Pitholaus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Pitholaus   - an Egyptian landowner, 3rd century B.C.
210/16 ob_8, the notification of a robbery from the vineyard of Pitholaus.

  Pitholaus 2   - a Jewish soldier and rebel, 57-52 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.84 them, whose leaders were Pitholaus and Malichus; and they
Joseph:AJ_14.93 Now there was one Pitholaus, a lieutenant at Jerusalem,
Joseph:AJ_14.120 Jews captives; and slew Pitholaus, who succeeded Aristobu
Joseph:BJ_01.162 command of Malichus and Pitholaus, these joined themselve
Joseph:BJ_01.172 thousand, among whom was Pitholaus, who had been the lieut
Joseph:BJ_01.180 very. He also slew Pitholaus, who had supported the sediti

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