Eirene - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Greek goddess of Peace
→ Wikipedia entry
time, they set up an altar of Eirene ["Peace"]. (?) Book
- daughter of Ptolemy I and Thais
us, and a daughter named Eirenê, who was married to
- mistress of Ptolemy "the Son"
Ephesus, had a mistress named Eirene. And she, when plots
- mother of Aeschylis, 3rd century B.C.
on account of his concubine Eirenē.  & After
- concubine of Ptolemy VIII
ment of the vow of her mother, Eirene. &  & Who art
- in documents
(186) ArsinoŽ Philadelphus was Eirene, the daughter of
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