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Antiochus I Soter
Antiochus I Soter Silver coin of Antiochus I. The reverse shows Apollo seated on an ... The Greek inscription reads ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ (king Antiochus). Antiochus I Soter (i.e. "Saviour") ( ...
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Antiochus I Soter   (translated from Dutch)
Antiochus I Soter Antiochus ISoter Koning of Seleucidenrijk Period 280 - 261 v. Chr. Predecessor Seleucus I Nicator Continuator Antiochus II Theos Father Seleucus I Nicator ...
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Antiochus Antiochus is the name of thirteen kings of the Seleucid dynasty: Antiochus I Soter Antiochus II Theos Antiochus III the Great ...
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Antiochus   (translated from Dutch)
Antiochus Antiochus (Greek Antíochos) is the name of a ... dynasty of Seleuciden . This way we distinguish: Antiochus I Soter Antiochus II Theos Antiochus III large Antiochus ...
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Attalus I
Attalus I Bust of Attalus I, circa 200 BCE Attalus I (Soter "Savior") (269 BCE–197 BCE) 1 ruled ... cousin and the adoptive son of Eumenes I 2 , whom he succeeded, and was the ... dynasty, and Eumenes, the father of Eumenes I, Philetaerus' successor; he is mentioned, along ...
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Euthydemus I
Euthydemus I Coin depicting the Greco-Bactrian king Euthydemus ... 208 BC when he was attacked by Antiochus III the Great, whom he tried in ... in the fortified city of Bactra, before Antiochus finally decided to recognize the new ruler ... also relate that Euthydemus negotiated peace with Antiochus III by suggesting that he deserved credit ... Parthia, whose ruler had been defeated by Antiochus the Great. These territories possibly are ...
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Diodotus I
Diodotus I The founder of the Greco-Bactrian kingdom ... Diodotus, Seleucid satrap of Bactria, rebelled against Antiochus II (about 255 BC) and became the ... Euthydemus (Polyb. xi. 34, 2). Of Diodotus I we possess gold and silver coins, which imitate the coins of Antiochus II; on these he sometimes calls himself ... Bactria and India (Brit. Mus.). Preceded by:Antiochus II (Seleucid Empire) Greco-Bactrian Ruler ...
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Artaxias I
Artaxias I Artaxias I (also called Artaxes or Artashes, Armenian: Արտաշես ... the satrap of Armenia for Seleucid king Antiochus III. Following his monarch's defeat by ... took refuge there at his court when Antiochus could not protect him any longer. Artaxias was taken captive by Antiochus IV Epiphanes when he attacked Armenia ...
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Laodice I
Laodice I Laodice I was the first wife, and likely the cousin, of Antiochus II Theos of the Seleucid dynasty. He ... heir. When Ptolemy died in 246 BC, Antiochus took Laodice back; but Antiochus himself died immediately thereafter (she is ...
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Antiochus Theos
Antiochus Theos Antiochus I Theos Dikaios Epiphanes Philorhomaios Philhellen (69–40 BC ... and currently inhabited largely by ethnic Kurds. Antiochus was the son of king Mithradates I Callinicus and the Seleucid princess Laodice, ...
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