Ophellas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Macedonian governor of Cyrene, killed in 308 B.C.
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Ophellas, the general of Ptolemy, defeats Thibron and gains contro
Ophellas, the Macedonian governor of Cyrene, brings an army to help
Agathocles murders Ophellas and wins over his army.
been entrusted to him by Ophelias a Macedonian, whom Ptole
Among these was Ophellas, king of Cyrene, who, grasping
revolted. Among the latter was Afellas, the king of Cyrene, who
es, who was the widow of Ophellas king of Cyrene, and had
to escape. Ophellas of Cyrene was advancing with
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