Philotera   - in ancient sources @

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  Philotera   - an Egyptian city on the coast of the Red Sea
269/5 ers, who found the cities of Philotera and Ptolemais in the country
    Within translations:
THI_258 (c. 264)   g Ptolemaeus { ArsinoŽ or Philotera }. A temple was

  Philotera 2   - the mother of Milon, 3rd century B.C.
Polyaen_8.52.1 murdering his own mother Philotera, pursued her with a dra

  Philotera 3   - daughter of Ptolemy I; sister of Ptolemy II
Wikipedia entry
AET_4.11.A   king's daughter, king's sister Philotera, prophet of [ Hathor

  Philotera   - in documents
OGIS_101 (205-181)   Hermias and his wife Philotera and their children
SelPap_2.279 and Dionysius's daughter Philotera were suing our cred

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