Berossus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- author of a History of Babylonia, 3rd century B.C.
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Berosus opens a school of astrology on the island of Cos.
Berossus_, the "Babyloniaca" of Berossus, a Babylonian priest.
self tells us. And Berosus, in the first book of his Histo
first kings That is what Berossus relates in his first boo
Now will tell what Berossus wrote in the first book of his
Alexander Polyhistor, is what Berossus says in his first
their names from the book of Berossus. These kings reign
Persian kings Just as Berossus gives a brief account
various points. Berossus shall be witness to what I say:
I will set down Berossus' own words, which are as follow
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