos Timokra
THI_34 (189-167)   ended party; and when Philippos son of Diophantes
THI_43 (202/1)   p; [Doro]theos son of Philippos :   100 drachm
THI_54 (142/1)   s, Apollonides son of Philippos consecrated his sla
THI_63 (193)   los and the statue of Philippos the doctor" another
THI_64 (263-236)   a       Philippos of Macedonia the
THI_99.G (c. 195)   te: c. 195 B.C. Philippos of Kos In addition to the

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