Justinus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Justinus 2   (Justin II) - Byzantine emperor, 565 to 574 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
SelPap_1.30 of our master Flavius Justinus, Phamenoth 1[.], 6th
SelPap_1.47 and pious master Flavius Justinus the eternal Augustus
SelPap_1.87 godlike master Flavius Justinus the eternal Augustus
SelPap_2.364 godlike master Flavius Justinus the eternal Augustus

  Justinus 3   (M. Junianus Justinus) - author of an epitome of the histories of Pompeius Trogus
Wikipedia entry
Oros_1.8   Such then is Justin's statement.
Oros_1.10   2 For Pompeius - or Justin - has this to say:
Oros_4.6   as Pompeius Trogus and Justin admit, because of sacrifices
Porph:Fr_36   us, Pompeius Trogus, and Justinus, all tell the history

  Justinus   - in documents
SelPap_2.387 lite nome, from Antonius Justinus, duplicarius, dispat

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