feminine Eliodora

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hḗlios dôron > Hêliódôros
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Hêliódôros (Ήλιόδωσος),” composed of two elements: “hḗlios ‎(ἥλιος)” (sun, east, day, sunshine) plus “dôron ‎(δῶρον)” (gift). In turn, the name means “gift of the sun God Helios.” 1) Heliodorus of Athens was an ancient author who wrote fifteen books on the Acropolis of Athens, possibly about 150 BC. 2) Heliodorus was a legate of Seleucus IV Philopator (~187–175 BC). Some historical sources say that he assassinated Seleucus and seized the throne for himself, before Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the brother of the late king, with the help of the Pergamon monarch, Eumenes II, recovered it. 3) Heliodorus was an Indo-Greek ambassador sent to the court of King Bhagabhadra by Antialcidas (Indo-Greek King of Taxila) in 113 BC. He is known for building a pillar called the “Khamb Baba” or “Heliodurus Pillar,” which still exists in Vidisha, India, near Bhopal, India.



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