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Antiochus I Theos of Commagene

along with the goddess Commagene and also even Antiochus himself represented in a deified status. Antiochus was one of the last rulers of a Persian-Macedonian

Seleucid Empire

European portions of Alexander's empire. Antiochus I (reigned 281–261 BC) and his son and successor Antiochus II Theos (reigned 261–246 BC) were faced

Laodice I

Laodice I married her paternal first cousin Antiochus II Theos before 266 BC as his first wife. She married Antiochus II before he was the heir to the Seleucid

Laodice of Pontus

of Pontus and Laodice. Her sister was Laodice III, the first wife of Antiochus III the Great , and her brother was Mithridates III of Pontus. She married

List of Syrian monarchs

possibilities: Antiochus was Demetrius I's son Antigonus who assumed the dynastic name Antiochus, a pretender, or Demetrius I's youngest son Antiochus VII. Alfred