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Ptolemy (Ancient Greek: Πτολεμαίος, Romanized: Ptolemaios) is an ancient Greek male given name. It became popular in Egypt when Ptolemy I founded the Ptolemaic Dynasty. Ptolemy may refer to:

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  • Ptolemy Keraunos, King of Macedon. Son of Ptolemy I.
  • Ptolemy Andromachou, illegitimate son of Ptolemy II.
  • Ptolemy Eupator, King of Cyprus. Son of Ptolemy VI.
  • Ptolemy, second son of Ptolemy VI. Possibly identical to Ptolemy VII.
  • Ptolemy Memphites, Prince of Egypt. Son of Ptolemy VIII. Possibly identical to Ptolemy VII.
  • Ptolemy Apion, King of Cyrene. Son of Ptolemy VIII.
  • Ptolemy of Cyprus, King of Cyprus. Son of Ptolemy IX.
  • Ptolemy Philadelphos, King of Syria. Son of Cleopatra VII and Mark Antony.
  • Ptolemy of Mauretania, King of Mauretania. Son of Juba II of Mauretania and Cleopatra Selene II (daughter of Cleopatra VII and Mark Antony).
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