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TM Nam 1

Stable URI (with TM Nam ID): www.trismegistos.org/name/1
Standard variants

Greek: Ἀπολλώνιος

Egyptian: ȝpwlnys

Latin: Apollonius

Coptic: ⲁⲡⲟⲗⲗⲱⲛⲓⲟⲥ

Gender: Male

Linguistic origins: Greek

Compound: DN-ιος

Translation: The one of Apollon

Principal element(s): Apollon

Type: theophoric

Bibliography: Demotisches Namenbuch p. 12-14; p. 51; p. 54

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7016 attestations of 4238 individuals in documentary texts from Egypt (= Ref level)

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Chronological overview of attestations of the name Apollonios

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Ref ID Publication Attestation Appears as Provenance (text) Date
222998SB 1 2101, 7ἈπολλώνιοςpersonGreece, Sporades - Thasos [found & written]BC 799 - AD 799?
214474O. Bodl. 1 381 descr., descr.Ἀπολλώ(νιος)personEgypt, U04b - Thebes (?) [found & written]BC 399 - 1
214463O. Bodl. 1 376 descr., descr.Ἀπολλώ(νιος)personEgypt, U04b - Thebes (?) [found & written]BC 399 - 1
368282O. Petrie Mus. 89, col. 2, 6Ἀ̣πο̣λλώ(νιος)personEgypt, U04b - Thebes [found & written]BC 399 - 1
15177O. Wilcken 2 1262, 1[Ἀ]πολλώνιοςpersonEgypt, U04b - Dios Polis (Thebes east) [found & written]BC 399 - 1