Doris   - in ancient sources @

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  Doris   - a region of central Greece
Wikipedia entry
  + Metropolis
268/2 The Aetolians annex the Aenianians and Doris.
205/1 of Xanthus to an appeal for aid from the town of Cytenium in Doris.
    Within translations:
SEG_38.1476 (206/5)   of the cities of the Metropolis to be obliterated,
Syll_399 (278/7)   rians] of the Metropolis : Teisias of Kytinion,

  Doris 2   of Locris - the mother of Dionysius II, tyrant of Syracuse
Athen_12.541 was his metropolis, (for Doris his mother was a Locrian

  Doris 3   - the wife of Herodes, and mother of Antipater
Joseph:AJ_14.300 nation, whose name was Doris, by whom he had his eldest
Joseph:BJ_01.241 blood, who was called Doris, of whom he begat Antipater
Joseph:BJ_1.432 erusalem, whose name was Doris, and married Mariamme, the
Joseph:BJ_1.433 hed Antipater the son of Doris from the city, for the sake

  Doris 4   - daughter of Oceanus; wife of Nereus
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_14.28 [Th. 233] of how Doris the daughter of Oceanus bore fifte

  Doris   - in documents
DioscEpigr_5.55 & Having stretched out Doris the rose-bottomed on top

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