Ophellas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Ophellas   - Macedonian governor of Cyrene, killed in 308 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Ophelias
322/14 Ophellas, the general of Ptolemy, defeats Thibron and gains contro
308/3 Ophellas, the Macedonian governor of Cyrene, brings an army to help
308/13 Agathocles murders Ophellas and wins over his army.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9   been entrusted to him by Ophelias a Macedonian, whom Ptole
Just_22.7   Among these was Ophellas, king of Cyrene, who, grasping
Oros_4.6   revolted. Among the latter was Afellas, the king of Cyrene, who
Plut:Demetr_14   es, who was the widow of Ophellas king of Cyrene, and had
Polyaen_5.3.4   to escape. Ophellas of Cyrene was advancing with

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