The name Ptolemy or Ptolemaeus comes from the Ancient Greek Ptolemaios, which seems to mean warlike or son of war.
In the works of Harry Turtledove, Ptolemy may refer to:
- Ptolemy, historical Roman mathematician, who formulated the geocentric model of the solar system. He is posthumously referenced in "But It Does Move".
- Ptolemy I of Egypt, historical general of Alexander the Great and founder of the Ptolemaic Dynasty in Egypt. He plays a role in the Hellenic Traders series.
- Ptolemy II of Egypt, historical son of Ptolemy I. He plays a role in the Hellenic Traders series.
- Ptolemy III of Egypt, historical member of the Ptolemaic Dynasty, son of Ptolemy II and grandson of Ptolemy I. He is referenced in "Two Thieves".
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