Hierax   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hierax   of Antioch - a parasite of Ptolemy VIII
116/5 The parasite Hierax of Antioch is put to death by Ptolemy.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.252 ries [ Fr_4 ], says that Hierax of Antioch, who used forme
Diod_33.3 the government of Antioch to Hierax and Diodotus. [4]
Diod_33.22 But his general Hierax, being an expert soldier, and
Poseidon_4 [56.K] & Athen_6.252'e & Hierax of Antioch, a parasite of

  Hierax   - in documents
SelPap_1.41 (05)   . . ., and from Hierax son of Tithoes and Papus so
SelPap_2.242 son of Harpaesis son of Hierax (?) and sacrificed in
SelPap_2.254 order of the strategus Hierax by two guards with
SelPap_2.303 of . . . son of Hierax, of the village of Pois in
SelPap_2.313 Harpocration also called Hierax, royal scribe of the
SelPap_2.337 Hierax, strategus of the Oxyr

Hieraxsee Antiochus15

Hieraxsee Horus

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