Apollonius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.
of Epidaurus - victor in the double race at the Olympic games, 296 B.C.
the Nemean games. Apollonius of Alexandria, in the double
- the father of the philosopher Chrysippus
Apollonius the father of Chrysippus moves from Tarsus to Soli.
hrysippus was the son of Apollonius, and a native of eithe
of Rhodes - Greek poet; author of the "Argonautica"
→ Wikipedia entry
Apollonius composes a first version of his "Argonautica", but it
pRhod_, the "Argonautica" of Apollonius, written while he was staying
the library at Alexandria; Apollonius is appointed to be his succes
General remarks on the life of the poet Apollonius of Rhodes.
Soter, Sosigenes, Bion, Apollonius, Dion; and the king,
elles of Byzantium, then Apollonius of Alexandria, the so-
tus APOLLONIUS OF RHODES Apollonius wrote the Argonautica,
Nicander Aeantides - or Apollonius, who wrote the Argonau
some put in his place Apollonius, who wrote the Argonau
- dioecetes of Egypt in the reign of Ptolemy II
→ Wikipedia entry
PSI_324, a letter from Apollonius to Apollodotus, about imports
n_59012, the valuation at Pelusium of goods imported by Apollonius.
PAmh_33'28+, a letter from Ptolemy II to Apollonius.
PCZen_59021, a letter from Demetrius to Apollonius.
PSI_328, a letter from the priests of Aphrodite to Apollonius.
PCZen_59034, a petition from Zoilus to Apollonius.
two letters from Tubias to Apollonius, recording gifts made by Tubi
PLond_1954, a petition to Apollonius from the farmers of his estate
record of the amounts of oil assigned to the retinue of Apollonius.
PCZen_1.59154, a letter from Apollonius to Zenon.
PCZen_59202, a letter from Apollonius to Zenon about a brewery.
SelPap_1.90A, a letter from Apollonius about envoys from Paerisades.
Bagnall_100, a letter from Apollonius to Demetrius about wood for
Apollonius dismisses Zenon from his post as estate manager.
PCZen_59341, a petition from Theopropus to Apollonius.
dedication to various gods at Coptus by the dioecetes Apollonius.
PYale_36, a letter from Apollonius to Leon.
a note of what I require, as Apollonius thought I o
unian, in the service of Apollonius the dioecetes, a B
unian, in the service of Apollonius the dioecetes,
r-ring. For though Apollonius wrote to me to buy and
too am well and Apollonius is in good health and other
10. Corrected in the office of Apollonius the dioece
To Apollonius the dioecetes greeting
nes the money-carrier, [.] for Apollonius the dioec
see to it that he pays them to Apollonius as I have
- an admiral in charge of the Syrian fleet at Side
odians defeat a Syrian fleet led by Hannibal and Apollonius at Side.
"the eidograph"; director of the library at Alexandria
Apollonius the eidograph ("compiler") is the successor of Aris
starchus is the successor of Apollonius the eidograph as head
- a general of Antiochus IV of Syria
Antiochus IV sends Apollonius as his representative to a coronation
Apollonius, the general of Antiochus, suppresses his opponents in Jer
Judas defeats a Syrian force led by Apollonius.
it. So he came to Apollonius, governor of Syria, Phoenici
ry. So he went to Apollonius, the governor of Syria, Phoe
at Jerusalem, fled to Apollonius the governor of Phoeni
aviour, to give order to Apollonius, the governor of this
sent the like epistle to Apollonius, the governor of that
 When Apollonius, the general of the Samaritan
- a Macedonian in Egypt, who cultivated a vineyard near Philadelphia
PRyl_583, the lease of a vineyard to Apollonius.
- commander of the Egyptian garrison on Thera
OGIS_59, a letter from Ptolemy VI to Apollonius.
(163) A] King Ptolemaios to Apollonios, greetings.
- a Macedonian in Egypt; son of Glaucias and brother of Ptolemy
_1.14, a petition of Ptolemy on behalf of his brother Apollonius.
SelPap_1.100, a letter from Apollonius to his brother Ptolemy.
- an Academic philosopher, second century B.C.
The death of Apollonius, an Academic philosopher.
64/3]. Last of all Apollonius, the pupil of Telecles, [die
- a general of Demetrius II of Syria
Jonathan defeats Apollonius, the general of Demetrius.
 He also left Apollonius Daus governor of Coele Syria
Joseph:AJ_* 13.91-94 *
rison in the city put there by Apollonius.  But when
hen Alexander heard that Apollonius, the general of his
of Alabanda - a teacher of rhetoric, second century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
its a famous teacher of rhetoric, Apollonius of Alabanda, at Rhodes.
- a royal scribe in Egypt, second century B.C.
Teb_30'10-21, a letter from Ptolemy and Hestiaeus to Apollonius.
PTeb_35, a letter from Apollonius fixing the price of myrrh.
- son of Alexander; a Jewish envoy in the 2nd century B.C.
son of Dositheus, and Apollonius, the son of Alexander,
son of Theodotus, and Apollonius, the son of Alexander,
Molon - a teacher of rhetoric, first century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
Apollonius Molon addresses the senate, who restore control of the Cau
Cicero regularly listens to Molon during his stay in Rome.
Cicero studies rhetoric under Apollonius Molon in Rhodes.
Caesar takes lessons in rhetoric from Apollonius Molon at Rhodes.
Apollonius Molon allegedly commits outrages against women and childre
cquired in the school of Molon in Rhodes,) and of a free
attended the lectures of Molon the Rhodian, who was newly
ding the instructions of Molon; who came to Rome, while
applied myself again to Molon, whom I had heard before
es, Aristocles, Philagrius and Molon. But those who wanted
erials, I mean Poseidonius and Apollonius Molon. On the
of Oxyrrhyncus - an Egyptian, son of Ischyrion
POxy_1628, a lease of land to Apollonius, near Sepho.
of Panormus - a victim of Verres
Verres sends Apollonius of Panormus to prison on a fictitious charge.
of Epidaurus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 33 A.D.
race 203rd [33 A.D.] - Apollonius of Epidaurus, stadion
of Alexandria - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 93 A.D.
race 218th [93 A.D.] - Apollonius of Alexandria, or Heli
- son of Sotades; a poet of the 3rd century B.C.
and so was the son of Sotades, Apollonius. This latter als
- follower of Herophilus; a writer on medicine, (?) 1st century A.D.
particular places, as Apollonius, the follower of Herop
- a parasite of Antiochus Grypus
of a man whose name was Apollonius, as having been the
[74.K] & Athen_6.246'd & Apollonius is a parasite of Antio
Arbichis - a resident of Oxyrhyncus, Egypt, 1st century B.C.
629, a contract between Theon and Apollonius Arbichis at Oxyrhyncus.
of Tyre - a Stoic philosopher, 1st century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
work on Lives. And Apollonius, the Tyrian, says that he
But Hecaton, and Apollonius of Tyre, in the first book
and it is reported by Apollonius, the Tyrian, in his
without an answer." Apollonius of Tyre tells us, that
two years old. But Apollonius says that he presided over
- a general of the rebel slaves in Italy, 2nd century B.C.
Lucullus bribed Apollonius, Vettius' general, to betray
- son of Theron; an Egyptian official, early 2nd century B.C.
OGIS_100, a statue of Apollonius at Bubastis.
- in documents
SelPap_1.65, recording a loan from Demetria to Apollonius.
lave of Gaius and Gnaeus Apollonius Laelius slave of Q
ippus, slave of Marcus Plautus Apollonius, slave of Qu
(215/4) on son of Dionysios, Apollonios son of Hierokles, a
(202/1) Apollonios son of Apollonios,
(267) . son of Thyssos; since Apollonios of . . . the
(235/4) ong with his father Apollonios, he showed himself a
(early 2nd century) g race for men: Apollonios of Ephesos, the s
(173-169) ogenes second: Apollonios of Smyrna, the son
(c. 208) the son of Aris...es Apollonios of Kolophon, the
(late 3rd century) Aischylos Demetrios Apollonios Demetrios Simos Pole
(174-172) tice Demetrios son of Apollonios, secretary Menneas
(c. 143/2) nios Dionysios son of Apollonios Philammon son of P
(97/6) , the god Philometor; Apollonios son of Ischyrion,
(32) es Symmachos, Eumenes, Apollonios son of Chares and
(285-247) cated to king Ptolemaios by Apollonios son of Apoll
(? 159) s: since the overseer Apollonios son of Meleagros,
(163) menes Ladamos Apollonios son of Koiranos Sim
(182) erion. [B] When Apollonios son of Diogenes was step
(c. 301-298) the year when Apollonios son of Democharis was
(238-221) ce Aëtos son of Apollonios, citizen of Aspe
(c. 250) ople; Poses, son of Apollonius, put a proposal of t
(late 3rd century) Skepsis, the son of Apollonios Zoïlos of Rhoit
Eudaemonis to her son Apollonius a greeting.
Taus to Apollonius her lord
lena the mother of Apollonius asks (?) you to keep her
his friend Gemellus, to Apollonius, writer of shorth
Saturnilus to my lord Apollonius greeting. Fi
from Didyma daughter of Apollonius, Persian, having
tter to Horina sister of Apollonius, of Coptos, from
called Tasoucharion with Apollonius son of Apollonius
ia, through her guardian Apollonius, from Aselas so
lamps for the wedding of Apollonius, 40 dr.; to Tho
victory for Sarapammon son of Apollonius. . . . Give
Philiscus son of Apollonius, Persian of the Epigone,
Apion, with her guardian Apollonius son of Chaereas,
Apollonius son of Hephaestion
rdian of the children of Apollonius also called Did
Chaeremon son of Apollonius, Persian of the Epigone,
rhynchus, have leased to Apollonius son of Horus, of
of Lurius also called Apollonius, aged about 20 ye
Aurelius Phiosarapis son of Apollonius, witness. I,
ather Petesouchus son of Apollonius, and that neither
and Ptolemy and Apollonius, all three sons of Diony
to Heracleides son of Apollonius son of Chaeremon,
Dionysius son of Apollonius, Gazaean, in the servic
Apollonius son of Sarapion
his brothers Ptolemy and Apollonius greeting. If
laudius Barbillus, Apollonius son of Artemidorus, Chae
Apollonius to the epistatae in
Olympiodorus, advocate, Apollonius son of Heraclapol
eus, and Heracles son of Apollonius, all five weaver
Antonius son of Apollonius appeared and stated thr
of Dionysius and Apollonius son of Glycon having
Eudaemon a guardian ? Apollonius the younger said
usband Aurelius Phileas son of Apollonius, greeting. I
To Apollonius, one of the first frie
Rammius Martialis from Apollonius, strategus of the
ius Longinus also called Apollonius, priest, exegete
the idiologus Claudius Apollonius, about authorizi
name of Lucius Aurelius Apollonius and his son Lucius
To Aurelius Apollonius also called Dionys
Signed by me, Apollonius also called
ghter of Marcus Aurelius Apollonius son of Demetrius
elphia from Heron son of Apollonius, registered in the
To Apollonius, strategus of the
holdings of Ademas and Apollonius 12 arurae, of w
ent. I, Aurelius Rufion son of Apollonius . . . have w
sowing of the 4th year, Apollonius the keeper of the
Aurelius Zoilus, son of Apollonius and of Aurelia Ach
To Heracleides son of Apollonius . . talen
Apollonius, strategus, to Ak
Diogenes, Dionysius, and Apollonius, strategi of the A
his most honoured friend Apollonius, strategus of the
agoranomi of Oxyrhynchus from Apollonius son of Ptole
Aurelius Apollonius also called Eudae
;thos son of Poseidonios Apollonios son of Hierokles A
(304/3) Rhodes, the son of Apollonios, on account of the
(302) thers Hippodamas and Apollonios have continually a
(? 277-275) , namely Simos son of Apollonios Phyrson son of Iat
(soon after 235/4) s Agasias of Thessaly Apollonios of Aetolia Kallid
(204/3) Kalymna, the son of Apollonios, both for himself
(204) Athens, the son of Apollonios, while he has been at
(197-175) Athens, the son of Apollonios * * * When the a
(c. 196-192) os Kallikrates son of Apollonios Parrhasios son of
(201/0) hares son of Apollonios Eunomidas son of Deinon
(193) kles, Orestas Chians: Apollonios Magnesians: Kte
(early 2nd cent.) the prytaneis: since Apollonios of Miletos, the
(155/4) Pallene, the son of Apollonios Dionysios of Hermos,
(161/0) ebes . . . with Apollonios son of Euktaios, of the
(112/1) son of Demo... Apollonios son of Alexon Lykomedes s
← Search for another name
This page © Andrew Smith, 2016 :
Attalus' home page