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  Ptolemaeus 18   - nephew of Antigonus, late 4th century B.C.
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315/16 Ptolemaeus, the general of Antigonus, advances as far as Ionia.
314/19 Ptolemaeus, the general of Antigonus, escapes from an ambush and capt
313/20 Ptolemaeus the general of Antigonus arrives with a fleet in Boeotia,
313/26 Ptolemaeus captures Chalcis and Oropus, and forces the Athenians
310/18 Ptolemaeus, a general in the Peloponnese, defects from Antigonus.
309/17 Ptolemaeus the nephew of Antigonus joins Ptolemaeus at Cos, but is
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 brother of Peucestes, Ptolemaeus the son of Ptolemaeus,
Memn_4 ceived Antigonus' nephew Ptolemaeus, the general of the
Plut:Eum_10 ntigonus sent his nephew Ptolemaeus into the fort as a hos

  Ptolemaeus 19   - son of Agesarchus; a notorious epicure
Athen_06.246 ig-bellied. &# And Ptolemaeus, the son of Agesarchus, a
Athen_09.369 nthusiast, says-- & I speak to Ptolemaeus, roasting slices
Athen_10.425 Hebeteria.   And Ptolemaeus, the son of Agesarchus, spea
Athen_13.577 royal nut." [40.] But Ptolemaeus the son of Agesarchus,

  Ptolemaeus 20   - son of Lysimachus
279/4 between Ptolemaeus Ceraunus and Ptolemaeus the son of Lysimachus.
240/1 55, a decree of Telmessus in honour of Ptolemaeus son of Lysimachus.
    Within translations:
OGIS_55 (240)   of Telmessos: since Ptolemaios son of Lysimachos,

  Ptolemaeus 21   - son of Pyrrhus
294/7 Birth of Pyrrhus' son, Ptolemaeus.
272/17 yrrhus while he is withdrawing to Argos and kill his son Ptolemaeus.
    Within translations:
Just_18.1 aving left his son Ptolemaeus, therefore, who was but fift
Just_25.3 eated, a second time, by Ptolemaeus the son of Pyrrhus,

  Ptolemaeus 22   - adopted son of Ptolemaeus Philadelphus
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259/15 Ptolemaeus "the Son" and Timarchus the tyrant of Miletus lead a rebel
258/12 Ptolemaeus "the Son" is killed by Thracian mercenaries.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.593 tells us. &# And Ptolemaeus the son of Ptolemaeus Philad

  Ptolemaeus 24   - son of Chrysermus; a friend of Cleomenes III
Plut:Cleom_36 more miserable. Ptolemaeus, the son of Chrysermus, who
Plut:Cleom_37 or assist him. Ptolemaeus, the son of Chrysermus, happ

  Ptolemaeus 25   - governor of Alexandria; killed by Cleomenes III
Plut:Cleom_37 tched him. Another Ptolemaeus, who was governor of the cit

  Ptolemaeus 26   son of Thraseas - Seleucid governor in Coele Syria under Antiochus III
201/19a _29.1613'C-D, a letter from Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas, to Antiochu
201/21d _29.1613'E_G, a letter from Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas, to Antiochu
187/2 OGIS_230, a dedication at Soli by Ptolemaeus, son of Thraseas.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_12.138 chus. [138] "King Antiochus to Ptolemaeus, sendeth greetin
SEG_29.1613 (c. 202-195)   A]   King Antiochos to Ptolemaios, greetings .

  Ptolemaeus 27   Macron - son of Dorymenes; Syrian general, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_12.298 this Lysias chose Ptolemaeus, the son of Dorymenes, and

  Ptolemaeus 28   - independent ruler of Commagene, 2nd century B.C.
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161/5 Commagene becomes independent, under the leadership of Ptolemaeus.

  Ptolemaeus 29   - son of Glaucias; an Egyptian recluse, 2nd century B.C.
161/10 petition to the strategus Dionysius from Ptolemaeus son of Glaucias.
160/1 UPZ_1.10, a petition from Ptolemaeus complaining about intrusion on
157/1 UPZ_1.14, a petition of Ptolemaeus on behalf of his brother Apolloni
151/17 SelPap_1.100, a letter from Apollonius to his brother Ptolemaeus

  Ptolemaeus 30   Pindarion - a Greek grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
145/31 Apollodorus of Athens and Ptolemaeus "Pindarion" are pupils of Ari

  Ptolemaeus 31   Epithetes - a Greek grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
145/34 ral comments on the career of the grammarian Ptolemaeus "Epithetes".

  Ptolemaeus 32   - son-in-law of the Jewish leader Simon
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134/8 Hyrcanus besieges Ptolemaeus.
134/16 Ptolemaeus kills the mother of Hyrcanus and escapes to Philadelphia.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_13.228 achery of his son-in-law Ptolemaeus, who caught also his
Joseph:AJ_13.231 by that only; [231] for Ptolemaeus brought them upon the
Joseph:AJ_13.235 venth day; [235] so that Ptolemaeus being for this cause
Joseph:BJ_* 01.54-60 * feast by his son-in-law Ptolemaeus, who put his wife and

  Ptolemaeus 33   - Egyptian official (? strategus), late 2nd century B.C.
116/3 Teb_30'10-21, a letter from Ptolemaeus and Hestiaeus to Apollonius.
114/8 PTeb_13, a letter from Menches to Ptolemaeus (? the strategus).
112/14 PTeb_107, a lease of land from Ptolemaeus to Menches.

  Ptolemaeus 34   "the Black" - Epicurean philosopher, early 1st century B.C.
Diog_Laert_10.25 Ptolemaei of Alexandria, Ptolemaeus the Black, and Ptolema

  Ptolemaeus 35   "the Fair" - Epicurean philosopher, early 1st century B.C.
Diog_Laert_10.25 ria, Ptolemaeus the Black, and Ptolemaeus the Fair. And

  Ptolemaeus 38   - son of Mennaeus; ruler of the Ituraeans, 1st century B.C.
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49/69 but his brothers are protected by Ptolemaeus the son of Mennaeus.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_13.392 son of the hatred they bare to Ptolemaeus Mennaeus. He als
Joseph:AJ_13.418 army to Damascus against Ptolemaeus, who was called Mennae
Joseph:AJ_14.39 isance of the country of Ptolemaeus Mennaeus, a wicked man
Joseph:AJ_14.126 Antioch. [126] But Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, who
Joseph:AJ_14.297 [12.] & [297] Now Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, brough
Joseph:AJ_14.330 emselves of Syria. Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, also
Joseph:BJ_01.103 out of their hatred to Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus,
Joseph:BJ_01.115 cus, under pretence that Ptolemaeus was always oppressing
Joseph:BJ_01.185 the Romans. But Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus, who
Joseph:BJ_01.186 ther on her account; for Ptolemaeus himself, after he had
Joseph:BJ_01.239 his descent; but it was Ptolemaeus, the kinsman of Antigo
Joseph:BJ_01.248 the death of his father Ptolemaeus, the son of Mennaeus,

  Ptolemaeus 39   - (?) son of Soaemus; ruler of territory around Mount Lebanon, 1st century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.129 cus the ruler, and Ptolemaeus his son, and Tholomaeus the
Joseph:BJ_01.188 inhabitants of Libanus, Ptolemaeus, and Jamblicus, and

  Ptolemaeus 40   - a friend and general of Herodes
Joseph:AJ_14.377 friends, Sappinus and Ptolemaeus, met with him; [378]
Joseph:AJ_14.431 when the king had set Ptolemaeus over these parts of
Joseph:AJ_14.432 not succeed well with Ptolemaeus, but those that had
Joseph:BJ_01.280 received by his friends, Ptolemaeus and Sappinius; and alt
Joseph:BJ_01.314 any sedition, and made Ptolemaeus their general, and ret
Joseph:BJ_01.315 fell unexpectedly upon Ptolemaeus, the general of his

  Ptolemaeus 41   of Ascalon - Greek grammarian, 1st century B.C.
Tzetz:ProlCom_ llonius, Herodianus, and Ptolemaeus of Ascalon wrote comme

  Ptolemaeus 42   son of Dionysios - Egyptian official, 1st century B.C.
44/28a IS_184, an obeisance to Isis performed by the strategus Ptolemaeus.

  Ptolemaeus 43   "Andromachou" - an illegitimate son of Ptolemaeus II
242/2a Ptolemaeus "Andromachou" is killed in Ephesus by Thracian mercenaries
    Within translations:
PHaun_6 ος [Ptolemaeus] ικλη

  Ptolemaeus 44   Eupator - son of Ptolemaeus VI; died in 152 B.C.
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  + Eupator
OGIS_111 (152-145)   haneis and of the god Eupator and of the gods Philo
OGIS_168 (115)   neis, and of the god Eupator, and of the gods [Phil

  Ptolemaeus 45   son of Sosibius - Egyptian courtier, late 3rd century B.C.
201/9 Ptolemy V, despite the opposition of Ptolemaeus son of Sosibius.

  Ptolemaeus   - in documents
Inscr_124 (c. 216)   aktorion: Hippon, Eudamos, Ptolemaios, Hellanikos a
Inscr_18 (186)   daughter of Ptolemaeus; the canephorus [of ArsinoŽ
Inscr_64 (263-236)   ponsor of them all : Ptolemaios of Naupaktos the so
OGIS_100 (186-180)   cted by his brother Ptolemaios son of Apollonios,
OGIS_130 (c. 143/2)   os Asklepiades son of Ptolemaios Xeiniades son of I
OGIS_178 (95)   e seventh year, with Ptolemaios son of Ptolemaios a
OGIS_184 (? 44)   I, Ptolemaios son of Dionysios, the
OGIS_51 (c. 269-246)   teus deme, the son of Ptolemaios, who is hipparch
OGIS_59 (163)   heos Philokles Ptolemaios Mousaios Tychamenes Pankr
OGIS_728 (276/5)   us tribe, the son of Ptolemaios, who has acted as
OGIS_96 (c. 205-145)   and queen Kleopatra, Ptolemaios son of Epikydes,
OGIS_99 (186-181)   s statue of Ptolemaios, the chief bodyguard
Syll_322 to the people by king Ptolemaios Leosthenes son of
Syll_332 (306-297)   dikkas bought from Ptolemaios, and this too he g
Syll_539 (204)   Thaumakos, (?) Ptolemaios [of Stratos, Lamios of


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