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  Ptolemais   - a city on the coast of Phoenicia; the modern Acre
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152/2 Alexander Balas captures Ptolemais.
145/25 Jonathan meets Demetrius at Ptolemais, and wins his support.
143/13 Tryphon lures Jonathan to Ptolemais and captures him.
103/3 Lathyrus comes to the aid of Ptolemais against Alexander Jannaeus.
70/23 Tigranes captures Ptolemais, but is soon afterwards recalled home by
30/15 Herodes receives Octavianus and his army at Ptolemais.
    Within translations:
3Macc_7 hey had arrived at Ptolemais, called "rose-bearing" becaus
Aristeas_115 and Gaza, as well as at Ptolemais which was founded by
Aristeas_117 to the people of [117] Ptolemais it issues into another
Athen_08.333 etrius, near the city of Ptolemais, and when Sarpedon, bei
Diog_Laert_07.41 For Diogenes of Ptolemais begins with ethics; but Apoll
Joseph:AJ_12.331 that the inhabitants of Ptolemais, and of Tyre and Sidon,
Joseph:AJ_12.334 hem to the very gates of Ptolemais, and slew about three
Joseph:AJ_12.350 against the people of Ptolemais, and Judas himself, and
Joseph:AJ_13.35 up into Syria, and took Ptolemais the soldiers within hav
Joseph:AJ_13.37 that Alexander was in Ptolemais, he took his whole army
Joseph:AJ_* 13.81-83 * coming to meet him at Ptolemais, and desired that he
Joseph:AJ_13.106 But as Ptolemy was at Ptolemais, he was very near to
Joseph:AJ_13.123 come to him quickly to Ptolemais: [124] upon which Jonat
Joseph:AJ_* 13.190-192 * him, and go with him to Ptolemais, for that he would deli
Joseph:AJ_13.203 But Tryphon removed from Ptolemais with a great army, and
Joseph:AJ_13.268 Cleopatra his wife, to Ptolemais; but his wife would not
Joseph:AJ_* 13.324-333 * an expedition against Ptolemais; and having overcome
Joseph:AJ_13.336 upon him, and besieged Ptolemais, because it would not
Joseph:AJ_13.347 olemaeus also took Ptolemais by force, as we have declared
Joseph:AJ_13.350 revolted, she came to Ptolemais; and because the people
Joseph:AJ_13.353 the garrison that was in Ptolemais by siege, as well as
Joseph:AJ_13.419 that as he was besieging Ptolemais; [420] for Selene the
Joseph:AJ_13.421 ur. But as soon as Ptolemais was taken, news came to Tigra
Joseph:AJ_14.333 but the Sidonians and those of Ptolemais received him. How
Joseph:AJ_14.394 sailed out of Italy to Ptolemais, and had got together
Joseph:AJ_14.452 ion, and with these he came to Ptolemais. He also marched
Joseph:BJ_01.49 wile, as he was going to Ptolemais to Antiochus, with a
Joseph:BJ_01.116 with his troops about Ptolemais, and besieged Cleopatra
Joseph:BJ_01.249 corus, although those of Ptolemais and Sidon had received
Joseph:BJ_01.290 Italy, and was come to Ptolemais; and as soon as he had
Joseph:BJ_1.394 reviewing his army about Ptolemais, and feasted him with
Joseph:BJ_1.422 polis, and Damascus, and Ptolemais; he built a wall about

  Ptolemais 2   Theron - an Egyptian city on the coast of the Red Sea
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269/5 the cities of Philotera and Ptolemais in the country of the Troglody
    Within translations:
Inscr_16 (c. 264)   a great city { Ptolemais Thērōn } to the
Inscr_85 (late 3rd century)   ght us to the port of Ptolemais, steering us with y

  Ptolemais 3   Hermeiou - a city in Upper Egypt
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OGIS_49 (c. 246-222)   a citizen of the city of Ptolemais. He and his d
OGIS_50 (c. 269-246)   l towards the city of Ptolemais and the artists of
SEG_46.2120 (257)   of Epeiph; Rhodon of Ptolemais, son of Lysimachos,

  Ptolemais 4   - a city in Aetolia, Greece
Syll_545 (206/5)   Kallipolis, Nikarchos of Ptolemais, Leon of . . .,

  Ptolemais 5   - a tribe of citizens in Alexandria
Vit:ApRhod_1 lexandria, and belonged to the Ptolemais tribe. He was the

  Ptolemais 6   - daughter of Ptolemy I; wife of Demetrius
Plut:Demetr_32 agreed that he should marry Ptolemais, the daughter of
Plut:Demetr_46 having brought with her Ptolemais, a daughter she had by
Plut:Demetr_53 woman; the other was by Ptolemais, and came to be king


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