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SELEUCIDAE.

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exhibits their [E. H. Bl.

SELEUCIDAE.

SELEUCIDAE, kings of Syria, so called from Cheir progenitor Seleucus I., the founder of the

monarchy. The following genealogy.

STEMMA SELEUCIDARUM.

Antiochus, general of Philip m. Laodice.

selbucus 1. nicatoh. died b. c. 281. married,

1. Apama, d. of Spitamenes.

2. Stratonice, d. of Demetrius I., k. of Macedonia.

Phila,

m. Antigonus Gonatas, k. of Macedonia.

antiochus I. soteb, d. b. c. 261, m. Stratonice, his stepmother.

Apama, m. Magas, k. of Cyrene.

antiochus II. theos, d. b. c. 246, married

Stratonice, m. Demetrius II. k. of Macedonia.

1 Laodice, d. of Achaeus.

2. Berenice,

d. of Ptolemy Philadelphia, k. of Egypt.

an infant son.

seleucus II. cailinicus, d. b.c. 226.. rn. Laodice, sister of Andromachus

antiochus hierax, d. b.c. 227, m. a daughter of Zielas, k. of Bithynia.

Stratonice, m. Mithridates IV., k. of Pontus.

Stratonice (?)

m. A narathes III.,

k. of Cappadoda.

seleucus III. ceraunus, d. b.c. 223, unmarried.

antiochus III. the great, d. b.c. 187, m. Laodice, d. of Mithridates IV., k. of Pontus.

Ill 1

Antiochus, Ardys, Mithridates, * ski.bucus IV.

| antiochus IV.

Laodice,

Cleopatra,

Antiochis,

Anothei

d. b.c. 193, d. young. d. young. Philopator, in. Laodice, d. b.c. 175, m.

epiphanes, d. b.c. 164, wife

m. her brother

betrothed to Ptolemy

m. Ariara-thes IV.,

daughter, name

his sister.

(his sister

unknown.

Antiochus.

Epiphanes.

k. of Cap-

unknown.

Laodice ?)

1

padocia.

1 1 demetrius I. soter. Laodice.

antiochus V.

Laodice,

d. b.c.

150, wife m. Perseus, k.

eupator,

proclaimed

unknown. of Macedonia.

d. b.c. 162,

queen by the

unmarried.

Romans with

Alexander

Bala.

antiochus VII.*

SlDETES,

d. b.c. 128. m. Cleopatra, his brother's wife.

demetrius II.

nicator, d. b.c. 125, m. Cleopatra, d. of Ptolemy Philo-metor, k. of Egypt.

seleucus V. put to death by his mother, b.c. 125.

antiochus VIII grvpus, d. b.c. 96, m. Tryphaena, d. of Ptolemy Physcon,

Antiochus.

Seleucus,

taken prisoner

by the Par-

thians.

antiochus IX.

cyzicenus, d. b.c. 95, m. Cleopatra, d. of Ptolemy Physcon

Two daughters,

both named

Laodice.

demetrius III.

EUCAERUS.

ANTrOCHUS XII. DlONYSIUS.

antiochus X.

eusebes, m. Cleopatra Selene, daughter of Ptolemy Physcon.

antiochus XI.

epiphanes,

m. Cleopatra Selene, daughter

of Ptolemy Physcon,

d. b.c. 93. (?)

seleucus VI.

epiphanes,

d. b.c. 94.

philip, d. b.c. 83. (?)

antiochus XIII.

ASIATICUS,

last king of Syria,

dethroned by Pompey, b.c. 65.

* Antiochus VI. had no connection with the race of the Seleucidae, and is consequently omitted in this table, as well as his lather Alexander BaUi, and Alexander Zebina, both of whom were mere pretenders.

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