- Saint, pope a.d. 166?–175?.
- surnamed Soter, 367?–280 b.c., ruler of Egypt 323–285: founder of Macedonian dynasty in Egypt.
- Soter, king of Pergamum 241–197 b.c.
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He was the son of Antiochus that was called Soter, who died in Parthia.The Antiquities of the Jews
In the times of Soter and Philadelphus, there would be no such forgeries tendered.
He was a poet, who, with others, had been employed by Soter in the education of his children.
After these victories he was worshipped by the Athenians as a tutelary deity under the title of Soter (“Preserver”).
Dionysius likewise mentions the public reading of the Epistle of Soter to the Corinthians.Supernatural Religion, Vol. I. (of III)
Walter Richard Cassels
- called Ptolemy Soter. ?367–283 bc, king of Egypt (323–285 bc), a general of Alexander the Great, who obtained Egypt on Alexander's death and founded the Ptolemaic dynasty: his capital Alexandria became the centre of Greek culture
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