Manes   - in ancient sources @

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  Manes   - the slave of Diogenes the Cynic
Athen_6.263 For no one then had any Manes, no, & Nor home-born slaves
Teles_41 ge, as Diogenes says, if Manes {his slave} could live with

  Manes   - in documents
AnthPal_7.179 nouncing on the stone my name, Manes, a Persian. Because
Anyte_7.538 This man when alive was Manes, & but now he is dead he
SelPap_1.102 (Late 2nd cent.)   cultivator at Kerkesephis, to Manes son of Petosir
THI_119 (334-300)   tenced: Tyios son of Manes son of Saplas Strombos s

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