Sopater   - in ancient sources @

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  Sopater   - a Seleucid governor in Asia Minor, early 3rd century B.C.
281/25 a letter from Seleucus to Sopater, concerning the city of Athymbri

  Sopater 2   of Paphos - a dramatist, writer of parodies, 3rd century B.C.
272/6 The death of the writer Sopater of Paphos.
    Within translations:
Athen_3.101 thin the oven. And Sopater says in his Hippolytus & But
Athen_4.175 is called nablas; which Sopater the parodist, in his dram
Athen_4.176 (A) The reed. And Sopater, in his Bacchis, says - & And
Athen_11.784 used in Alexandria, as Sopater the parodist says- & A
Athen_14.644 ood for mortal men. And Sopater the farce-writer, in his
Athen_14.649 of Clearchus. But Sopater the farce writer, in his drama
Athen_14.656 their age the same. And Sopater the farce-writer speaks

  Sopater 3   of Halicya - a Sicilian in the time of Verres, 1st century B.C.
71/45 ding Epicrates, Heius, Heraclius, Philocrates, Sopater and Sosippus.

  Sopater 4   of Argos - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 28 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_213 race 188th [28 B.C.] - Sopater of Argos, stadion race

  Sopater 5   - a Jewish envoy, 1st century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.241 sendeth greeting. Sopater, the ambassador of Hyrcanus the

  Sopater   - in documents
SelPap_1.150 perity. {Addressed} Deliver to Sopatros from his brot
Syll_597 (c. 205-200)   Apollo]. [Menekrates] and Sopatros of Thebes [made
Syll_602 (200-190)   of Eileithyia. Sopatros of Demetrias, the son of T
Syll_669 (166-147)   y of the council; and Sopatros of Anaktorion, the
Syll_690 (c. 135)   f Thebes, the son of Sopatros → inscription
THI_67 (c. 208)   Pergamon, the son of Sopatros Makron of Pergamon,

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