Memphites   - in ancient sources @

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  Memphites   - son of Ptolemy VIII; murdered in 130 B.C.
144/8 The coronation of Ptolemy VIII and the birth of Memphites.
130/8 Ptolemy VII murders his son Memphites.
    Within translations:
Diod_33.13   and he called the boy Memphites, because he was born
Diod_34.14   in Cyprus; the son was called Memphites, and was still
OGIS_144   (c. 131/0) olemaios, son of king Ptolemaios Euergetes, dedicated this stat
ValMax_9.2e.5   He caused his own son Memphites, whom he had by Cleopatra

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