Phila - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- sister of Derdas, and wife of Philippus II
med Cynna; and he also married Phila, a sister of Derdas
of Thebes - a courtesan, 4th century B.C.
Isthmias, & Neaera too, and Phila, grew quite rotten.
ora in the Peiraeus, and Phila at Eleusis, whom he bought
Anteia, Stratola, Aristocleia, Phila, Isthmias, and Neaera
lay, he kept another, Phila, a Theban girl whom he rans
- daughter of Antipater, and wife of Demetrius Poliorcetes
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ply bases, and Menedemus captures a ship sent by Phila to Demetrius.
third cup in honour now & Of Phila Aphrodite. Hail, my
emetrius Poliorcetes and Phila the daughter of Antipater,
(306-301) e honours for queen Phila have been completed, in
orld, Craterus turned to Phila the daughter of Antipater,
he paid most respect to Phila, because she was the daught
letters from his wife Phila, together with some robes
years between him and Phila, and afterwards fall into
the daughter of Demetrius by Phila. He had, indeed, alre
had married his daughter Phila, and had a son by her to
Cassandreia, where his wife Phila was. Nothing could
ice, the sister of Phila, received him at Miletus, having
whom he had by his wife Phila; two sons of the name of
(304-301) staying with queen Phila and has been appointed as
- daughter of Demetrius Poliorcetes and Lamia
he had a daughter named Phila? And Polemon, in his treati
- daughter of Seleucus, and wife of Antigonus Gonatas
ander of Aetolia to Macedonia, at the time of his marriage to Phila.
by Stratonice, who was called Phila. Seleucus continued
(277-239) this statue of queen Phila, the daughter of [king]
and he was married to Phila, the daughter of Seleucus
Macedonia and his wife Phila, and he was a contemporary
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