XVI.g.) But the most likely identification is Ptolemy II
. Cheshire thoroughly reviews the evidence suggesting the correctness of that identification.
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The wireless I/O port is one type of the Ptolemy II
I/O ports and it is designed to send and receive wireless signals.
Cleopatra began to regain the territories of Ptolemy II
Philadelphos in 37 BC, when Antonius awarded her Phoenicia, Coele Syria and Cyprus, as well as parts of Cilicia, Judaea and Arabia Nabataea.
Like many of his contemporaries, he used the social climate of growing Hellenistic cosmopolitanism to forge a distinguished career in Alexandria, probably during the rule of Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II
. He was educated under Praxagoras, (12) a prominent physician of the Hippocratic school, in all likelihood at the school's centre on the island of Cos.
He had previously been identified as Ptolemy II
: see Svoronos 1904, p.
What did the attempt to reunite all of human culture (paideia) in one and the same place, in the analogical form of all the books ever written, signify for Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II
(10) Compare Callimachus, hymn 4.167 [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (the realm of Ptolemy II
So Ptolemy is emphasizing his claim to leadership over the Greeks.(33) This claim or even assertion of leadership can be found in the reigns of both Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II
. The first Ptolemy announced himself to be the champion of Greek freedom, the second is praised by the court poet Theocritus for the extent of his rule outside Egypt, and praised by the League of the Islands of the Aegean for all the benefits he has given the islands and the rest of the Greeks.(34) At the time of the Chremonidean War the Athenians described Ptolemy II
as following the policy of his ancestor by showing his enthusiasm for the common freedom of the Greeks.(35) In these statements they were echoing the image Ptolemy II
was himself projecting.
He was appointed by Ptolemy II
Philadelphus, Macedonian king of Egypt, to arrange and catalog the tragedies in the library at Alexandria.
He and his son, Ptolemy II
(308-246 B.C.), made the Museum the largest and most important of all the ancient universities.
Taposiris temple Taposiris Magna - Wikipedia Taposiris Temple was established by Pharaoh Ptolemy II
Philadelphus between 280 and 270 BCE.