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  Alexander   I - king of Macedonia in the fifth century B.C.
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ChronSynt_90   ars Amyntas for 50 years Alexander for 43 years Perdiccas
Euseb]:Chron_227   49 years. He was followed by Alexander, who reigned for
Euseb]:Chron_229   tas - for 42 years Alexander - for 44 years Perdiccas -
Just_7.3   upon them too freely, Alexander, the son of Amyntas,
Just_7.2-4 *   ent abilities of his son Alexander, 14 who had from nature
SelPap_1.1A   (173) son of Apollophanes for Alexander and the gods Soteres

  Alexander 2   II - king of Macedonia, 370-369 B.C.
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ChronSynt_90   her Amyntas for 18 years Alexander for 1 year Ptolemy
Euseb]:Chron_229   Amyntas - for 18 years Alexander - for one year Ptolemae
Just_7.4   ydice he had three sons, Alexander, Perdiccas, and Philipp
Just_7.5   sons. [7.5] & & Alexander, at the very beginning of his
Oros_3.12   was sent by his brother Alexander as a hostage to the

  Alexander 3   III the Great - king of Macedonia, 336-324 B.C.
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  + Alexanders
324/3 Nearchus, the commander of the fleet, meets Alexander in Carmania.
324/4 Alexander visits the tomb of Cyrus.
324/5 Alexander appoints Peucestas to be satrap of Persia.
324/6 Calanus, an Indian sage accompanying Alexander, commits suicide.
324/8 Alexander punishes Abulites and Oxathres for the crimes they committe
324/9 Alexander marries Stateira at a mass wedding of his officers in Susa.
324/13 Phocion refuses to accept a gift of money from Alexander.
324/17 Alexander cancels the debts of his soldiers, and gives awards for bra
324/20 Alexander commands that all Greek exiles should be allowed to return
324/22 painting of the marriage of Alexander and Roxane at the Olympic game
324/23 Alexander receives a group of 30,000 Persian youths, dressed in Maced
324/26 Mutiny at Opis; Alexander sends the veterans back home.
324/29 Alexander orders Craterus to give Phocion the revenue from a city in
324/32 Alexander meets some of the Amazons.
324/33 Alexander marches to Ecbatana, where he holds lavish celebrations in
324/34 Alexander allows Hephaestion to read one of his private letters.
324/35 saying of Alexander about Hephaestion and Craterus.
324/36 The death of Hephaestion, the close friend of Alexander.
323/1 Alexander defeats the Cossaeans.
323/2 Alexander demands that the Greek states should grant him divine honou
323/6 Foreign embassies meet Alexander in Babylonia.
323/7 Alexander enters Babylon, despite the warnings of the Chaldaeans.
323/8 Alexander restores the Esagila, the great temple in Babylon.
323/12 Alexander explores and repairs the Pallocapas canal near the river
323/14 Alexander orders extravagant funeral rites for Hephaestion, including
323/15 Omens foreshadow the death of Alexander.
323/18 The philosopher Xenocrates refuses a gift of money from Alexander.
323/19 Philonides, the courier of Alexander, runs from Sicyon to Elis in 9
323/20 Alexander attempts to dig a canal through the peninsula of Mimas, nea
323/21 tes, an engineer working for Alexander, attempts to clear the subterr
323/23 Alexander experiments with the effects of naphtha.
323/23a The magician Osthanes accompanies Alexander on his expeditions.
323/24 Alexander uses two official artists, the sculptor Lysippus and the
323/25 The piper Timotheus arouses Alexander's martial spirit with his music
323/26 Cities are founded by Alexander throughout his empire.
323/27 Various stratagems applied by Alexander.
323/28 Sayings of Alexander, addressed to Anaxarchus, Antigenes, Antipatrida
323/29 Sayings addressed to Alexander, by Agis, Anaxarchus, Antiphanes, Diox
323/30 Other anecdotes about Alexander.
323/31 The final plans of Alexander for further conquests.
323/32 Alexander composes a testament and deposits it on the island of Rhode
323/33 Alexander shows anger towards Cassander and Iollas, the sons of Antip
323/34 Alexander falls ill after a banquet at the house of Medius.
323/35 ording to rumours, Antipater persuades his sons to poison Alexander.
323/36 The progress of Alexander's illness is recorded in his Journal ("Ephe
323/37 The Macedonian soldiers go to see Alexander, while he lies dying.
323/38 The death of Alexander.
323/39 remarks on the character and achievements of Alexander the Great.
323/47 The Macedonians discuss plans for the funeral of Alexander.
323/49 ritus and others react to the news of the sudden death of Alexander.
323/54 oxane murders Stateira, who had been her rival as wife of Alexander.
323/65 Roxane gives birth to a son, who is called Alexander IV.
323/67 The Carthaginians execute Hamilcar, their envoy to Alexander.
321/14 erts the procession carrying Alexander's body, and brings it to Alexa
321/17 rry Cleopatra, the sister of Alexander the Great, instead of Nicaea,
318/14 loyalty of the "Silver Shields" by invoking the name of Alexander.
306/24 money which he had hidden when Thebes was destroyed by Alexander.
297/5 Cassander is disturbed by the sight of a statue of Alexander.
297/6 by Philoxenus of Eretria, of a battle between Alexander and Darius.
272/22 answer stops Pyrrhus from pretending that he looks like Alexander.
68/14 ther Spain; his ambition is stirred by seeing a statue of Alexander.
Arrianus,- ARRIANUS, The Expedition of Alexander - Anabasis Alexandri
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Alexander
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, On the Fortune or Virtue of Alexander
Ps.Callisthenes- PSEUDO-CALLISTHENES, Alexander Romance

  Alexander 4   IV - son of Alexander the Great and Roxane; king of Macedonia, 317-310 B.C.
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317/12 The beginning of the reign of Alexander IV.
316/27 Cassander imprisons Roxane and her son Alexander at Amphipolis.
310/30 Cassander murders Alexander IV and his mother Roxane.
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AET_1.10.colophon   Inundation, of Pharaoh Alexander, son of Alexander
AET_7.7.A   of peret Tybi of pharaoh Alexander son of Alexander.
AET_7.7.B   of peret Tybi of pharaoh Alexander son of Alexander.
AET_7.8.B   Year 2, Hathyr, of King Alexander, son of Alexander the god.
AstrCan_3   7 324 B.C. (12 Nov.) another Alexander 12 443 19 317 B.C
Euseb]:Chron_231   hter of Pharnabazus, and Alexander the son of Roxane the
FGrH_155.1   Roxane and Roxane's son Alexander the son of Alexander,
FGrH_155.2   Alexander, who was also called Alexander. They also sent
OGIS_4   (317)   n of Philippos and] Alexandros son of Alexandros
SelPap_1.1   7th year of the reign of Alexander son of Alexander,

  Alexander 5   I - king of Epirus, 342-330 B.C.
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Aelian:Fr_329   oracle predicts the death of Alexander of Epirus. [330]
FGrH_255.6   At the same time, Alexander the Molossian crossed over
Just_8.6   kingdom; and he invited Alexander, a step-son of Arrybas,
Just_12.1   parta in Greece, that of Alexander king of Epirus in Italy
Just_12.2   glory. [12.2] & Alexander, too, the king of Epirus, hav
Just_13.6   rmerly wife of the other Alexander, her mother Olympias
Just_17.3   the great), 15 and of Alexander, who occupied the thron
Just_18.1   inferior to his uncle Alexander, whom the Tarentines
Just_23.1   After some time, Alexander, king of Epirus, coming into
Oros_3.11   by the mention of this Alexander, I shall bring together in
Oros_3.14   his daughter Cleopatra to Alexander. This Alexander was the
Oros_3.18   the Spartans, in Lucania with Alexander, the king of Epirus, and
Plin:HN_3.98   Lucanians named Mardonia, in which Alexander of Epirus died.

  Alexander 6   II - son of Pyrrhus; king of Epirus from 272 B.C.
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270/19 Fighting between Alexander of Epirus and Mitylus the king of the Illy
261/10 Alexander of Epirus invades Macedonia, but is defeated by Demetrius,
261/23 Alexander is driven out of Epirus, and goes into exile in Acarnania.
245/18b The Aetolians and Alexander of Epirus agree to a partition of Acarnan
239/16 Stratagems of Alexander, king of Epirus.
239/17 Alexander rebukes the flattery of Nicesias, while suffering the side-
238/6 marriage of Demetrius and Phthia, daughter of Alexander of Epirus.
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Aelian:NA_10.34   its nest in the tent of Alexander the son of Pyrrhus **
Just_18.1   his two younger sons, Alexander and Helenus, as a comfo
Just_18.2   Leaving his son Alexander, therefore, at Locri, and sec
Just_23.3   Agathocles's daughter), and to Alexander that of Italy.
Just_26.2   hat he was thus engaged, Alexander, king of Epirus, longin
Just_26.3   of exiles. [26.3] Alexander, after fleeing, on his expuls
Just_28.1   us, had lost her husband Alexander, who was also her broth
Syll_453   (c. 230)   ng] Alexandros [Queen Olympias [Kin
ValMax_5.1e.4   to carry to his brother Alexander in his country of Epirus.

  Alexander 7   - a Dorian king of Corinth
Euseb]:Chron_221 ian Agemon, for 16 years. Then Alexander was king, for 25

  Alexander 8   - tyrant of Pherae in Thessaly, 369-358 B.C.
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Nepos_16.5   arrested with Ismenias by Alexander, tyrant of Pherae, and
Plut:Mor_193   ndship and alliance with Alexander the tyrant of Pherae,
Plut:Mor_194   they among us ? & When Alexander, the tyrant of Pherae,
Polyaen_6.2.1   was time to get dressed. [2] Alexander of Pherae. While
Polyaen_6.2.2   lso: Diodorus, 15.95] Alexander, after the battle of
Polyaen_6.46.1   eized control of Samos. [46] Alexander the Thessalian.
ValMax_9.13e.3   [13e.3]   Alexander [ of Pherae ] was

  Alexander 9   - son of Coenes and Anaco; cousin of Isocrates
Plut:Mor_839 aco] had two sons, Alexander by Coenes, and Lysicles by

  Alexander 10   - a Macedonian, father of Amyntas and Peucestes
Arrian:Fr_9 cles, Amyntas the son of Alexander and brother of Peuceste

  Alexander 11   - son of Polyperchon; killed in 314 B.C.
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318/16 Alexander the son of Polyperchon arrives in Attica; Polyperchon hands
315/22 Alexander is persuaded to change sides by Cassander.
314/3 Alexander captures Dyme, but his garrison is overwhelmed by the inhab
314/11 Alexander is assassinated, but his widow Cratesipolis retains control
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Arrian:Fr_9 eus the son of Ptolemy, and Alexander the son of Polysp
Plut:Demetr_9 ratesipolis, the wife of Alexander, the son of Polyperchon
Plut:Phoc_33 juncture arrived Alexander, the son of Polyperchon, with

  Alexander 12   - son of Cassander; killed in 294 B.C.
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294/18 rvenes in Macedonia, to help Alexander against his brother Antipater.
294/19 Demetrius murders Alexander, expels Antipater, and becomes king of
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Euseb]:Chron_231   his sons, Philippus and Alexander and Antipater, who reig
Euseb]:Chron_241   brothers Antipater and Alexander [ruled] for 2 years and
Euseb]:Chron_245   4 months Antigonus and Alexander - for 2 years and 6 mon
Hieron:Chron_1719   719] Antigonus and Alexander the sons of Cassander [became
Just_16.1   she seemed to have favoured Alexander. This deed appea
Oros_3.23.30   own sword. 51 His brother Alexander, while preparing for war against
Plut:Demetr_36   his mother Thessalonice, Alexander, the other brother, cal

  Alexander 13   - son of Demetrius and Deidameia
Plut:Demetr_53 Deidameia he had Alexander, who took up his residence

  Alexander 14   - son of Craterus; died in 246 B.C.
249/7 Alexander the son of Craterus rebels against Antigonus.
249/8 alliance between Alexander and the Achaean League.
245/9 The death of Alexander son of Craterus.
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Plut:Arat_17 orce failed. When Alexander, who was master of the citade
Plut:Arat_18 governor. Whilst Alexander was living, Aratus had cast
Polyaen_4.6.1 llowing stratagem. Alexander, who possessed Acrocorinth,
Syll_454 (c. 252)   when the war with Alexandros broke out and pirates

  Alexander 15   of Aetolia; Greek poet and scholar, third century B.C.
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276/5 Alexander of Aetolia and Lycophron sort out the tragedies and the com
276/9 the poets Aratus of Soli and Alexander of Aetolia to Macedonia, at
255/25 General remarks on the career of the poet Alexander the Aetolian.
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Athen_10.412   with the greatest speed, as Alexander the Aetolian rela
Athen_14.620   poems, such as those of Alexander the Aetolian, and Pyres
Athen_15.699   the Sicilians, we learn from Alexander the Aetolian, a composer of
Tzetz:ProlCom_   istophanes) 19 Note that Alexander of Aetolia and Lycophro
Vit:Arat_1   which time Aratus and Alexander of Aetolia were in thei
Vit:Arat_2   contemporary of Alexander of Aetolia and Philetas; and

  Alexander 16   - an Egyptian elephant hunter
204/12 up by elephant hunters, led by Alexander, Charimortus, and Apoasis.

  Alexander 17   of (?) Atrax; the father of Thrasymachus, a Thessalian leader
Euseb]:Chron_245 Then Thrasymachus the son of Alexander, from [?] Atrax.

  Alexander 18   of (?) Argos; the father of Theodorus, a Thessalian leader
Euseb]:Chron_245 hon. Then Theodorus the son of Alexander, from Argos. Then

  Alexander 19   - an archon of the Athenians in the second century B.C.
174/_ Athenian archon: Alexander
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Apollod:Fr_47 of Antenor, [died] when Alexander was archon; a month lat

  Alexander 20   - son of Perseus, king of Macedonia
Just_33.2 soner, with his two sons Alexander and Philippus, and brou

  Alexander 21   Balas - king of Syria, 150-145 B.C.
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157/3 Attalus sets up Alexander Balas as a rival to Demetrius.
153/3 Alexander Balas arrives at Rome.
152/1 The senate supports Alexander Balas' claim to Syria.
152/2 Alexander Balas captures Ptolemais.
152/8 Alexander Balas appoints Jonathan as high priest of the Jews.
151/13 Demetrius defeats Alexander Balas.
150/7 Demetrius is defeated and killed by the army of Alexander Balas.
150/9 daughter of Ptolemy VI; Alexander summons Jonathan and treats
150/9 The wedding of Alexander Balas and Cleopatra, daughter of Ptolemy
146/2 Alexander Balas honours Jonathan.
146/14 maeus VI transfers his support from Alexander Balas to Demetrius II.
145/14 Alexander holds a banquet, to which he invites the Epicurean philosop
145/15 General comments on the weak reign of Alexander Balas.
145/16 The battle of Oenoparus: the defeat and death of Alexander Balas.
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1Macc_10 one hundred and sixtieth year Alexander Epiphanes { 152
1Macc_11 ied to get possession of Alexander's kingdom by trickery
Athen_5.211 tertainment which was given by Alexander the king of Syria
ChronPasc_441 his daughter in marriage to Alexander, the king of Syri
ChronPasc_444 444'A] [Ol. 159.2] Alexander the king of Syria and Asia
ChronSynt_92 Demetrius for 12 years Alexander for 10 years Demetrius
Diod_33.3 & In Syria, king Alexander, being completely unfit to
Diod_33.28 killed Antiochus son of Alexander, who was a mere child
Diod_33.4a this Antiochus was the son of Alexander, and still a chil
Euseb]:Chron_255 for his kingdom against Alexander, who brought an army
Euseb]:Chron_257 nder, a pretended son of Alexander, to be king of Asia;
Euseb]:Chron_263 ius Soter - for 12 years Alexander - for 15 years Demetriu
Hieron:Chron_1866 866] [1867 in Ar.] Alexander, the son of Antiochus Epiphan
Hieron:Chron_1867 157.3 * . [1867] Alexander [became king] of Syria and
Hieron:Chron_1874 own daughter as wife to Alexander son of Balas, the king
Hieron:Chron_1877 killed Antiochus, the son of Alexander. Ptolemy gave
Hieron:Chron_1879 ing Antiochus the son of Alexander, but eventually he hims
Joseph:AJ_13.35 year, it fell out that Alexander, the son of Antiochus
Joseph:AJ_* 13.43-47 * rrisons. [43] When Alexander knew what promises Demetrius
Joseph:AJ_13.58 letter. But king Alexander raised a great army of mercen
Joseph:AJ_* 13.80-87 * we have above related, Alexander took the kingdom of Syr
Joseph:AJ_* 13.102-109 * es. [102] But when Alexander heard that Apollonius, the
Joseph:AJ_13.112 people of Antioch hated Alexander on Ammonius's account,
Joseph:AJ_* 13.116-119 * ius. [116] But now Alexander made haste with a numerous
Joseph:AJ_13.131 a certain commander of Alexander's forces, an Apamean
Joseph:AJ_13.218 Antiochus, the son of Alexander, who was also called
Just_35.1 docia, they suborned one Balas, a young man of mean condit
Just_35.2 the luxurious life of Alexander (whom his unexpected

  Alexander 22   - a Macedonian who pretended to be the son of Perseus
147/12 resses a minor revolt led by Alexander, another pretended son of Pers

  Alexander 23   - son of Jason; sent to Rome as an envoy of the Jews, (?) 139 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.146 erning the affairs which Alexander, the son of Jason, and

  Alexander 24   - son of Dositheus; sent to Rome as an envoy of the Jews, (?) 139 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.146 son of Antiochus, and Alexander, the son of Dositheus,

  Alexander 25   - father of Apollonius, a Jewish envoy
Joseph:AJ_13.260 Apollonius, the son of Alexander, and Diodorus, the son
Joseph:AJ_14.248 Apollonius, the son of Alexander, and Aeneas, the son

  Alexander 26   Zabinas - pretender to the throne of Syria, 128-123 B.C.
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128/6 Ptolemy VII sets up Alexander Zabinas as a pretender to the throne
127/2 Alexander Zabinas arranges the burial of Antiochus VII.
126/8 Alexander Zabinas defeats Demetrius near Damascus.
125/8 Alexander Zabinas makes an alliance with Hyrcanus and the Jews.
124/3 Alexander Zabinas captures Laodiceia.
123/7 Antiochus Grypus defeats Alexander Zabinas.
123/8 Hyrcanus' kingdom prospers while Zabinas is ruling Syria.
123/9 Antiochus Grypus captures and kills Alexander Zabinas.
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Diod_34.22 the city. [22] & Alexander surnamed Zabinas, when the
Diod_34.28 grant us." [28] &   Alexander, who had no confidence
Euseb]:Chron_257 this, Ptolemy set up Alexander, a pretended son of Ale
Joseph:AJ_13.268 68] and he had sent them Alexander, who was called Zebina,
Joseph:AJ_13.269 by them. [269] So Alexander took the kingdom, and made
Joseph:AJ_13.273 ondition in the times of Alexander Zebina, and especially
Just_39.1 trius. The name of Alexander was given to the youth, and
Just_39.2 erself. [39.2] But Alexander, having secured the throne

  Alexander 27   Jannaeus - king of the Jews, 103-76 B.C.
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125/15 The birth of Alexander Jannaeus, who is brought up in Galilee.
103/2 The death of Aristobulus, and the accession of Alexander Jannaeus.
103/3 Lathyrus comes to the aid of Ptolemais against Alexander Jannaeus.
103/6 Ptolemy Lathyrus defeats Alexander Jannaeus in battle.
102/13 alliance between Alexander Jannaeus and Cleopatra, queen of Egypt.
100/1 Alexander Jannaeus captures Gadara.
100/6 Alexander Jannaeus captures Raphia and Anthedon, and attacks Gaza.
98/9 Alexander Jannaeus captures Gaza.
95/18 Alexander Jannaeus massacres his opponents following disturbances at
94/11 Alexander Jannaeus is defeated by Obedas the king of the Arabs.
94/12 Alexander Jannaeus kills 50,000 of his Jewish subjects during a rebel
89/28 Demetrius Akairos defeats Alexander near Shechem.
88/21 Alexander crucifies 800 of his opponents, and forces the remainder
84/11 tiochus marches through Judaea, despite the opposition of Alexander.
84/14 Alexander Jannaeus agrees peace terms with Aretas.
82/21 Alexander Jannaeus attacks his neighbours on the east side of the riv
80/15 Alexander Jannaeus returns to Judaea, after capturing many cities in
79/9 Alexander Jannaeus suffers from quartan fever, but continues to fight
76/17 of Herodes, is appointed by Alexander Jannaeus to be governor of Idu
76/18 Alexander Jannaeus builds a fortress at Machaerus.
76/19 The death of Alexander Jannaeus; his widow Alexandra takes over as
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ChronPasc_452 eus, who was also called Alexander, became the 20th high
ChronPasc_453 to Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander and Alexandra Salina,
ChronPasc_464 year. 21. Jannaeus Alexander, who was both king and high
ChronPasc_509 est. 21. Jannaeus Alexander was king and high priest for
ChronSynt_91 year of the high priest Jannaeus, the kingdom of the Ptol
ChronSynt_95 Aristobulus for 1 year Jannaeus for 34 years [In total]
Euseb]:Chron_129 tivity. After him, Alexander, also called Jannaeus, was
ExcBarb_47B priest. [47B] Then Alexander Jannaeus, who was both king
Hieron:Chron_1913 king after him was Alexander Jannaeus, who also held the
Hieron:Chron_1914 Jannaeus, also called Alexander, [became king of the
Hieron:Chron_1934 1934] [not in Ar.] Jannaeus captured a large number of cit
Hieron:Chron_1941 alled Salina, was the widow of Alexander and became queen
Joseph:AJ_13.37 ore Demetrius heard that Alexander was in Ptolemais, he
Joseph:AJ_* 13.320-324 * said already,) and made Alexander Jannaeus king, [321]
Joseph:AJ_13.328 danger, out of the hands of Alexander. [329] And as the
Joseph:AJ_* 13.334-341 * aste by the Jews, and by Alexander, Alexander raised the
Joseph:AJ_* 13.353-358 * as the city; and when Alexander came to her, he gave
Joseph:AJ_13.361 delivered up the city to Alexander, [362] who, when he cam
Joseph:AJ_13.364 they were sitting,) whom Alexander slew; and when he had
Joseph:AJ_13.372 lated. [372] As to Alexander, his own people were seditiou
Joseph:AJ_* 13.377-379 * city Shechem; upon which Alexander, with his six thousand
Joseph:AJ_13.383 itives all the time that Alexander lived; who being now
Joseph:AJ_* 13.390-393 * horsemen. [390] So Alexander, out of fear of his coming,
Joseph:AJ_13.398 After this, king Alexander, although he fell into a dist
Joseph:AJ_* 13.405-407 * fied their anger against Alexander, and made them bear goo
Joseph:AJ_13.410 kill those who persuaded Alexander to slay the eight hundr
Joseph:AJ_13.415 constant spite against Alexander's house, they would be
Joseph:AJ_13.416 thus, and called upon Alexander's ghost for commiserat
Joseph:AJ_14.10 relate this: That king Alexander and his wife made him
Joseph:AJ_14.18 cities which his father Alexander had taken from the Arab
Joseph:AJ_14.36 nscription, 'The gift of Alexander, the king of the Jews.'
Joseph:AJ_14.151 nce Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, the high priest and
Joseph:AJ_* 14.191-194 * rns Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, the high priest and
Joseph:AJ_* 14.197-200 * to Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, the high priest of the
Joseph:AJ_14.206 hat Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, and his sons, have as
Joseph:AJ_14.211 of Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, the high priest and
Joseph:AJ_14.226 of Hyrcanus, the son of Alexander, the high priest and
Joseph:AJ_20.241 lus, [241] whose brother Alexander was his heir; which Jud
Joseph:AJ_20.242 ar. [242] And when Alexander had been both king and high
Joseph:BJ_* 01.85-87 * ing's brethren, and made Alexander king, who appeared both
Joseph:BJ_* 01.93-100 * chem. [93] Yet did Alexander meet both these forces with
Joseph:BJ_01.103 against Judaea, and beat Alexander in battle; but afterwar
Joseph:BJ_01.104 reement. [104] But Alexander, when he had taken Pella, mar
Joseph:BJ_01.107 [5.] & [107] Now Alexander left the kingdom to Alexandra
Joseph:BJ_01.109 as she had two sons by Alexander, she made Hyrcanus the
Joseph:BJ_01.113 hat had been a friend to Alexander; and accused him as hav
MegTaan_12 een forced into exile by Alexander Jannaeus; but Zeitlin

  Alexander 28   of Laodiceia - an envoy of the Dionysiac Artists
81/68 etter from Sulla authorising Alexander of Laodiceia, envoy of the Dio

  Alexander 29   Cornelius Polyhistor - a Greek polymath of the first century B.C.
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  + Polyhistor
80/28 The scholar Alexander Polyhistor is bought as a slave by Lentulus,
35/19 The death of the Greek scholar Alexander Polyhistor.
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DiogLaert_7.179   ither Soli or Tarsus, as Alexander tells us in his Success
Eupolemus_1   Moses the same author [Alexander Polyhistor] again bring
Eupolemus_2   said above. And Alexander, surnamed Polyhistor, in his
Eupolemus_5   1-5] & Besides this, as [Alexander] Polyhistor has made
Euseb]:Chron_7   from [the writings of] Alexander Polyhistor; about the
Euseb]:Chron_11   of 3,600 years. That is what Alexander Polyhistor says
Euseb]:Chron_17   That, according to Alexander Polyhistor, is what Berossus
Euseb]:Chron_19   urred. The book of Polyhistor also mentions him, and write
Euseb]:Chron_53   haldaeans, which is similar to Polyhistor. Then he lists
Euseb]:Chron_89   lso tell the same story; Alexander Polyhistor mentions it
Euseb]:Chron_23-31 *   emples. Afterwards Polyhistor gives an account of the buil
Euseb]:Chron_263   ns, as listed here: from Alexander Polyhistor from Abydenu
Plin:HN_3.124   that race; whereas Cornelius Alexander states that it originated
Plin:HN_7.155   Arcadian kings of 300 years; Alexander Cornelius says that a certain
Plin:HN_36.79   Aristagoras, Dionysius, Artemidorus, Alexander Polyhistor, Butoridas, Antisthenes,
ValMax_8.13e.7   [13e.7]   Alexander, in his book on the

  Alexander 30   Lychnus, of Ephesus - a Greek poet of the first century B.C.
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Vit:Arat_2 Alexander of Aetolia, 13 Alexander of Ephesus, Alexander

  Alexander 31   - son of Aristobulus; brother of Hyrcanus, king of the Jews
57/18 inius suppresses a revolt by Alexander, the son of Aristobulus; Marcu
57/28 Alexander surrenders to Gabinius, who re-organises the government of
55/24 Gabinius defeats Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, in a battle near
49/69 Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, is executed by Scipio, but his bro
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Joseph:AJ_14.89   the siege of the place, Alexander sent an embassy to him,
Joseph:AJ_14.90   molished. But when Alexander's mother, who was of the side
Joseph:AJ_14.100   itions and troubles; for Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.102   he could not restrain Alexander, for he had an army of
Joseph:AJ_14.125   sending to him to slay Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.300   marry the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.353   riamne,] the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.467   to wife the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.82-85 *   time after this, when Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_15.23   of Hyrcanus, and wife of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus the
Joseph:BJ_1.158-163 *   the one of which sons, Alexander, ran away as he was goi
Joseph:BJ_1.167   the siege. So when Alexander despaired of ever obtaining
Joseph:BJ_1.168   ed, at the persuasion of Alexander's mother, that they mig
Joseph:BJ_1.176   Syria was in motion, and Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.177   and still continued with Alexander, who was himself eager
Joseph:BJ_1.182   when Cassius had forced Alexander to come to terms and
Joseph:BJ_1.185   res. [185] His son Alexander also was beheaded by Scipio
Joseph:BJ_1.241   ariamme, the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.344   to take the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.432   ariamme, the daughter of Alexander, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.551   for burial there with Alexander, their maternal grandfather. Such

  Alexander 32   - son of Theodorus; sent to Rome as an envoy of the Jews, 44 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.222 the son of Pausanias, Alexander, the son of Theodorus,
Joseph:AJ_14.226 greeting. [226] Alexander, the son of Theodorus, the
Joseph:AJ_14.307 the son of Mennaeus, and Alexander, the son of Theodorus,

  Alexander 33   (Marcus Alexander) - proposed a decree about the Jews, at Halicarnassus
Joseph:AJ_14.256 representation of Marcus Alexander, was this: [257] Since

  Alexander 34 - son of Herod, king of the Jews
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Joseph:AJ_15.342   resolved to send his sons Alexander and Aristobulus to Rome, to
Joseph:BJ_1.513-563 *   negotiated in the interest of Alexander, but also proved the cause
Joseph:BJ_1.581   one of the murderers of Alexander and Aristobulus.
Joseph:BJ_1.586   saying to each other, "After Alexander and Aristobulus, we and our
Joseph:BJ_1.599   [599] The ghosts of Alexander and Aristobulus a were
Joseph:BJ_1.603   deploring the fate of Alexander and Aristobulus, and indignant
Joseph:BJ_1.627   who, in former days, when Alexander was alive, advised me to
Joseph:BJ_1.644   perhaps the letters incriminating Alexander were also forgeries. He

  Alexander 35   - son of Alexander and grandson of Herod
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Joseph:BJ_1.553   Glaphyra two sons, Tigranes and Alexander ; and by his marriage

  Alexander 36   - son of Lysimachus and Amastris
Polyaen_6.12.1 Caulonia. [12] Alexander, son of Lysimachus Alexand

  Alexander 37   - son of Aristion; a writer of comedies, late 4th century B.C.

  Alexander 38   of Myndus - author of books about zoology and other subjects
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Aelian:NA_3.23 tale, otherwise what was Alexander's design in relating
Aelian:NA_4.33 disappear. [33] & Alexander of Myndus declares that the
Aelian:NA_5.27 lene ** are white. Alexander of Myndus says that in Pontus
Aelian:NA_10.34 seen at times, according to Alexander of Myndus. A swal
Aelian:NA_17.1 rr; Book 16 [1] & Alexander ** in his 'Voyage round the
Athen_5.221 being turned into stone, Alexander the Myndian speaks at
Athen_9.393 feed on herbage." But Alexander the Myndian says, that

  Alexander 39   - a philosopher, contemporary with Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
DiogLaert_7.192 dressed to Sosigenes and Alexander; four on the Inequality
DiogLaert_7.196 pothetical Reasonings of Alexander (this is not genuine);

  Alexander 40   - son of Achaeus and brother of Laodice, 3rd century B.C.
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Euseb]:Chron_251 help and assistance from Alexander, the brother of his
RC_29 (c. 230)   les suggests that the Alexandros mentioned in this

  Alexander 41   - son of Callistratus; a Thessalian benefactor of Athens, early 2nd century B.C.
190/3a Syll_571, an Athenian decree in honour of Alexander of Thessaly.

  Alexander 42   of Calydon - Aetolian general, 204/3 B.C.
Syll_563 (203/2)   n Alexandros of Kalydon was general

  Alexander 43   of Lyncestis - son of Aeropus, killed in 330 B.C.
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Just_11.2 one that he spared was Alexander Lyncestes his brother,
Just_11.7 forming against him by Alexander Lyncestes the son-in-la
Just_12.14 were put to death, that Alexander Lyncestes, his son-in-l

  Alexander 44   - commander of the garrisons in Aeolis, 4th century B.C.
Polyaen_6.10.1 the enemy. [10] Alexander, general of the guards Alexan

  Alexander 45   of Alexandria - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 201 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 time 245th [201 A.D.] - Alexander of Alexandria, stadion

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