Ptolemaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- nephew of Antigonus, late 4th century B.C.
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Ptolemaeus, the general of Antigonus, advances as far as Ionia.
Ptolemaeus, the general of Antigonus, escapes from an ambush and capt
Ptolemaeus the general of Antigonus arrives with a fleet in Boeotia,
Ptolemaeus captures Chalcis and Oropus, and forces the Athenians
Ptolemaeus, a general in the Peloponnese, defects from Antigonus.
Ptolemaeus the nephew of Antigonus joins Ptolemaeus at Cos, but is
brother of Peucestes, Ptolemaeus the son of Ptolemaeus,
ceived Antigonus' nephew Ptolemaeus, the general of the
ntigonus sent his nephew Ptolemaeus into the fort as a hos
- son of Agesarchus; a notorious epicure
ig-bellied. And Ptolemaeus, the son of Agesarchus, a
nthusiast, says-- & I speak to Ptolemaeus, roasting slices
Hebeteria. And Ptolemaeus, the son of Agesarchus, spea
royal nut." [40.] But Ptolemaeus the son of Agesarchus,
- son of Lysimachus
between Ptolemaeus Ceraunus and Ptolemaeus the son of Lysimachus.
55, a decree of Telmessus in honour of Ptolemaeus son of Lysimachus.
(240) of Telmessos: since Ptolemaios son of Lysimachos,
- son of Pyrrhus
Birth of Pyrrhus' son, Ptolemaeus.
yrrhus while he is withdrawing to Argos and kill his son Ptolemaeus.
aving left his son Ptolemaeus, therefore, who was but fift
eated, a second time, by Ptolemaeus the son of Pyrrhus,
- adopted son of Ptolemaeus Philadelphus
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Ptolemaeus "the Son" and Timarchus the tyrant of Miletus lead a rebel
Ptolemaeus "the Son" is killed by Thracian mercenaries.
tells us. And Ptolemaeus the son of Ptolemaeus Philad
- son of Chrysermus; a friend of Cleomenes III
more miserable. Ptolemaeus, the son of Chrysermus, who
or assist him. Ptolemaeus, the son of Chrysermus, happ
- governor of Alexandria; killed by Cleomenes III
tched him. Another Ptolemaeus, who was governor of the cit
son of Thraseas - Seleucid governor in Coele Syria under Antiochus III
_29.1613'C-D, a letter from Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas, to Antiochu
_29.1613'E_G, a letter from Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas, to Antiochu
OGIS_230, a dedication at Soli by Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas.
chus.  "King Antiochus to Ptolemaeus, sendeth greetin
(c. 202-195) A] King Antiochos to Ptolemaios, greetings .
Macron - son of Dorymenes; Syrian general, 2nd century B.C.
this Lysias chose Ptolemaeus, the son of Dorymenes, and
- independent ruler of Commagene, 2nd century B.C.
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Commagene becomes independent, under the leadership of Ptolemaeus.
- son of Glaucias; an Egyptian recluse, 2nd century B.C.
petition to the strategus Dionysius from Ptolemaeus son of Glaucias.
UPZ_1.10, a petition from Ptolemaeus complaining about intrusion on
UPZ_1.14, a petition of Ptolemaeus on behalf of his brother Apolloni
SelPap_1.100, a letter from Apollonius to his brother Ptolemaeus
Pindarion - a Greek grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
Apollodorus of Athens and Ptolemaeus "Pindarion" are pupils of Ari
Epithetes - a Greek grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
ral comments on the career of the grammarian Ptolemaeus "Epithetes".
- son-in-law of the Jewish leader Simon
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Hyrcanus besieges Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemaeus kills the mother of Hyrcanus and escapes to Philadelphia.
achery of his son-in-law Ptolemaeus, who caught also his
by that only;  for Ptolemaeus brought them upon the
venth day;  so that Ptolemaeus being for this cause
Joseph:BJ_* 01.54-60 *
feast by his son-in-law Ptolemaeus, who put his wife and
- Egyptian official (? strategus), late 2nd century B.C.
Teb_30'10-21, a letter from Ptolemaeus and Hestiaeus to Apollonius.
PTeb_13, a letter from Menches to Ptolemaeus (? the strategus).
PTeb_107, a lease of land from Ptolemaeus to Menches.
"the Black" - Epicurean philosopher, early 1st century B.C.
Ptolemaei of Alexandria, Ptolemaeus the Black, and Ptolema
"the Fair" - Epicurean philosopher, early 1st century B.C.
ria, Ptolemaeus the Black, and Ptolemaeus the Fair. And
- son of Mennaeus; ruler of the Ituraeans, 1st century B.C.
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but his brothers are protected by Ptolemaeus the son of Mennaeus.
son of the hatred they bare to Ptolemaeus Mennaeus. He als
army to Damascus against Ptolemaeus, who was called Mennae
isance of the country of Ptolemaeus Mennaeus, a wicked man
Antioch.  But Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, who
[12.] &  Now Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, brough
emselves of Syria. Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, also
out of their hatred to Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus,
cus, under pretence that Ptolemaeus was always oppressing
the Romans. But Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, who
ther on her account; for Ptolemaeus himself, after he had
his descent; but it was Ptolemaeus, the kinsman of Antigo
the death of his father Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus,
- (?) son of Soaemus; ruler of territory around Mount Lebanon, 1st century B.C.
cus the ruler, and Ptolemaeus his son, and Tholomaeus the
inhabitants of Libanus, Ptolemaeus, and Jamblicus, and
- a friend and general of Herodes
friends, Sappinus and Ptolemaeus, met with him; 
when the king had set Ptolemaeus over these parts of
not succeed well with Ptolemaeus, but those that had
received by his friends, Ptolemaeus and Sappinius; and alt
any sedition, and made Ptolemaeus their general, and ret
fell unexpectedly upon Ptolemaeus, the general of his
of Ascalon - Greek grammarian, 1st century B.C.
llonius, Herodianus, and Ptolemaeus of Ascalon wrote comme
son of Dionysios - Egyptian official, 1st century B.C.
IS_184, an obeisance to Isis performed by the strategus Ptolemaeus.
"Andromachou" - an illegitimate son of Ptolemaeus II
Ptolemaeus "Andromachou" is killed in Ephesus by Thracian mercenaries
ος [Ptolemaeus] ικλη
Eupator - son of Ptolemaeus VI; died in 152 B.C.
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+ Eupator , Ptolemy
your father and mother, Ptolemy, & defile their hair in
(152-145) haneis and of the god Eupator and of the gods Philo
(115) neis, and of the god Eupator, and of the gods [Phil
son of Sosibius - Egyptian courtier, late 3rd century B.C.
Ptolemy V, despite the opposition of Ptolemaeus son of Sosibius.
- in documents
lexandrians and Moschus, Ptolemaeus' son, has won glory
(186-180) cted by his brother Ptolemaios son of Apollonios,
(c. 143/2) os Asklepiades son of Ptolemaios Xeiniades son of I
(95) e seventh year, with Ptolemaios son of Ptolemaios a
(? 44) I, Ptolemaios son of Dionysios, the
(c. 269-246) teus deme, the son of Ptolemaios, who is hipparch
(163) heos Philokles Ptolemaios Mousaios Tychamenes Pankr
(276/5) us tribe, the son of Ptolemaios, who has acted as
(c. 205-145) and queen Kleopatra, Ptolemaios son of Epikydes,
(186-181) s statue of Ptolemaios, the chief bodyguard
something for him, and Ptolemaios has asked him to visit
the gods would know; but Ptolemaios says that he will be
children. I salute Ptolemaeus and Ptolemais and her ch
tions to Heracleides and Isis. Ptolemaeus salutes you
in this manner, I will send Ptolemaeus and take him
ughter of Onnophris, and Ptolemaeus son of Pausirion
and Dionysia and his son Ptolemaeus, whose mother is T
(13) as, and from Apollonius son of Ptolemaeus. Thermion
(05) inor, Achilleus son of Ptolemaeus, in the area of A
of Artemidorus son of Ptolemaeus, of the Second Goo
ith her guardian her son Ptolemaeus son of Ptolemaeus,
From Aurelius Ptolemaeus also called Nemesi
Eulogius son of Ptolemaeus, ex-gymnasiarch, said :
with the co-operation of Ptolemaeus and Paul, singul
(Early 2nd cent.) To Ptolemaeus, oeconomus, from S
-tax for Philopator, and Ptolemaeus, collector of poll
Maron and their scribe Ptolemaeus together with t
strategus, from Aurelius Ptolemaeus son of Sompronius
the Avenue of Thoeris, Ptolemaeus son of Petosorapis
Sabinianus from Aurelius Ptolemaeus also called Sempro
ates son of Theon son of Ptolemaeus of the Arabs' quar
gents of Sarapion son of Ptolemaeus, nomarch and super
worth 4000 drachmae ; Ptolemaeus, however he is sty
ing-floors Polion son of Ptolemaeus, Euporion son of D
village of Paneuei, with Ptolemaeus son of Ptolemaeus,
(3rd-2nd cent.) ceived through you from Ptolemaeus the sitologus of
ion, Mysthes also called Ptolemaeus son of Ptolemaeus,
hynchus from Apollonius son of Ptolemaeus, assistan
to the people by king Ptolemaios Leosthenes son of
(306-297) dikkas bought from Ptolemaios, and this too he g
(204) Thaumakos, (?) Ptolemaios [of Stratos, Lamios of
(263-236) ponsor of them all : Ptolemaios of Naupaktos the so
(c. 216) aktorion: Hippon, Eudamos, Ptolemaios, Hellanikos a
(186) daughter of Ptolemaeus; the canephorus [of ArsinoŽ
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