J. F. Healey
Aretas, the name of several kings of the *Nabataeans (Nabataean Aramaic form ḥrtt).
reigned in the early 2nd cent.
William Nassau Weech, Brian Herbert Warmington, and R. J. A. Wilson
Chaeremon of *Alexandria (1), where he held a priesthood: Greek writer on Egypt. He taught the young *Nero. His writings treated Egyptian history, religion, customs, astrology, and hieroglyphic writings. A Stoic viewpoint is visible.
Dorothy J. Thompson
John Frederick Drinkwater
Iulius Philippus, Marcus, Roman emperor 244–9
Stories that Philippus engineered the death of Gordian III, and was a Christian (see