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  Menelaus   - the brother of Agamemnon; an ancient king of Sparta
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.232 Helen, which had been given by Menelaus. For the god had
Athen_6.236 he makes him wounded by Menelaus in the belly, as Demetri
Athen_6.257 ] that Athene inspired Menelaus, so vigorous and fearles
Athen_13.556 concubine as living with Menelaus, though he has given wiv
Cic:Brut_50 the present. For Menelaus himself, though said by Homer
Eupolemus_2 who lived in the time of Menelaus (who was during the Troj
Euseb]:Chron_63 this time] Agamemnon and Menelaus the Mycenaeans sailed
Lucill_11.278 the woes of Paris and Menelaus, having at home plenty
Plut:Demetr_45 he found there. Menelaus, in one of his tragedies of
Polyaen_01.13.1 with the Thessalians. [13] & Menelaus. While Menelaus
Vit:Arat_5 16.20 ] & and & Nor you, Menelaus [ Iliad 4.127 ] Followin

  Menelaus 2   - the brother of Ptolemy I of Egypt
Wikipedia entry
315/26 out Myrmidon, Polycleitus, Menelaus, and Seleucus to attack Antigon
306/5 Demetrius defeats Menelaus and begins to besiege Salamis.
306/13 ius takes control of Cyprus, but allows Menelaus to escape to Egypt.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.539 And Leonnatus and Menelaus, who were very fond of hunting
Just_15.2 Ptolemy, his brother Menelaus, and his friends, with
Plut:Demetr_15 met in battle with Menelaus, brother to Ptolemy, and
Polyaen_04.7.7 ossessed and defended by Menelaus, a general of Ptolemy

  Menelaus 3   - a friend of Lysimachus
Athen_14.614 ends were Peucestes, and Menelaus, and Oxythemis." But whe

  Menelaus 4   - Jewish high priest from 171 to 163 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Onias
171/18 Onias (also known as Menelaus) becomes the Jewish high priest.
170/7 Menelaus persuades the regent Andronicus to murder Onias at Daphne.
169/12 Lysimachus the brother of Menelaus is killed in a riot at Jerusalem.
168/27 Jason attacks Menelaus, who appeals for help to Antiochus.
163/30 The Jewish high priest Menelaus is put to death by Antiochus.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_440 ias, who was also called Menelaus, became the 15th high
ChronPasc_464 years. 15. Onias, also called Menelaus, for 7 years. 16.
ChronPasc_509 years. 15. Onias, also called Menelaus, was high priest
ExcBarb_36A sus for 6 years, another Onias for 7 years, and Jannaeus
Hieron:Chron_1845 out he installed Onias, called Menelaus, as his successor.
Hieron:Chron_1857 for 3 years. After Menelaus the high priest of the Jews,
Joseph:AJ_12.238 her, whose name also was Onias; for Simon had these three
Joseph:AJ_12.240 Jason; and by that means Menelaus and the sons of Tobias
Joseph:AJ_* 12.383-387 * est, who was also called Menelaus; [384] for Lysias advise
Joseph:AJ_20.235 of his army, deprived Onias, who was also called Menela

  Menelaus 5   of Marathus - a greek rhetorician, 2nd century B.C.
Cic:Brut_100 art of it, for employing Menelaus of Marathon, and several

  Menelaus 6   - an Alexandrian envoy, 1st century B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_261 tants of Alexandria sent Menelaus and Lampon and Callimand

  Menelaus 7   - the father of Amyntas III of Macedonia
Just_7.4 myntas, the son of his brother Menelaus. This prince was

  Menelaus 8   - the son of Amyntas III of Macedonia
Just_7.4 ygaea Archelaus, Aridaeus, and Menelaus. Subsequently he

  Menelaus   - in documents
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   lon Nikanor son of Chytron Menelaos son of Aleximac
SelPap_2.271 (Early 2nd cent.)   om Senesis daughter of Menelaus, inhabitant of Oxyr

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