Andreas   - in ancient sources @

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  Andreas   - captain of the guard of Ptolemy II, king of Egypt
Aristeas_12 Sosibius of Tarentum and Andreas, the chief of the bodygua
Aristeas_18 think they will number?' Andreas, who was standing near,
Aristeas_40 work. I have sent Andreas, the chief of my bodyguard, and
Aristeas_43 were brought to me by Andreas, one of your most honoure
Aristeas_124 earnestly [124] besought Andreas to work for the same end
Aristeas_173 admission to the palace, Andreas and I warmly greeted [174
Joseph:AJ_12.18 osibius of Tarentum, and Andreas, and persuaded them to
Joseph:AJ_12.24 be made free?" To which Andreas replied, as he stood by,
Joseph:AJ_12.50 have sent to thee Andreas, the captain of my guard, and
Joseph:AJ_12.53 the temple; which things Andreas and Aristaeus, those most
Joseph:AJ_12.86 he presently sent for Andreas and Aristaeus, his ambass

  Andreas 2   of Lacedaemon - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 64 B.C.
64/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Andreas of Lacedaemon
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_211 179th [64 B.C.] - Andreas of Lacedaemon, stadion race 180

  Andreas 3   - Athenian archon, (?) 152 B.C.
152/_ Athenian archon: Andreas (?)

  Andreas   - in documents
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   olians: Damotimos, Andreas, Leukias, Dion, Damot
Syll_649 (169)   other Greeks. Andreas and Aristomachos of Argos

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