Magas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Cyrene, early 3rd century B.C.
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Magas becomes governor of Cyrene.
Magas marries Apame, the daughter of Antiochus.
Magas invades Egypt, but is soon forced to return home.
Magas seizes Philemon but lets him go unharmed, after being attacked
Magas, the king of Cyrene, dies of over-eating.
ory of Europe, says that Magas, who was king of Cyrene for
acedonians, and the latter [to Magas?]. When he died, he
(c. 238) the daughter of king Magas [D] Queen Arsino&
(300-261) [alliance] with king Magas on the same terms as tha
the same time died Magas, king of Cyrene, who, before he
had made in the walls.  & Magas. When Magas left
return. & When Magas captured Paraetonium, he order
- brother of Ptolemy IV, king of Egypt
Ptolemy sends his son Magas to lead Egyptian forces in Asia Minor.
The murder of Magas, the brother of Ptolemy, and his mother Bereni
(c. 238) tolemaios [H] Magas of Macedonia, the son of
γας Magas υτο
afraid of his brother Magas, who, through his mother's
fatally scalded Magas, the brother of Philopator, in
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