Zenodorus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Zenodorus   - son of Lysanias; a Syrian dynast, who died in 20 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_15.344   cause: [344]   One Zenodorus had hired what was
Joseph:AJ_15.349   [349] Hereupon Zenodorus was grieved, in the first
Joseph:AJ_15.355   upon by the encouragement of Zenodorus, who took an oath that
Joseph:AJ_15.359   Herod at this time; for Zenodorus's belly burst, and a great
Joseph:BJ_1.398-400 *   the following occasion: Zenodorus, who had hired the doma
Joseph:BJ_1.399   ose men, and took it away from Zenodorus. Caesar did also

  Zenodorus   - in documents
PCairZen_59367 down the river to see Zenodoros about the farm and to
PCairZen_59367b well, have sailed down to see Zenodoros . . . FROM
PCairZen_59368 that it may be given to Zenodoros , who was apparently
SelPap_1.69 Dioscorus son of Zenodorus, Persians of the Epigone

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