Areius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a harp-player, late 4th century B.C.
the citharist, addressed to Areius, Axiothea, Berisades, Cleon, Diod
laws." And he said to Areius the harp-player, who was
of Alexandria - procurator of Augustus in Sicily
ere my own father. Areius I counted my friend and close
udgement-seat, he placed Areius the Alexandrian by him,
- father of Asclepiades
Asclepiades, the son of Areius, relates in his History
of Tarsus - a writer on medicine, of uncertain date
ydes and Apollodorus and Areius of Tarsus all refer to the
- in documents
(167-145) Artemis and Leto by Areios of Athens, the son of Pa
(174-172) atos son of Demetrios Areios son of Dionysios Amy
(155/4) son of Parmeneides Areios of Paiania, the son of
(late 3rd century) linos Demetrios Leukon Areios Apollodoros 
(294-288) ich is the month of Areios as the Histiaians reckon
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