Magi   - in ancient sources @

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  Magi   - a caste of wise men in Persia and surrounding areas
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  + Magus
ExcBarb_51B stus, on 1st January the Magi brought him gifts and worshi
ExcBarb_52A had been tricked by the Magi, he sent out his murderers
Just_1.10 [1.10] & & The Magi being slain, the glory of the nobl
Just_1.9 named Prexaspes, one of the Magi. But in the meantime,
Just_12.13 the world, one of the Magi warned him "not to enter the
Lucian:Macr_4 Also the so-called Magi, a prophetic caste consecrated to
Polyaen_7.10.1 After killing the Magi, who had usurped the government
Polyaen_7.11.2 ans agreed to attack the Magi by night, he suggested that
Porph:Fr_40 of Cyrus, Smerdes the Magus, who married Pantaptes the
POxy_1380 p~isis_hymns.html#6 sians Latina ; among the Magi Korē, Thapseusis; at

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