4 edition of The House Of Seleucus V1 found in the catalog.
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Publication date Publisher E. Arnold Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English. Book digitized. THE HOUSE OF SELEUCUS Edwin Robert Bevan CHAPTER I Hellenism in the East CHAPTER II The Physical Environment.
CHAPTER III Perdiccas CHAPTER IV Events in the East, CHAPTER V Seleucus conquers the East CHAPTER VI From Ipsus to the Death of Seleucus CHAPTER VII The Problems of Asia Minor CHAPTER VIII Antiochus I (Soter) CHAPTER IX 4/5(1).
Seleucus I Nicator,“conqueror,” c. b.c. The son of a Macedonian noble, he was a close associate of Alexander the Great in his campaigns in the E. He became the ruler of Syria and Babylonia after Alexander’s death.
se-lu'-kus (Seleukos): (1) Seleucus I (Nicator, "The Conqueror"), the founder of the Seleucids or House of Seleucus, was an officer in the grand and thoroughly equipped army, which was perhaps the most important part of the inheritance that came to Alexander the Great from his father, Philip of Macedon.
ANTIOCHUS ăn tī’ ə kəs (̓Αντίοχος, meaning opposer, withstander).A favorite name of the Seleucid kings of Syria from b.c. onward. Antiochus I (Soter) ( b.c.), son of Seleucus I (see Seleucus), founder of the dynasty, and the Bactrian was jointking with his father from /2 b.c.
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My library. Although only his books on the Roman Civil Wars survive in their entirety, large parts of Appian's book on the Syrian The House Of Seleucus V1 book, or Syriaca, have also come down to book deals with the war that the Romans and the Seleucid king Antiochus III the Great fought inbut also discusses, as an appendix, the history of the Seleucid Empire.
The Syriaca is a valuable. Seleucus: se-lu'-kus (Seleukos): (1) Seleucus I (Nicator, "The Conqueror"), the founder of the Seleucids or House of Seleucus, was an officer in the grand and thoroughly equipped army, which was perhaps the most important part of the inheritance that came to Alexander the Great from his father, Philip of Macedon.
seleucus se-lu'-kus (Seleukos): (1) Seleucus I (Nicator, "The Conqueror"), the founder of the Seleucids or House of Seleucus, was an officer in the grand and thoroughly equipped army, which was perhaps the most important part of the inheritance that came to Alexander the Great from his father, Philip of Macedon.
However, Bevan, a scholar of early Christianity as well as of the Hellenistic period, pulls together written and archaeological sources to describe the creation of an eastern empire by Seleucus, one of the successors of Alexander the : Edwyn Robert Bevan.
The House of Siricus or the House of Vedius Siricus and Vedius Nummianus lies on the Vicolo dei Lupanare, a narrow winding street which joins the Via degli Augustali with the Via dell' house was initially excavated in the mid s and again in and 1 The nickname is also alternatively spelled Siripides.
It is mentioned by Eusebius, Chronicle, pp. See Bevan, The House of Seleucus, Vol. II, pp. (Appendix Z), for a discussion.
Eusebius, Chronicle, pp. In the next year, which was the third year of the th Olympiad (/7 BC), he was captured by Arsaces (Arsaces VI - Mithridates I), who sent him.
Seleucid empire (–64 BCE), an ancient empire that at its greatest extent stretched from Thrace in Europe to the border of India. It was carved out of the remains of Alexander the Great’s Macedonian empire by its founder, Seleucus I Nicator. Chapters 2 through 10 depict Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves traveling out of the hobbit-lands toward the Lonely Mountain far to the east.
As the landscape becomes less hospitable and the group faces hunger, bad weather, and attacks from hostile creatures, Bilbo often thinks fondly of home and questions his decision to come on this journey.
Both Demetrius II. and Antiochus VII. left children by Cleopatra, who form rival branches of the royal house. To the line of Demetrius belong his son Seleucus V.
(), assassinated by his mother Cleopatra, Antiochus VIII. Grypus (), who succeeded in the younger brother of Seleucus V., the sons of Grypus, Seleucus VI. Condition: Fair. Volume 2.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket.
Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # The Syrian Wars - Chapters of Book 11 of Appian's Roman History that cover Seleucus' career [Livius: Articles in Ancient History].
End of Seleucus Chronicle - deciphered fragments of cuneiform tablets tracing Seleucus' last years [Livius: Articles in Ancient History]. Seleukos IV Epifanis Nikator (bahasa Yunani: Σέλευκος Ἐπιφανής Νικάτωρ; antara dan SM – 94 SM) merupakan seorang raja Hellenistik Seleukia yang memerintah sebagai Raja Suriah antara tahun 96 dan 94 SM.
Dia adalah putra Antíokhos VIII dan istri Mesirnya hidup pada periode perang sipil antara ayahandanya dan pamandanya Antiokhos VII, yang berakhir Predecessor: Antiokhos VIII, Antiokhos IX. Antiochus X did not enjoy a stable reign as he had to face three of Seleucus VI's brothers, Antiochus XI, Philip I and Demetrius III.
Antiochus XI defeated Antiochus X and expelled him from the capital Antioch in 93 BC. Few months later, Antiochus X regained his Father: Antiochus IX. Rome, and the kingdom of the house of Seleucus is come to an utter end (64 B. C.). But not the house; the kings of Commagene boasted its blood, and one of them - without a throne but still calling himself king, though he had been a Roman consul and was then an Athenian citizen, enrolled in the deme of Besa -set up at Athens as late as II 5 A.
Seleucids. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. The name given to the Macedonian dynasty, which was founded by Seleucus, a general under Alexander the Great, and ruled over Syria from B.C. In Seleucus received the satrapy of Babylonia from Antipater, administrator of Alexander's empire. Antiochus took power after the death of Seleucus Philopator.
He had been hostage in Rome following the peace of Apamea in B.C.E. but had recently been exchanged for the son and rightful heir of Seleucus IV, the later Demetrius I of Syria. Taking advantage of this situation, Antiochus was able to proclaim himself as co-regent with another of.
Seleucus' elephants furnish an exact parallel to the Indian use: the number is not only a very large number, but is also an important number, for it was a term in that very important treaty between Seleucus and Chandragupta which maintained peace and friendship between these two great and contiguous empires for some years.
I now turn to. The house of Ptolemy would not in that case have acquired Palestine for good (or rather for a period of eighty years) till after the death of Seleucus in Bouché-Leclercq builds upon the contention of the Seleucid diplomats inwho argued from the lordship (δυνάστεια) of Seleucus "in these regions.".
The Seleucids have the Power of Empire. They replace the Bantu. The strategos Seleucus Nicator had both the foresight and the luck to establish his new fief in Mesopotamia.
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