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Arsinoë (Ancient Greek: Ἀρσινόη, Romanized: Arsinoi) is an ancient Greek female given name. It was held by several royal family members of the Ptolemaic Dynasty. Arsinoë may refer to:

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Places[]

  • Crocodilopolis, renamed Arsinoë by Ptolemy II.
  • Ephesus, rebuilt and named Arsinoë by Ptolemy II.
  • Arsinoë, Red Sea port city in the Golf of Suez. Founded by Ptolemy II.
  • Arsinoë, colonial city in Cyrenaica. Founded by Ptolemy II.
  • Arsinoë Epideires, colonial Red Sea port city in modern-day Eritrea. Founded by Ptolemy II.
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