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6903317412219480702976. Bedwig TROJANS-[68331],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Seskef (Sechif) TROJANS -[68332].

Bedwig married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3451658706109740351488       i.   Hwala (Hivala) TROJANS -[68330]


6903317888230607290368. Ceraint Feddw+ -[68281],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of (Berwyn Trivia -[68282], was born in <B.C. 600>.

General Notes: Ceraint Feddw, an irreclaimable drunkard, deposed by his subjects forsetting fire just before harvest to the cornfields of Siluria, nowMonmouthshire.

Ceraint married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3451658944115303645184       i.   Brywlais -[68280]


6903317888230607487488. Naum -[69562],2,7,8,9,73 son of Esli -[69563].

Naum married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3451658944115303743744       i.   Amos -[69561]


6903317888231662419968. Owain Or Eugein Ap AVALLACH-[68125],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Avallach Ap AMALECH -[68147] and Mrs. Avallach Ap AMALECH -[63784].

Owain married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3451658944115831209984       i.   Brychwain (Brithguein) Ap OWAIN -[68126]


6903319189090283290624. Fionn (Finn) IRELAND Prince-[68471],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Fionnlogh IRELAND Prince -[68472].

Fionn married Benla -[68474] [MRIN:40421] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3451659594545141645312       i.   Eochaidh+ Fiedhleach IRELAND King 93 -[68473]


6903319189090283290625. Benla -[68474] 2,7,8,9,72.,73

Benla married Fionn (Finn) IRELAND Prince -[68471] [MRIN:40421] 2,7,8,9.,73

6991316057021715841024. Jehoiakim+ (Eliakim) King Judah-[68468],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Josiah (Jehoahaz) King Judah -[68469], was born <602> in <Became King At Age 8>.

General Notes: Jehoiakim became King at 25 years of age. He burned all of the recordedrevelations of The Prophet, Jeremiah.

Jehoiakim+ married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3495658028510857920512       i.   Jehoichin King Judah -[68467]


6991316065783449124864. Clodomir II SICAMBRI King-[68428],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of King, Antenor SICAMBRI III -[68404], died in B.C. 123.

Clodomir married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

3495658032891724562432       i.   Merodachus SICAMBRI King -[68427] (died in B.C. 95)


6991363763641539100672. King, Antenor SICAMBRI-[61396],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Clodius SICAMBRI -[61397], was born about B.C. 143.

Noted events in his life were:

Reign: King Of The Sicambrians.

Antenor married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

3495681881820769550336       i.   King, Clodomir SICAMBRI II -[61395] (born about B.C. 123)


6991363764384568442880. Vingener THRACE-[62067],2,7,8,9,60 son of Vingethor THRACE -[62068], was born in B.C. 1019.

Vingener married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

3495681882192284221440       i.   Moda THRACE -[62066] (born in B.C. 949)


6991364169417450323968. King, Elydno DRUID-[61850],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Clydawc DRUID -[61851], was born about B.C. 450 in Wales.

Noted events in his life were:

Reign: King Of The Druids.

Elydno married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

3495682084708725161984       i.   King, Gwrgust DRUID -[61849] (born about B.C. 430 . christened King Of The Druids)


6991364169434629406720. King, Aenghus Tuirmheach IRELAND-[61087],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Eochaidh Ailtleathan IRELAND -[61088], was born about B.C. 400 in Ireland and died in B.C. 324 in Slain In Tare, Ireland at age 76.

Noted events in his life were:

Reign: Between B.C. 384 and 324, King Of Ireland.

Aenghus married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

3495682084717314703360       i.   King, Enna Aigneach IRELAND -[61086] (born about B.C. 360 in Ireland - died in B.C. 288 in Ireland)


8264285460759710793728. Merodacus -[80297],2,7,8,9,89 son of II CLODIMIR -[80302], died in B.C. 95.

General Notes: 1 _UID DCC822363FB5574C8E205840FA09CFAD58CD

Merodacus married 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 5549DE52B498FF4F8006B6114DB524DCB7D4

The child from this marriage was:

4132142730379855396864       i.   Cassander -[80279] (died in B.C. 74)


8264820878392216780800. BEOUMAN -[31342],2,7,8,9,43 son of Heber SCUTT -[31343], died.

BEOUMAN married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4132410439196108390400       i.   OGHAMAN -[31341] (died)


8264821467730482823168. Dedad King Of DAL RIATA-[28803],2,7,8,9,43 son of Sin King Of DAL RIATA -[28804], died.

Dedad married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4132410733865241411584       i.   Iar King Of DAL RIATA -[28802] (died)


8264988125690033340416. Muireadach Bolgach King Of IRELAND-[59183],2,7,8,9,43 son of Simon Breac King Of IRELAND -[28327], died 892 B.C in Killed By Eadhua Dearg.

Muireadach married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4132494062845016670208       i.   Fiachagh Tolgrach King Of IRELAND -[59192] (died 795 B.C in Slain By Oilioll Fionn, Ruled 11 Years)


8264988125716226768896. Aeneas Of TROY-[27536],2,7,8,9,43 son of Anchises Of TROY -[27547] and APHRODITE -[27548], was born in 1177 BC.

Noted events in his life were:

Title (Facts Pg): King Of Latium.

Aeneas married Creusa Of TROY -[27537] [MRIN:14986] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4132494062858113384448       i.   Iulius Ascanius Of Troy King Of Alba LONGA -[27535] (born in 1220 BC - died in 1137 BC)


8264988125716226768897. Creusa Of TROY-[27537],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Priam King Of TROY -[27515] and HECUBA -[27538], was born in 1260 BC.

Creusa married Aeneas Of TROY -[27536] [MRIN:14986] 2,7,8,9.,43

8264988125716340015104. Iulius Ascanius Of Troy King Of Alba LONGA-[27535],2,7,8,9,43,414 son of Aeneas Of TROY -[27536] and Creusa Of TROY -[27537], was born in 1220 BC and died in 1137 BC.

Iulius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9179705777016941838336. Bassanus Magnus King & Priest Of The SICAMBRI-[11780],2,7,8,9,23 son of Diocles King Of SICAMBRI -[11781], was born in 304 BC - Sicambri and died in D. Abt. 250 B.C..

General Notes: Built the city of Bassanburg, now called Aix la Chapelle. Disappeared inabout 250 BC.

Bassanus married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589852888508470919168       i.   Clodimir I Of The SICAMBRI\FRANKS -[11779] (born in 269 BC - Sicambri - died in 232 BC - Sicambri)


9179705777017076056064. Conly Caem King Of IRELAND-[17750],2,7,8,9,23 son of Irereo King Of IRELAND -[17749].

Conly married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589852888508538028032       i.   Olioll Cas-Fiaclach King Of IRELAND -[17751]


9179706826191552938056. Mithradates III King Of PONTUS-[18212],2,7,8,9,23 son of Mithradates II Of PONTUS -[18213] and Laodice Of SYRIA -[19396], died in Abt. 185 BC.

Mithradates married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853413095776469028       i.   Pharnaces I King Of PONTUS -[18211] (died in Abt. 170 BC)


9179706826191552938058. Artioches Of SYRIA-[18409],2,7,8,9,23 son of Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] and Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280].

Artioches married Laodice Of SYRIA -[18410] [MRIN:9761], daughter of Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] and Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853413095776469029       i.   Nysa Of SYRIA -[18411]

Artioches next married Laodice Of SYRIA -[19403] [MRIN:9762] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853413095776469029       i.   Nysa Of SYRIA -[18411]


9179706826191552938059. Laodice Of SYRIA-[19403],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] and Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280].

Laodice married Artioches Of SYRIA -[18409] [MRIN:9762] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938060. Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA-[18279],2,7,8,9,23 son of Seleucus II 'Kallinikos' King Of SYRIA -[18275] and Laodice II Of SYRIA -[18277], was born in Abt. 242 BC and died in Abt. 4 Jun. 187 BC, Susa, Syria.

General Notes: Byname ANTIOCHUS THE GREAT, Greek ANTIOCHUS MEGAS Seleucid king of theHellenistic Syrian Empire from 223 BC to 187, who rebuilt the empire inthe East but failed in his attempt to challenge Roman ascendancy inEurope and Asia Minor. He reformed the empire administratively byreducing the provinces in size, established a ruler cult (with himselfand his consort Laodice as divine), and
improved relations with neighbouring countries by giving his daughters inmarriage to their princes.
The son of Seleucus II, Antiochus succeeded his brother Seleucus III asking. He retained from the previous administration, Hermias as chiefminister, Achaeus as governor of Asia Minor, and Molon and his brother,Alexander, as governors of the eastern provinces, Media and Persis.

In the following year, when Molon rebelled and assumed the title of king,Antiochus abandoned a campaign against Egypt for the conquest of southernSyria, on the advice of Hermias, and marched against Molon, defeating himin 220 BC on the far bank of the Tigris and also conquering Atropatene,the northwestern part of Media. Shortly thereafter he had Hermias killedand was thus rid of most of the influences from the previousadministration. In the same year, Achaeus set himself up as king in AsiaMinor, but a mutiny in his army kept him from attacking Antiochus.

Antiochus was now free to conduct what has been called the Fourth SyrianWar (219-216), during which he gained control of the important easternMediterranean sea ports of Seleucia-in-Pieria, Tyre, and Ptolemais. In218 he held Coele Syria (Lebanon), Palestine, and Phoenicia.

In 217 he engaged an army (numbering 75,000) of Ptolemy IV Philopator, apharaoh of the Hellenistic dynasty ruling Egypt, at Raphia, thesouthernmost city in Syria. His own troops numbered 68,000. Though hesucceeded in routing the left wing of the Egyptian army, his phalanx(heavily armed infantry in close ranks) in the centre was defeated by anewly formed Egyptian phalanx. In the subsequent peace settlement,Antiochus gave up all his conquests except the city ofSeleucia-in-Pieria.

After the Syrian war, he proceeded against the rebel Achaeus. In alliancewith Attalus I of Pergamum, Antiochus captured Achaeus in 213 in hiscapital, Sardis, and had him executed in a barbaric manner.
After the pacification of Asia Minor he entered upon his later to befamous eastward campaign (212-205), pressing forward as far as India. In212 he gave his sister Antiochis in marriage to King Xerxes of Armenia,who acknowledged his suzerainty and paid him tribute. He occupiedHecatompylos (southeast of the Caspian Sea), the capital of the Parthianking Arsaces III, and forced him to enter into an alliance in 209 and thefollowing year defeated Euthydemus of Bactria, though he allowed him tocontinue to rule and retain his royal title. In 206 he marched across theHindu Kush into the Kabul Valley and renewed a
friendship with the Indian king Sophagasenos.

Returning westward via the Iranian provinces of Arachosia, Drangiana, andCarmania, he arrived in Persis in 205 and received tribute of 500 talentsof silver from the citizens of Gerrha, a mercantile state on the eastcoast of the Persian Gulf. Having established a magnificent system ofvassal states in the East, Antiochus now adopted the ancient Achaemenidtitle of "great king," and the Greeks, comparing him to Alexander theGreat, surnamed him also "the Great."

After the death of Ptolemy IV, Antiochus concluded a secret treaty withPhilip V, ruler of the Hellenistic kingdom of Macedonia, in which the twoplotted the division of the Ptolemaic empire outside Egypt. Antiochus'share was to be southern Syria, Lycia, Cilicia, and Cyprus; Philip was tohave western Asia Minor and the Cyclades. Antiochus invaded Coele Syria,defeated the Ptolemaic general Scopas at Panion near the source of theJordan River in the year 200, gained control of Palestine, and grantedspecial rights to the Jewish temple state. But Philip, marching along theDardanelles, became involved in a war with Rhodes and Pergamum, both ofwhom appealed to Rome for help against Macedonia, informing Rome of thealliance between the two Hellenistic kings. Rome intervened decisively inthe system of Hellenistic states. Philip was defeated by the Romans inthe Second Macedonian War (200-196), and Antiochus refused to help him.Instead, taking advantage of the Romans' involvement with Philip,Antiochus marched against Egypt. Though the Romans had sent ambassadorsto Ptolemy V, they could not lend him any serious assistance. When peacewas concluded in 195, Antiochus came permanently into possession ofsouthern Syria--which had been fought over for 100 years by the Ptolemiesand Seleucids--and of the Egyptian territories in Asia Minor. He alsogave his daughter Cleopatra in marriage to Ptolemy V. Egypt practicallybecame a Seleucid protectorate.

In his insatiable expansionist drive, Antiochus occupied parts of thekingdom of Pergamum in 198 and in 197 Greek cities in Asia Minor. In 196BC he crossed the Hellespont into Thrace, where he claimed sovereigntyover territory that had been won by Seleucus I in the year 281BC. A warof harassment and diplomacy with Rome ensued. A number of times theRomans sent ambassadors demanding that Antiochus stay out of Europe andset free all the autonomous communities in Asia Minor. To meet thesedemands would have meant the actual dissolution of the western part ofthe Seleucid Empire, and Antiochus thus refused. Tensions with Romeincreased further when the great Carthaginian general Hannibal, who hadfled from Carthage in the aftermath of defeat by the Romans in the SecondPunic War, found refuge with Antiochus in 195 BC and became his adviser.

Antiochus offered an alliance to Philip of Macedonia, whom he hadpreviously forsaken, but was rebuffed. Philip, Rhodes, Pergamum, and theAchaean League joined Rome. Only the Aetolians, discontent with Rome'sgrowing influence in Greece, called upon Antiochus to be their liberatorand appointed him commander in chief of their league. Relying on themAntiochus landed in Demetrias in the autumn of 192 with only 10,500 menand occupied Euboea. But he found little support in central Greece.
In 191 the Romans, numbering more than 20,000, cut him off from hisreinforcements in Thrace and outflanked his position at the pass ofThermopylae (in Greece). With the remainder of his troops Antiochus fledto Chalcis on Euboea and from there by sea to Ephesus; his fleet waswiped out by the combined naval forces of Rome, Rhodes, and Pergamum.Meeting no resistance, the Roman army crossed the Hellespont in 190.Antiochus was now eager to negotiate on the basis of Rome's previousdemands, but the Romans insisted that he first evacuate the region westof the Taurus Mountains. When Antiochus refused, he was decisivelydefeated in the Battle of Magnesia near Mt. Sipylus, where he fought witha heterogeneous army of 70,000 men against an army of 30,000 Romans andtheir allies.
Although he could have continued the war in the eastern provinces, herenounced all claim to his conquests in Europe and in Asia Minor west ofthe Taurus at the peace treaty of Apamea. He also was obliged to pay anindemnity of 15,000 talents over a period of 12 years, surrender hiselephants and his fleet, and furnish hostages, including his sonAntiochus IV. His kingdom was now reduced to Syria, Mesopotamia, andwestern Iran. In 187 Antiochus was murdered in a Baal temple near Susa,where he was exacting tribute in order to obtain much needed revenue.
Source: www.eb.com

Antiochus married Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280] [MRIN:9688] 2,7,8,9.,23

Children from this marriage were:

                            i.   Antiochis Of SYRIA -[18281].

4589853413095776469030      ii.   Antiochus IV 'Epiphanes' King Of SYRIA -[18298] (born in Abt. 215 BC - died in Abt. 164 BC, Tabae, Iran)

4589853413095776469037     iii.   Cleopatra I Of SYRIA -[18359]

                           iv.   Seleucus IV 'Philopator' King Of SYRIA -[18370] was born in Abt. 222 BC and died in Abt. 175 BC.

9179706826191552938058       v.   Artioches Of SYRIA -[18409]

                           vi.   Laodice Of SYRIA -[18410].

9179706826191552938059     vii.   Laodice Of SYRIA -[19403]


9179706826191552938061. Laodice III Of PONTUS-[18280],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Mithradates II Of PONTUS -[18213] and Laodice Of SYRIA -[19396].

Laodice married Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] [MRIN:9688] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938064. Seleucus IV 'Philopator' King Of SYRIA-[18370],2,7,8,9,23 son of Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] and Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280], was born in Abt. 222 BC and died in Abt. 175 BC.

Seleucus married Laodice IV Of MACEDONIA -[18371] [MRIN:9745] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853413095776469032       i.   Demetrius I Soter King Of SYRIA -[18367] (born in Abt. 186 BC - died in Abt. 150 BC)


9179706826191552938065. Laodice IV Of MACEDONIA-[18371],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Philip V King Of MACEDONIA -[18372] and Polycrateia Of ARGOS -[18382].

Laodice married Seleucus IV 'Philopator' King Of SYRIA -[18370] [MRIN:9745] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938068. Euergetes Ptolemy III King Of EGYPT-[18354],2,7,8,9,23 son of Philadelphus Ptolemy II Of EGYPT -[18347] and Arsinoe II Of MACEDONIA -[18348], was born in Abt. 282 BC, Egypt and died in Abt. 222 BC.

General Notes: Ptolemy III Euergeter I was the third ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty. Hewas the son of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and Arsinoe II and was married toBerenike, his sister. During the Third Syrian War of Ptolemy III, hediscovered the main port in the Axumite kingdom, which was very importantto the trade of ivory. He died in 222 BC.
Source: Egyptian Ministry of Tourism
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Macedonian king of Egypt, son of Ptolemy II; he reunited Egypt andCyrenaica and successfully waged the Third Syrian War against theSeleucid kingdom.
Almost nothing is known of Ptolemy's youth before 245, when, following along engagement, he married Berenice II, the daughter of Magas, king ofCyrene; thereby he reunited Egypt and Cyrenaica, which had been dividedsince 258. Shortly after his accession and marriage, Ptolemy invadedCoele Syria, to avenge the murder of his sister, the widow of theSeleucid king Antiochus II. Ptolemy's navy, perhaps aided by rebels inthe cities, advanced against Seleucus II's forces as far as Thrace,across the Hellespont, and also captured some islands off the Asia Minorcoast, but were checked c. 245.
Meanwhile, Ptolemy, with the army, penetrated deep into Mesopotamia,reaching at least Seleucia on the Tigris, near Babylon. According toclassical sources he was compelled to halt his advance because ofdomestic troubles. Famine and a low Nile, as well as the hostile alliancebetween Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Rhodes, were perhaps additionalreasons.
The war in Asia Minor and the Aegean intensified as the Achaean League,one of the Greek confederations, allied itself to Egypt, while SeleucusII secured two allies in the Black Sea region. Ptolemy was pushed out ofMesopotamia and part of North Syria in 242-241, and the next year peacewas finally achieved. Ptolemy managed to keep the Orontes River regionand Antioch, both in Syria; Ephesus, in Asia Minor; and Thrace andperhaps also Cilicia.
Within Egypt, Ptolemy continued the colonization of al-Fayyum (theoasis-like depression southwest of Cairo), which his father haddeveloped. He also reformed the calendar, adopting 311 as the first yearof a "Ptolemaic Era." The Canopus decree, a declaration published by asynod of Egyptian priests, suggests that the true duration of the year(365 1/4 days) was now recognized, for an extra day was added to
the calendar every four years. The new calendar failed, however, toachieve popular acceptance. The priests and classical sources alsocredited Ptolemy with the restoration of the divine statues plunderedfrom the temples during Persian rule.
In addition, the King initiated construction at Edfu, the Upper Egyptiansite of a great Ptolemaic temple, and made donations to other temples.
Ptolemy avoided involvement in the wars that continued to plague Syriaand Macedonia. He did, however, send aid to Rhodes after earthquakesdevastated the island, but he refrained from subsidizing the schemes ofthe Spartan king against Macedonia, though he granted him asylum in 222.In Asia Minor, when a pretender to one of the kingdoms, who was theinstigator of much of the trouble there,
sought asylum in Ptolemaic territory, Ptolemy promptly interned him. Hispolicy was to maintain an equilibrium of power, guaranteeing the safetyof his own territory. After declaring his son his successor, Ptolemydied, leaving Egypt at the peak of its political power and internallystable and prosperous.
Source: www.eb.com[LOBS1.FTW]

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Ptolemy III Euergeter I was the third ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty. He
was the son of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and Arsinoe II and was married to
Berenike, his sister. During the Third Syrian War of Ptolemy III, he
discovered the main port in the Axumite kingdom, which was very important
to the trade of ivory. He died in 222 BC.
Source: Egyptian Ministry of Tourism
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Macedonian king of Egypt, son of Ptolemy II; he reunited Egypt and
Cyrenaica and successfully waged the Third Syrian War against the
Seleucid kingdom.
Almost nothing is known of Ptolemy's youth before 245, when, following a
long engagement, he married Berenice II, the daughter of Magas, king of
Cyrene; thereby he reunited Egypt and Cyrenaica, which had been divided
since 258. Shortly after his accession and marriage, Ptolemy invaded
Coele Syria, to avenge the murder of his sister, the widow of the
Seleucid king Antiochus II. Ptolemy's navy, perhaps aided by rebels in
the cities, advanced against Seleucus II's forces as far as Thrace,
across the Hellespont, and also captured some islands off the Asia Minor
coast, but were checked c. 245.
Meanwhile, Ptolemy, with the army, penetrated deep into Mesopotamia,
reaching at least Seleucia on the Tigris, near Babylon. According to
classical sources he was compelled to halt his advance because of
domestic troubles. Famine and a low Nile, as well as the hostile alliance
between Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Rhodes, were perhaps additional
reasons.
The war in Asia Minor and the Aegean intensified as the Achaean League,
one of the Greek confederations, allied itself to Egypt, while Seleucus
II secured two allies in the Black Sea region. Ptolemy was pushed out of
Mesopotamia and part of North Syria in 242-241, and the next year peace
was finally achieved. Ptolemy managed to keep the Orontes River region
and Antioch, both in Syria; Ephesus, in Asia Minor; and Thrace and
perhaps also Cilicia.
Within Egypt, Ptolemy continued the colonization of al-Fayyum (the
oasis-like depression southwest of Cairo), which his father had
developed. He also reformed the calendar, adopting 311 as the first year
of a "Ptolemaic Era." The Canopus decree, a declaration published by a
synod of Egyptian priests, suggests that the true duration of the year
(365 1/4 days) was now recognized, for an extra day was added to
the calendar every four years. The new calendar failed, however, to
achieve popular acceptance. The priests and classical sources also
credited Ptolemy with the restoration of the divine statues plundered
from the temples during Persian rule.
In addition, the King initiated construction at Edfu, the Upper Egyptian
site of a great Ptolemaic temple, and made donations to other temples.
Ptolemy avoided involvement in the wars that continued to plague Syria
and Macedonia. He did, however, send aid to Rhodes after earthquakes
devastated the island, but he refrained from subsidizing the schemes of
the Spartan king against Macedonia, though he granted him asylum in 222.
In Asia Minor, when a pretender to one of the kingdoms, who was the
instigator of much of the trouble there,
sought asylum in Ptolemaic territory, Ptolemy promptly interned him. His
policy was to maintain an equilibrium of power, guaranteeing the safety
of his own territory. After declaring his son his successor, Ptolemy
died, leaving Egypt at the peak of its political power and internally
stable and prosperous.
Source: www.eb.com

Euergetes married Berenice II Of CYRENE -[18355] [MRIN:9736] 2,7,8,9.,23

Children from this marriage were:

                            i.   Arsinoe III Of EGYPT -[18357] was born in Abt. 235 BC and died in Abt. 204 BC.

4589853413095776469034      ii.   Philometer Ptolemy VI Of EGYPT -[18362] (born in Abt. 244 BC - died in Abt. 204 BC)


9179706826191552938069. Berenice II Of CYRENE-[18355],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Magas King Of CYRENE -[18316] and Apama Of SYRIA -[18269].

Berenice married Euergetes Ptolemy III King Of EGYPT -[18354] [MRIN:9736] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938070. Epiphanes Ptolemy V Of EGYPT-[18358],2,7,8,9,23 son of Philometer Ptolemy VI Of EGYPT -[18362] and Arsinoe III Of EGYPT -[18357], was born in Abt. 210 BC and died in Abt. 181 BC.

Epiphanes married Cleopatra I Of SYRIA -[18359] [MRIN:9739] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938071. Cleopatra I Of SYRIA-[18359],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] and Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280].

Cleopatra married Epiphanes Ptolemy V Of EGYPT -[18358] [MRIN:9739] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938072. Philometer Ptolemy VI Of EGYPT-[18362],2,7,8,9,23 son of Euergetes Ptolemy III King Of EGYPT -[18354] and Berenice II Of CYRENE -[18355], was born in Abt. 244 BC and died in Abt. 204 BC.

General Notes: 1 NAME PHILOPATER Ptolemy IV King of /Egypt/


Ptolemy IV Philopator was the fourth ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty.Philopator means 'Father-loving'. He married his sister Arsinoe and thetwo received a cult as the Father-loving Gods (Theoi Philopatores). Hedied in the summer of 204. After his death, two of his most powerfulministers had his wife, Arsinoe III, killed.
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Ptolemy IV Philopator was the fourth ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty.
Philopator means 'Father-loving'. He married his sister Arsinoe and the
two received a cult as the Father-loving Gods (Theoi Philopatores). He
died in the summer of 204. After his death, two of his most powerful
ministers had his wife, Arsinoe III, killed.
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Philometer married Arsinoe III Of EGYPT -[18357] [MRIN:9738] 2,7,8,9.,23

Philometer next married Cleopatra II Epiphanes Of EGYPT -[18361] [MRIN:9737] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938073. Arsinoe III Of EGYPT-[18357],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Euergetes Ptolemy III King Of EGYPT -[18354] and Berenice II Of CYRENE -[18355], was born in Abt. 235 BC and died in Abt. 204 BC.

Arsinoe married Philometer Ptolemy VI Of EGYPT -[18362] [MRIN:9738] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938074. Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA-[18279],2,7,8,9,23 son of Seleucus II 'Kallinikos' King Of SYRIA -[18275] and Laodice II Of SYRIA -[18277], was born in Abt. 242 BC and died in Abt. 4 Jun. 187 BC, Susa, Syria.

General Notes: Byname ANTIOCHUS THE GREAT, Greek ANTIOCHUS MEGAS Seleucid king of theHellenistic Syrian Empire from 223 BC to 187, who rebuilt the empire inthe East but failed in his attempt to challenge Roman ascendancy inEurope and Asia Minor. He reformed the empire administratively byreducing the provinces in size, established a ruler cult (with himselfand his consort Laodice as divine), and
improved relations with neighbouring countries by giving his daughters inmarriage to their princes.
The son of Seleucus II, Antiochus succeeded his brother Seleucus III asking. He retained from the previous administration, Hermias as chiefminister, Achaeus as governor of Asia Minor, and Molon and his brother,Alexander, as governors of the eastern provinces, Media and Persis.

In the following year, when Molon rebelled and assumed the title of king,Antiochus abandoned a campaign against Egypt for the conquest of southernSyria, on the advice of Hermias, and marched against Molon, defeating himin 220 BC on the far bank of the Tigris and also conquering Atropatene,the northwestern part of Media. Shortly thereafter he had Hermias killedand was thus rid of most of the influences from the previousadministration. In the same year, Achaeus set himself up as king in AsiaMinor, but a mutiny in his army kept him from attacking Antiochus.

Antiochus was now free to conduct what has been called the Fourth SyrianWar (219-216), during which he gained control of the important easternMediterranean sea ports of Seleucia-in-Pieria, Tyre, and Ptolemais. In218 he held Coele Syria (Lebanon), Palestine, and Phoenicia.

In 217 he engaged an army (numbering 75,000) of Ptolemy IV Philopator, apharaoh of the Hellenistic dynasty ruling Egypt, at Raphia, thesouthernmost city in Syria. His own troops numbered 68,000. Though hesucceeded in routing the left wing of the Egyptian army, his phalanx(heavily armed infantry in close ranks) in the centre was defeated by anewly formed Egyptian phalanx. In the subsequent peace settlement,Antiochus gave up all his conquests except the city ofSeleucia-in-Pieria.

After the Syrian war, he proceeded against the rebel Achaeus. In alliancewith Attalus I of Pergamum, Antiochus captured Achaeus in 213 in hiscapital, Sardis, and had him executed in a barbaric manner.
After the pacification of Asia Minor he entered upon his later to befamous eastward campaign (212-205), pressing forward as far as India. In212 he gave his sister Antiochis in marriage to King Xerxes of Armenia,who acknowledged his suzerainty and paid him tribute. He occupiedHecatompylos (southeast of the Caspian Sea), the capital of the Parthianking Arsaces III, and forced him to enter into an alliance in 209 and thefollowing year defeated Euthydemus of Bactria, though he allowed him tocontinue to rule and retain his royal title. In 206 he marched across theHindu Kush into the Kabul Valley and renewed a
friendship with the Indian king Sophagasenos.

Returning westward via the Iranian provinces of Arachosia, Drangiana, andCarmania, he arrived in Persis in 205 and received tribute of 500 talentsof silver from the citizens of Gerrha, a mercantile state on the eastcoast of the Persian Gulf. Having established a magnificent system ofvassal states in the East, Antiochus now adopted the ancient Achaemenidtitle of "great king," and the Greeks, comparing him to Alexander theGreat, surnamed him also "the Great."

After the death of Ptolemy IV, Antiochus concluded a secret treaty withPhilip V, ruler of the Hellenistic kingdom of Macedonia, in which the twoplotted the division of the Ptolemaic empire outside Egypt. Antiochus'share was to be southern Syria, Lycia, Cilicia, and Cyprus; Philip was tohave western Asia Minor and the Cyclades. Antiochus invaded Coele Syria,defeated the Ptolemaic general Scopas at Panion near the source of theJordan River in the year 200, gained control of Palestine, and grantedspecial rights to the Jewish temple state. But Philip, marching along theDardanelles, became involved in a war with Rhodes and Pergamum, both ofwhom appealed to Rome for help against Macedonia, informing Rome of thealliance between the two Hellenistic kings. Rome intervened decisively inthe system of Hellenistic states. Philip was defeated by the Romans inthe Second Macedonian War (200-196), and Antiochus refused to help him.Instead, taking advantage of the Romans' involvement with Philip,Antiochus marched against Egypt. Though the Romans had sent ambassadorsto Ptolemy V, they could not lend him any serious assistance. When peacewas concluded in 195, Antiochus came permanently into possession ofsouthern Syria--which had been fought over for 100 years by the Ptolemiesand Seleucids--and of the Egyptian territories in Asia Minor. He alsogave his daughter Cleopatra in marriage to Ptolemy V. Egypt practicallybecame a Seleucid protectorate.

In his insatiable expansionist drive, Antiochus occupied parts of thekingdom of Pergamum in 198 and in 197 Greek cities in Asia Minor. In 196BC he crossed the Hellespont into Thrace, where he claimed sovereigntyover territory that had been won by Seleucus I in the year 281BC. A warof harassment and diplomacy with Rome ensued. A number of times theRomans sent ambassadors demanding that Antiochus stay out of Europe andset free all the autonomous communities in Asia Minor. To meet thesedemands would have meant the actual dissolution of the western part ofthe Seleucid Empire, and Antiochus thus refused. Tensions with Romeincreased further when the great Carthaginian general Hannibal, who hadfled from Carthage in the aftermath of defeat by the Romans in the SecondPunic War, found refuge with Antiochus in 195 BC and became his adviser.

Antiochus offered an alliance to Philip of Macedonia, whom he hadpreviously forsaken, but was rebuffed. Philip, Rhodes, Pergamum, and theAchaean League joined Rome. Only the Aetolians, discontent with Rome'sgrowing influence in Greece, called upon Antiochus to be their liberatorand appointed him commander in chief of their league. Relying on themAntiochus landed in Demetrias in the autumn of 192 with only 10,500 menand occupied Euboea. But he found little support in central Greece.
In 191 the Romans, numbering more than 20,000, cut him off from hisreinforcements in Thrace and outflanked his position at the pass ofThermopylae (in Greece). With the remainder of his troops Antiochus fledto Chalcis on Euboea and from there by sea to Ephesus; his fleet waswiped out by the combined naval forces of Rome, Rhodes, and Pergamum.Meeting no resistance, the Roman army crossed the Hellespont in 190.Antiochus was now eager to negotiate on the basis of Rome's previousdemands, but the Romans insisted that he first evacuate the region westof the Taurus Mountains. When Antiochus refused, he was decisivelydefeated in the Battle of Magnesia near Mt. Sipylus, where he fought witha heterogeneous army of 70,000 men against an army of 30,000 Romans andtheir allies.
Although he could have continued the war in the eastern provinces, herenounced all claim to his conquests in Europe and in Asia Minor west ofthe Taurus at the peace treaty of Apamea. He also was obliged to pay anindemnity of 15,000 talents over a period of 12 years, surrender hiselephants and his fleet, and furnish hostages, including his sonAntiochus IV. His kingdom was now reduced to Syria, Mesopotamia, andwestern Iran. In 187 Antiochus was murdered in a Baal temple near Susa,where he was exacting tribute in order to obtain much needed revenue.
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Antiochus married Laodice III Of PONTUS -[18280] [MRIN:9688] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552938075. Laodice III Of PONTUS-[18280],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Mithradates II Of PONTUS -[18213] and Laodice Of SYRIA -[19396].

Laodice married Antiochus III 'Megas' 'The Great' King Of SYRIA -[18279] [MRIN:9688] 2,7,8,9.,23

9179706826191552946240. Artaxias I King Of ARMENIA-[18291],2,7,8,9,23 son of Zariadres Of SOPHENE -[18290], died in Aft. 159 BC.

General Notes: Also spelled ARTASHES (fl. 2nd century BC) one of the founders of theancient kingdom of Armenia (reigned 190-159 BC).
After the defeat of the Seleucid king Antiochus III the Great by theRomans in the Battle of Magnesia (190), Artaxias and Zariadres, who wereAntiochus' satraps (governors) in Armenia, revolted and establishedthemselves with Roman consent as kings of Greater Armenia and itsdistrict of Sophene to the southwest, respectively. They united theirefforts to enlarge their domains at the expense of neighbouring areas andare considered the creators of historical Armenia. Artaxias built hiscapital, Artaxata, on the Araxes (now Aras, or Araks) River near LakeSevan.
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Also spelled ARTASHES (fl. 2nd century BC) one of the founders of the
ancient kingdom of Armenia (reigned 190-159 BC).
After the defeat of the Seleucid king Antiochus III the Great by the
Romans in the Battle of Magnesia (190), Artaxias and Zariadres, who were
Antiochus' satraps (governors) in Armenia, revolted and established
themselves with Roman consent as kings of Greater Armenia and its
district of Sophene to the southwest, respectively. They united their
efforts to enlarge their domains at the expense of neighbouring areas and
are considered the creators of historical Armenia. Artaxias built his
capital, Artaxata, on the Araxes (now Aras, or Araks) River near Lake
Sevan.
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Artaxias married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853413095776473120       i.   Tigranes I King Of ARMENIA -[18292] (born in Abt 140 BC - died in Abt. 55 BC)


9179707052426900013056. SILVIUS -[17616],2,7,8,9,23 son of Iulus , King Of Alba Longa ASCANIUS -[17615].

SILVIUS married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853526213450006528       i.   Brutus King In BRITAIN -[17617] (died in Abt 1091 BC)


9179707052426901061632. Neri Ben MELCHI-[17831],2,7,8,9,23 son of Melchi Ben ADDI -[17832].

Neri married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853526213450530816       i.   Salathial Ben NERI -[17830]


9179707052426925178880. Idwal Ap LLYWARCH-[17636],2,7,8,9,23 son of Llywarch Ap CALCHYNYDD -[17637].

Idwal married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853526213462589440       i.   Rhun Ap IDWAL -[17635]


9179707052431102705664. Thor King Of THRACE-[17588],2,7,8,9,23,60 son of King, Memnon TROY -[62185] and Princess, Troana TROY -[62186], was born in B.C. 1200 in Ancient Greece.

Noted events in his life were:

Reign: King Of Thrace.

Thor married SIBIL -[17589] [MRIN:9235] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

4589853526215551352832       i.   Loridi Of THRACE -[17590] (born in Ancient Greece)

Thor next married Sif -[62071] [MRIN:9236] 2,7,8,9.,60 Sif was born in B.C. 1180.

The child from this marriage was:

                            i.   King, Loridi THRACE -[62070] was born in B.C. 1170.


9179707052431102705665. SIBIL -[17589] 2,7,8,9.,23

SIBIL married Thor King Of THRACE -[17588] [MRIN:9235] 2,7,8,9.,23

9181025928845654491136. Clodius I King Of The SICAMBRI-[57718],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Marcomir II King Of The SICAMBRI -[57719], died in 159 B.C. 76 .

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Pfafman; Kraentzler 1815.
Pfafman: Clodius I, King of Sicambri. Slain in battle.
K: Clodius I.

Clodius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590512964422827245568       i.   Antenor III King Of The SICAMBRI -[57717] (died in 143 B.C.)


9181026260760762778112. Mithranes I King Of ARMENIA-[27256],2,7,8,9,43 son of Aroandes II King Of ARMENIA -[27257], died in Be 317 BC.

Mithranes married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389056       i.   Aroandes III King Of ARMENIA -[27255] (died at 260 BC)


9181026260760762778128. Antiochus I Soter King Of SYRIA-[50881],2,7,8,9,43 son of Seleucus I Nicator Satrap Of BABYLON -[50862] and Apama II Of BAKTRIA -[50870], was born in 324 Bce and died in June 2, 261 Bce.

Antiochus married Stratonice Of MACEDONIA -[50885] [MRIN:30781] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

4590513130380381389064       i.   Antiochus II King Of SYRIA -[50803] (born in 286 Bce - died in 246 Bce)

4590513130380381389155      ii.   Aspama Of SYRIA -[51243]


9181026260760762778129. Stratonice Of MACEDONIA-[50885] 2,7,8,9.,43

Stratonice married Antiochus I Soter King Of SYRIA -[50881] [MRIN:30781] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778130. Achaeus Of SYRIA-[50823],2,7,8,9,43 son of Apama II Of BAKTRIA -[50870].

Achaeus married N.N. Of MACEDONIA -[50833] [MRIN:30788] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

4590513130380381389065       i.   Laodice Of SYRIA -[50814]

4590513130380381389066      ii.   Andromachus Of SYRIA -[58148]


9181026260760762778131. N.N. Of MACEDONIA-[50833],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Alexander The Great Of MACEDONIA -[50844] and Roxanna Of BACTRIA -[50854].

General Notes: 1 NAME NN. of /Macedonia/

N.N. married Achaeus Of SYRIA -[50823] [MRIN:30788] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778132. Achaeus Of SYRIA-[50823],2,7,8,9,43 son of Apama II Of BAKTRIA -[50870].

Achaeus married N.N. Of MACEDONIA -[50833] [MRIN:30788] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181026260760762778133. N.N. Of MACEDONIA-[50833],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Alexander The Great Of MACEDONIA -[50844] and Roxanna Of BACTRIA -[50854].

General Notes: 1 NAME NN. of /Macedonia/

N.N. married Achaeus Of SYRIA -[50823] [MRIN:30788] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778176. Ariobarzanes Prince Of CIUS-[27080],2,7,8,9,43 son of Mithradates I Prince Of CIUS -[27081], died in 337 BC.

Ariobarzanes married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389088       i.   Mithradates I King Of PONTUS -[57471] (died in 266 Bce)


9181026260760762778256. Demetrius I Of MACEDONIA-[27317],2,7,8,9,43 son of Antigonus I Morophtholamos Of MACEDONIA -[27319] and Stratonice Of THRACE -[27318], died in 283 BC.

Demetrius married Phila I Of MACEDONIA -[27316] [MRIN:14767] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389128       i.   Antigonus II Gonatus Of MACEDONIA -[27315] (died in 240 BC)


9181026260760762778257. Phila I Of MACEDONIA-[27316],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Antipater I Regent Of MACEDONIA -[51287], died in 287 BC.

Phila married Demetrius I Of MACEDONIA -[27317] [MRIN:14767] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778258. Seleucus I Nicator Satrap Of BABYLON-[50862],2,7,8,9,43 son of ANTIOCHUS -[27077] and LAODICE -[27078], was born in 358 Bce and died in Set. 281 Bce.

Noted events in his life were:

Title (Facts Pg): King Of Syria.

Seleucus married Apama II Of BAKTRIA -[50870] [MRIN:14766] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

9181026260760762778130       i.   Achaeus Of SYRIA -[50823]

9181026260760762778128      ii.   Antiochus I Soter King Of SYRIA -[50881] (born in 324 Bce - died in June 2, 261 Bce)

4590513130380381389129     iii.   Phila II Of SYRIA -[27314]


9181026260760762778259. Apama II Of BAKTRIA-[50870],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Spitamenes Satrap Of BAKTRIA -[26944] and N.N. Of BITHYNIA -[26945], died in Aft. 298 Bce.

General Notes: 1 NAME Apama of /Baktria/

Apama married Seleucus I Nicator Satrap Of BABYLON -[50862] [MRIN:14766] 2,7,8,9.,43

Apama next married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

9181026260760762778130       i.   Achaeus Of SYRIA -[50823]


9181026260760762778260. Pyrrus Of EPRIUS-[27308],2,7,8,9,43 son of Aeacides Of EPRIUS -[27309], died in 272 BC.

Pyrrus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389131       i.   Olympias Of EPRIUS -[27307]

Pyrrus married Lanassa Of SYRACUSE -[27311] [MRIN:14762] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389130       i.   Alexander Of EPRIUS II -[27310]


9181026260760762778261. Lanassa Of SYRACUSE-[27311],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Agathocies Of SYRACUSE -[27312].

Lanassa married Pyrrus Of EPRIUS -[27308] [MRIN:14762] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778262. Pyrrus Of EPRIUS-[27308],2,7,8,9,43 son of Aeacides Of EPRIUS -[27309], died in 272 BC.

Pyrrus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Pyrrus married Lanassa Of SYRACUSE -[27311] [MRIN:14762] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181026260760762778304. Ptolemy I Soter Pharoah Of EGYPT-[51298],2,7,8,9,43 son of Lagos Of MACEDONIA -[27085] and ARSINOE -[27086], was born in 367 Bce and died in 283 Bce Egypt.

Ptolemy married Bernice Of MACEDONIA -[51306] [MRIN:16399] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

4590513130380381389152       i.   Ptolemy II Philadelphus Pharoah Of EGYPT -[51251] (born in 309 Bce In Egypt - died in 247 Bce In Egypt)

                           ii.   Arsinoe Of EGYPT -[28959] died.


9181026260760762778305. Bernice Of MACEDONIA-[51306],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Lagos Of MACEDONIA -[27085] and Antigone Of MACEDONIA -[27083].

Bernice married Ptolemy I Soter Pharoah Of EGYPT -[51298] [MRIN:16399] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778306. Lysimachos King Of THRACE-[51271] 2,7,8,9,43 died in 281 Bce.

General Notes: Notes

1 BODYGUARD TO ALEXANDER THE GREAT.KILLED IN BATTLE BYKRAUPEDION.THRACE THAN DISSAPERED FROM HISTORY

Lysimachos married Nicaea Of MACEDONIA -[51281] [MRIN:30973] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590513130380381389153       i.   Arsinoe Of THRACE -[51261] (born in 282 Bce - died in 247 Bce In Egypt)


9181026260760762778307. Nicaea Of MACEDONIA-[51281],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Antipater I Regent Of MACEDONIA -[51287].

Nicaea married Lysimachos King Of THRACE -[51271] [MRIN:30973] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181026260760762778310. Antiochus I Soter King Of SYRIA-[50881],2,7,8,9,43 son of Seleucus I Nicator Satrap Of BABYLON -[50862] and Apama II Of BAKTRIA -[50870], was born in 324 Bce and died in June 2, 261 Bce.

Antiochus married Stratonice Of MACEDONIA -[50885] [MRIN:30781] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181026260760762778311. Stratonice Of MACEDONIA-[50885] 2,7,8,9.,43

Stratonice married Antiochus I Soter King Of SYRIA -[50881] [MRIN:30781] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181029052420750049280. Felim Prince Of IRELAND-[46043],2,7,8,9,43 son of Fergus King Of IRELAND -[46044], was born bef 384 B.C in Ireland and died.

Felim married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590514526210375024640       i.   Crimthann King Of IRELAND -[46042] (born bef 334 B.C in Ireland - died)


9181116178271890833408. MODA -[17594],2,7,8,9,23,43 son of VINGINER -[17593], died on an unknown date.

MODA married 2,7,8,9,23.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181267885046872377024. Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA-[51316],2,7,8,9,43 son of Antipas Of IDUMAEA Governor Of Judea -[51338], died 43 B.C in Poisoned.

Antipater married Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA -[57230] [MRIN:30717] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

4590633942523436188512       i.   Herod "The Great" King Of JUDEA -[50698] (born in 73 Bce - died in 4 Bce)

                           ii.   Phasael I Of JUDEA -[57228] died.

4590633942523436188523     iii.   Salome Of JUDEA -[57231] (died)


9181267885046872377025. Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA-[57230] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

The married Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA -[51316] [MRIN:30717] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181267885046872377026. Ptolemy Bar MENNEUS-[50700],2,7,8,9,43 son of MENNEUS -[50702] and ARSINOE -[50703].

Ptolemy married CONCUBINE -[50701] [MRIN:30718] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590633942523436188513       i.   Mariamne -[50699]


9181267885046872377027. CONCUBINE -[50701] 2,7,8,9.,43

CONCUBINE married Ptolemy Bar MENNEUS -[50700] [MRIN:30718] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181267885046872377028. GenArchelaus High Priest Of Bellona-[57239] 2,7,8,9,43 died abt Jan 55 B.C in Killed In Battle Against A. Gabinius, Governor Of Syria.

General Notes: A general of Mithridates VI of Pontus, who defected to Sulla and wasrewarded by being made hereditary High Priest of Bellona at Comana inCilicia. The family went on to provide Roman client kings for severalgenerations.

Archelaus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590633942523436188514       i.   Archelaus Of CAPPADOCIA -[57237] (died)


9181267885046872377046. Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA-[51316],2,7,8,9,43 son of Antipas Of IDUMAEA Governor Of Judea -[51338], died 43 B.C in Poisoned.

Antipater married Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA -[57230] [MRIN:30717] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181267885046872377047. Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA-[57230] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

The married Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA -[51316] [MRIN:30717] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181267885046872377052. Phasael I Of JUDEA-[57228],2,7,8,9,43 son of Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA -[51316] and Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA -[57230], died.

Phasael married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

4590633942523436188526       i.   Phasael II Of JUDEA -[57226] (died)


9181267885046872377054. Herod "The Great" King Of JUDEA-[50698],2,7,8,9,43 son of Antipater Ii, Procurator Of JUDEA -[51316] and Cypros "The Nabatean" Of NABATEA -[57230], was born in 73 Bce and died in 4 Bce.

The married Mariamne -[50699] [MRIN:30715] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181267885046872377055. Mariamne -[50699],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Ptolemy Bar MENNEUS -[50700] and CONCUBINE -[50701].

Mariamne married Herod "The Great" King Of JUDEA -[50698] [MRIN:30715] 2,7,8,9.,43

9181267885046872377056. Antiochus I King Of COMMAGENE-[27297],2,7,8,9,43 son of Mithradates I Kallinikos Of COMMAGENE -[27322] and Laodike Thea PHILADELPHOS -[27298], was born abt 95 B.C and died abt 36 B.C.

Antiochus married Isias Philostrogos Of CAPPADOCIA -[57218] [MRIN:14699] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

9181267885046872377057. Isias Philostrogos Of CAPPADOCIA-[57218] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

Isias married Antiochus I King Of COMMAGENE -[27297] [MRIN:14699] 2,7,8,9.,43 This Web Site Is The Genealogy Chart Going Back To ADAM and EVE And The Ancestry Of George Walker Bush through Thomas Hinckley 3rd Gov. of Plymouth Colonies.


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