List of divine names/epithets


   
A 

Akraia
Epiclesis of #Aphrodite, evoked together with Arsinoe (II), in Alexandria or Cape Zephyrion

Anubis
       
Aphrodite

Apollo

Artemis

Athena  


D

Dionysos


E

Epiphanes
Epiclesis of Ptolemy V (often with Theos) documented in PHRC at Soloi-Mersinaki

Euastes
epiclesis of #Dionysos in a dedication of the Bakchoi in Pergamon

Euergetes
Epiclesis of Eumenes II in Pergamon

       

G

Genethlios
Epiclesis of #Zeus in Sardis

   
H

Herakles

Hermes

Hestia

Homonoia

   
I

Isis


K

Kyrios tou topou
Epiclesis of Achaios the Elder at Baba Kome, Lykos Valley

L

Leto
       

M

Megas
Title of Antiochos III, also used in dedications

   
N

Naias
Local nymph assotiated with Arsinoe II in Chytroi

Neilos


O

Olympios
Epiclesis of #Zeus in Alexandria

   


Panthe(i)os
Epiclesis of #Hestia and possibly of #Zeus in Alexandria

Philadelphos
Standard epiclesis of the deceased and deified Arsinoe II, mentioned alone or (only for the period 270-246 BC) together with the living king Ptolemy II. Only in Egypt, it rarely appears in the compound formula #Thea Philadelphos
       
Philopator
Standard epiclesis of Ptolemy IV and Arsinoe III
           
Polias
Epiclesis of #Athena at Itanos
   

S

Sarapis

Sebastos
Epiclesis of Augustus at Pergamon

Skirtos (Satyr)

Soter
Epiclesis of Achaios the Elder at #Baba Kome, Lykos Valley
Epiclesis of Attalos I in Pergamon and Herakleia on Latmos; epiclesis of #Eumenes II in Pergamon

Synomosios
Epiclesis of #Zeus in Alexandria
   
   
T

Thea Philadelphos
Epiclesis of Arsinoe II. It occurs in Egypt as a rare alternative to the simple epithet #Philadelphos

Theoi Adelphoi
Standard epiclesis of Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II as a royal and divine couple

Theoi Euergetai
Standard epiclesis of Ptolemy III and Berenike II as a royal and divine couple

Theoi Eusebeis
Exceptional epiclesis of Ptolemy IV and Arsinoe III in an inscription from Alexandria, probably revealing an Egyptian influence

Theoi Philopatores
Standard epiclesis of Ptolemy IV and Arsinoe III as a royal and divine couple

Theoi Soteres
Standard epiclesis of Ptolemy I and Berenike I as a couple of Ptolemaic divine royal ancestors
Epiclesis of Sarapis and Isis in Ptolemaic Egypt, after Ptolemy IV's victory at Raphia (217 BC)
  
Thyone (= Semele)
   
Z

Zeus



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FNRS project no. 98368 (2017-2020)
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