"A long stay in this strong perfume will be bad for him," whispered Ptolemaeus to the freedman.
When Ptolemaeus—for so he was called—had, in reply to the question, "who is that?"
But Ptolemaeus wishes to leave Diodoros quite undisturbed till daybreak.
I have worked in the quarries, and I have drunk Massic wine beneath a golden awning in a vessel of my own like a Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemaeus, , m., a name borne by the kings of Egypt after the time of Alexander the Great.
They flashed high above Ptolemaeus, a crater ninety miles in diameter rimmed by walls three thousand feet high.
He spotted the Crater of Ptolemaeus first, near the center-line of the disc.
I can easily relieve you of the company of Favorinus and Ptolemaeus; send them to meet the Emperor.