List of persons

The symbol # refers to persons mentioned elsewhere in this list.
Father-son relationships are marked, when provided by the texts, only for non-royal agents.
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A

Aetos
Citizen of Aspendos and Nagidos; son of #Apollonios and father of #Thraseas; Ptolemaic strategos in Kilikia

Akios
Ambassador of #Antigonos Monophthalmos to the city of Skepsis

Antigonos (I) Monophthalmos
One of the Diadochs bearing the royal title between 306/5 and 302/1 BC
External resources: TM People    

Andromenes
Ambassador of the city of Arsinoein Kilikia      
     
Antiochos III
Seleucid King (ruled: 223-187 BC)
External resources: Seleucid Genealogy; Seleukid Traces

Apollodoros
Citizen of Pergamon; possibibly a magistrate; author of a dedication to #Attalos I

Apollodotos
Father of #Apollonios (2)

Apollonios (1)
Father of #Aetos; probably a citizen of Aspendos

Apollonios (2)
Son of #Apollodotos; probably a citizen of Herakleia near Latmos
          
Aristokles (1)
Citizen of Alexandria; father of #Aristokles (2)
          
Aristokles (2)
Citizen of Alexandria; son of #Aristokles (1); author of a dedication to #Arsinoe Philadelphos in Chytroi       

Aristolochos
Probably an ambassador of Herakleia near Latmos to #Antiochos III
          
Arsinoe II
Queen of Macedon (301-280 BC) and of Egypt (c. 279 or 274-270)
External resources: TM People   
          
Arsinoe III
Ptolemaic queen (ruled: 220-204 BC)
External resources: TM People   

Artemidoros (1)
Ambassador of the city of Sardis to #Antiochos III

Artemidoros (2)
Father of #Hermias (2); citizen of Iasos

Astiades
Son of #Hekatonymos; prytanis in Iasos

Attalos I
Attalid king (ruled: 241-197)

Augustus
Roman emperor (ruled: 27 BC - 14 AD)


B
      
Baton
Father of the anonymous donor of a dedication to #Ptolemy II and #Arsinoe Philadelphos in Thera

Berenike I
Ptolemaic queen (ruled: 246-221 BC)
External resources: TM People  
         
Berenike II
Ptolemaic queen (ruled: 246-221 BC)
External resources: TM People         


C

Cassander
King of Macedon (ruled: 305-297 BC)         

Chairemon
Father of the anonymous donor of a dedication to #Ptolemy IV and #Arsinoe III in Ephesos


D

Deinokrates
Father of #Dionysodoros

Demetrios Poliorketes

King of Macedon (ruled: 194-288 BC)

Diokles
Probably the president of the Basilistai in Thera; author of a dedication in the local sanctuary of the Egyptian gods
External resources: TM People  

Dionysios
Son of #Menekles; citizen of Iasos

Dionysodoros

Citizen of Sikyon; son of #Deinokrates; admiral, top negotiator and member of the court of #Attalos I; author of a dedication to #Attalos I in Pergamon

Diopeithes
Father of #Hekataios; citizen of Iasos

E

Eumenes II
Attalid king (ruled: 197-159)


G

Gaios
Roman citizen; father of #Leukios


H

Hekataios
Son of #Diopeithes; prytanis in Iasos

Hekatonymos
Father of #Astiades; citizen of Iasos

Herakleides

Son of #Sokrates; citizen of Sardis; proposer of the decree concerning the publication of the dossier about the honours for #Laodike (III); ambassador to the queen

Hermias (1)
Nesiarch of the League of the Islanders; founder of the festival Philadelpheia on Delos
External resources: Trismegistos People

Hermias (2)
Son of #Artemidoros (2); prytanis in Iasos

Hermokrates

Son of #Theodotos; prytanis in Iasos

Herodes
President of the association of the Boukoloi in Pergamon; author of a dedication to #Augustus

Hierokles
Father of #Kydias and #Menoitios (1); citizen of Iasos


K

Kydias
Son of #Hierokles; stephanephoros in Iasos


L

Laodike (III)
Seleucid queen (ruled: 221-191 BC)       

Leosthenes
Citizen of Arsinoein Kilikia; president of the people's assembly

Leukios
Son of #Gaios, Roman; commander of the Ptolemaic garrison at Itanos; author of a dedication to #Ptolemy IV and #Arsinoe III

Lysimachos
King of Thrace and Macedon (ruled: 305-281 BC)


M

Menedemos
Father of #Menoitios (2); citizen of Iasos

Menekles
Father of #Dionysios; citizen of Iasos

Meniskos
Frather of #Themistagoras; citizen of Alexandria
External resources: TM People

Menoitios (1)
Son of #Hierokles; member and president of the prytany in Iasos

Menoitios (2)
Son of #Menedemos; prytanis in Iasos

Metris
Priestess of the Great Mother at Mamurt Kale (near Pergamon); author of a dedication to #Attalos I

Metrodoros

Ambassador of the city of Sardisto #Laodike (III) and #Antiochos III          

Metrophanes
Ambassador of the city of Sardisto #Laodike (III) and #Antiochos III

Moschion
Ambassador of the city of Sardis to #Antiochos III       


P

Philippos
Son of #Antigonos Monophthalmos

Philotheos
Ambassador of the city of Arsinoein Kilikia     

Pindaros
Son of #Sopatos; prytanis in Iasos

Ptolemaios
Son of #Thraseas; strategos of Koile Syria and Phoenicia under #Ptolemy V and #Antiochos III

Ptolemy I
Ptolemaic King (ruled: 305/4-283/2 BC)
External resources: TM People  

Ptolemy II
Ptolemaic King (ruled: 285/4-246 BC)
External resources: TM People        

Ptolemy III
Ptolemaic King (ruled: 246-221 BC)
External resources: TM People  

Ptolemy IV
Ptolemaic King (ruled: 221-205/4 BC
External resources: TM People  

Ptolemy V
Ptolemaic King (ruled: 205/4-180 BC
External resources: TM People  


S

Sokrates
Father of #Herakleides; probably the same person as the ambassador of the city of Sardis to #Laodike (III)

Sopatros
Father of #Pindaros; citizen of Iasos

Soterios

Magistrate at Itanos


T

Theodotos 
Father of #Hermokrates; citizen of Iasos

Themistagoras
Son of #Meniskos; Alexandrian citizen; artist
External resources: TM People

Thraseas

Citizen of Alexandriaand Athens; son of #Aetos and father of #Ptolemaios; strategos of Kilikia under #Ptolemy III and of Koile Syria and Phoenicia under #Ptolemy IV
External resources: TM People 


Z

Zeuxis
Governor of Asia Minor under #Antiochos III



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