Protarchus   - in ancient sources @

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  Protarchus   - an Egyptian tax-collector, 3rd century B.C.
228/10 PHib_66, a letter from Protarchus to Cleitarchus.

  Protarchus 2   - an Egyptian merchant, father of Alexander Balas, 2nd century B.C.
Just_39.1 son of a merchant named Protarchus, to claim the throne

  Protarchus   - in documents
Alcaeus_12.29 29] & { G-P 7 } & Protarchus is fair and does not wish
CIL_1.1142 lotica. CIL_1 .1142 Latin Text Protarchus, public sl
OGIS_130 (c. 143/2)   poeris son of Petesis Protarchos son of Protarchos
SelPap_1.16 (13)   To Protarchus from Isidora
SelPap_1.3 (13)   To Protarchus from Thermion daug
SelPap_1.41 (05)   To Protarchus from Dionysia daug
SelPap_1.6 (13)   To Protarchus from Zois daughte
Syll_322 abis Aristokrates son of Protarchos Dionysios son of A
Syll_565 (203/2)   e [Mnasitheos], Athambos, Protarchos, Philinos and
Syll_566 (203/2)   were Mnasitheos, Athambos, Protarchos, Philinos
Theodorid_6.224 Dionysius son of Protarchus dedicated me as a plaything
THI_132 (c. 266)   ymphon] son of Protarchos, who was appointed by the
THI_64 (263-236)   terios,     Protarchos of Eretria the son
THI_98 (250-200)   ughter of Theotimides Protarchos son of Aristolocho

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