Alexas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Alexas   of Heracleia (in Lucania) - became a Roman citizen in the first century B.C.
95/13 P.Crassus grants Roman citizenship to Alexas of Heracleia.

  Alexas 2   - a Greek poet
Athen_14.620 Pyres the Milesian, and Alexas, and other poets of the

  Alexas 3   - a friend of M.Antonius
Joseph:AJ_15.197   not put to death one Alexander, who had been a companion

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Joseph:BJ_1.393   not put to death one Alexander, who had been a companion
Joseph:BJ_1.393   desired him to forgive Alexas, one of Antonius's frie


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