Caesarion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Caesarion   - the son of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar
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46/56 Cleopatra and her son Caesarion come to stay in Rome, with the approv
44/105 Caesarion, the son of Cleopatra, is offically recognised as joint kin
30/31 ranges the household of Antonius; Caesarion and Antyllus are killed.
    Within translations:
Inscr_3 (41)   a { VII } and her son Caesar, in the year 11, the
Inscr_5 hea Philopator, and king Ptolemaios, who is also Cae
Malal_217 a son, whom she called Caesarion - so Julius Caesar cons
NicDam_130.68 him a son, named Cyrus [(?) Caesarion], there. This he
OGIS_129 (c. 42-30)   bly Cleopatra VII and Caesarion who ordered this de
OGIS_194 (39)   Philopator, [and of] Ptolemy also called Caesar, th


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