Antigone   - in ancient sources @

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  Antigone   - daughter of Philippus and Berenice; wife of Pyrrhus
296/1 Pyrrhus marries Antigone, the daughter of Berenice, and returns to

  Antigone 2   - an Egyptian woman; daughter of Alcetas and wife of Asclapon
143/1a of a court at Crocodopolis in a case between Asclapon and Antigone.

  Antigone 3   - daughter of Oedipus and Iocasta
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AnthPal_9.216 will tell me of Antigone's piety, but her brothers were
Athen_7.280 the tragic poet, in his Antigone [ 1165 ], had uttered
Athen_12.547 eaking as follows in his Antigone [ 1165 ] - & For when
DioscEpigr_7.37 she?" & A. "Say Antigone if you wish, or say Electra

  Antigone 4   - a girl loved by the poet Marcus Argentarius
MArgent_5.128 sweet lips to mine I clasped Antigone close with naught
MArgent_5.63 63] & { G-P 3 } & Antigone, I used to think you were Sici
MArgent_6.333 tell me that delightful Antigone is coming to my chamber?
MArgent_11.320 G-P 34 } & Philostratus loved Antigone. He was poorer by

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