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Aphiah the Benjaminite1

     Aphiah the Benjaminite was born. 1 Samuel 9:1 "... Bechorath, the son of Aphiah ..."1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Samuel, 9:1.

Constantina1

b. circa 550?
Constantina|b. c 550?|p113.htm#i13508|imperator Tiberius II Constantinus|d. 14 Aug 582|p294.htm#i13509|Anastasia (?)||p113.htm#i13510|||||||||||||
Fatherimperator Tiberius II Constantinus d. 14 August 582
MotherAnastasia (?)2
     Constantina was born circa 550?. She was the daughter of imperator Tiberius II Constantinus and Anastasia (?).2 Constantina married imperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus, son of Paulus of Arabisso, on 5 August 582.1,3

Family

imperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus b. circa 539, d. 602
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-48.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-49.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Maurice (Byz. emp.).
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-47.

Anastasia (?)1

     Anastasia (?) married imperator Tiberius II Constantinus.1

Family

imperator Tiberius II Constantinus d. 14 August 582
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-49.

Maria1

b. circa 583?
Maria|b. c 583?|p113.htm#i13511|imperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus|b. c 539\nd. 602|p295.htm#i10557|Constantina|b. c 550?|p113.htm#i13508|Paulus of Arabisso|b. c 509|p170.htm#i19062||||imperator Tiberius I. Constantinus|d. 14 Aug 582|p294.htm#i13509|Anastasia (?)||p113.htm#i13510|
Fatherimperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus1 b. circa 539, d. 602
MotherConstantina1 b. circa 550?
     Maria was born circa 583?. She was the daughter of imperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus and Constantina.1 Maria married Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran, son of Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran; His 2nd.2,3

Family

Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran b. circa 560, d. circa April 628
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-47.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-47.
  3. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Ch. 15.
  4. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 28.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-46.

queen of queens Shirin the Bambish of Xuzhastan1

     Queen of queens Shirin the Bambish of Xuzhastan was an extremely beautiful Christian wife.1 She married Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran, son of Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran, before 590.2,1

Family

Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran b. circa 560, d. circa April 628

Citations

  1. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 4.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-47.

Kayen of the T'etalats'ik'1,2

Kayen of the T'etalats'ik'||p113.htm#i13517|Xak'an of the T'etalats'ik'||p82.htm#i17843||||||||||||||||
FatherXak'an of the T'etalats'ik'2
     Kayen of the T'etalats'ik' was the daughter of Xak'an of the T'etalats'ik'.2 Kayen of the T'etalats'ik' married Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran, son of Kavad I, Shah of Iran; His 1st.1

Family

Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran d. 579
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-49.
  2. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 3.

Oxyartes of Sogdia1

b. 0377 B.C.
     Oxyartes of Sogdia was born 0377 B.C..1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S283] Michael Wood, In the Footsteps of Alexander.

Dinak (?)1

     Dinak (?) married Yazdgard II, Shah of Iran, son of Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran.1

Family

Yazdgard II, Shah of Iran d. 457
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-52.
  2. [S1035] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA : P'arpec'i's (5th C), Part 3, Ch. 60.

Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran1,2

Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran||p113.htm#i13531|Yazdgard I, Shah of Iran|d. 421|p288.htm#i13532|Šošanduxt of Iraq||p113.htm#i13533|Bahram I., Shah of Iran|d. 399|p287.htm#i26204||||Rash G., exilarch||p113.htm#i13534||||
FatherYazdgard I, Shah of Iran2 d. 421
MotherŠošanduxt of Iraq3
     Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran was the son of Yazdgard I, Shah of Iran and Šošanduxt of Iraq.2,3 Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran was celebrated in literature, art, and folklore for his chivalry, romantic adventures, and huntsmanship.1 He was mentioned in Omer Khayyam's Rubaiyat.4 He was son of Yazdgard I.5 Also called Varhran V Sassanid.5 He indulged himself in pleasure-loving activities, particularly hunting. His memorable shooting of a wonderful onager, gor, a wild ass, is said to have given origin to his nickname Gor "Onager" (Hunter).2 He was the successor of Yazdgard I, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.6,5 Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran was a witness where King of al-Hirah al-Nu'man I ibn 'Amr al-Hirahi entrusted with the education of the son of Yezdegird, king of Persia, called Bahram Gour,and built for his use on a salubrious site the famous palace of Khawarnac before 410.7 Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran was educated at the court of al-Nu'man I of al-Hirah, who "built for his use on a salubrious site the famous palace of Khawarnac," before 418.7 He was finished his education at the court of al- Mundhir, son of al-Nu'man I, the Lakhmid Arab king of al-Hira between 418 and 420 at Mesene, Iraq.1 He was a witness where King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir I ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi finished the education of the famous Bahram, and aided him in securing the Persian crown between 418 and 420.7 Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran declared war on Rome in 420.6 Shah of Iran at southwestern Asia between 420 and 438.6,1,5,2 He began persecuting Christians which led to war with Rome circa 421. He was supported by al-Mundhir, the Lakhmid Arab king of al-Hira, in gaining the throne following his father's assassination in 421.1 He was a witness where King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir I ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi supported Bahram V, who was educated at his court, to the throne of Persia on the death of Bayram's father, Yazdegerd I, in 421.1 Bahram V Gor, Shah of Iran carried on an inconclusive war with the Romans between 421 and 422.1 He was defeated by Rome in 422.6 He deposed the Armenian king, Artašaš (Ardašir), son of Bahramšapur (Vramšapuh), and replaced him with a margrave (marzban) in 422.2 He crushed an invasion in the east by the nomadic Hephthalites, extending his influence into Central Asia, where his portrait survived for centuries on the coinage of Bukhara (in modern Uzbekistan), in 427.1 He flourished at 5th century AD.1 He granted, by the treaty with Rome, the same toleration to Christians as Zoroasterians received in the Roman Empire before 438.4 He was the predecessor of Yazdgard II, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S1628] Unknown author Encyclopædia Iranica, III:518.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-54.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-53.
  5. [S1228] Coins and history, online www.grifterrec.com.
  6. [S262] MS Encarta 99, "Persia," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved..
  7. [S954] Esq., Bengal Civil Service William Muir Muir on Mahomet, Vol. 1, Chap. 3, Sect. 2.

Šošanduxt of Iraq1

Šošanduxt of Iraq||p113.htm#i13533|Rash Galutha, exilarch||p113.htm#i13534||||||||||||||||
FatherRash Galutha, exilarch2,1
     Šošanduxt of Iraq was the daughter of Rash Galutha, exilarch.2,1 Šošanduxt of Iraq married Yazdgard I, Shah of Iran, son of Bahram IV, Shah of Iran.2 Šošanduxt of Iraq was a daughter of the Jewish exilarch.1

Family

Yazdgard I, Shah of Iran d. 421
Child

Citations

  1. [S1628] Unknown author Encyclopædia Iranica, III:518.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-54.

Rash Galutha, exilarch1,2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-54.
  2. [S1628] Unknown author Encyclopædia Iranica, III:518.

Princess of Kabul1

b. circa 283?
Princess of Kabul|b. c 283?|p113.htm#i13538|King of Kabul|b. c 253?|p113.htm#i13539||||||||||||||||
FatherKing of Kabul1 b. circa 253?
     Princess of Kabul was born circa 283?. She was the daughter of King of Kabul.1 Princess of Kabul married Hormazd II, Shah of Iran, son of Narseh I, Shah of Iran.1

Family

Hormazd II, Shah of Iran d. 309
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-57.

King of Kabul1

b. circa 253?
     King of Kabul was born circa 253?. King of Kabul circa 303?.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-57.

Gurdzag of Pars1

Gurdzag of Pars||p113.htm#i13542|Mitrok of Pars||p282.htm#i26233||||Anoshepat of Pars||p228.htm#i26234||||||||||
FatherMitrok of Pars2
     Gurdzag of Pars was the daughter of Mitrok of Pars.2 Gurdzag of Pars married Šahpur I, Shah of Iran, son of Ardašir I, Shahanshan of Iran and Ziyanak Aršakuni.1 The beauty and gait of her body, her dexterity, her physical strength and power developed so well that she was regarded as the best and most prominent of all women.3 Gurdzag of Pars was the daughter, and of seven the only surviving child of Mitrok, son of Anoshepat.4

Family

Šahpur I, Shah of Iran b. circa 200, d. 272
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-59.
  2. [S1232] Charles F. Horne, Karnamik-I-Ardashir.
  3. [S1232] Charles F. Horne, Karnamik-I-Ardashir, XI.
  4. [S1232] Charles F. Horne, Karnamik-I-Ardashir, XII.
  5. [S1228] Coins and history, online www.grifterrec.com.

Ziyanak Aršakuni1

b. circa 180
Ziyanak Aršakuni|b. c 180|p113.htm#i13544|Artabanus V, King of Parthia|b. bt 160 - 165\nd. 224|p285.htm#i13547||||Vologaesus V., King of Parthia|b. 145\nd. bt 208 - 209|p285.htm#i24713||||||||||
FatherArtabanus V, King of Parthia2 b. between 160 and 165, d. 224
     Ziyanak Aršakuni was Artabanus's daughter.3 She was born circa 180. She was the daughter of Artabanus V, King of Parthia.2 Ziyanak Aršakuni married Ardašir I, Shahanshan of Iran, son of Sassan of Pars and Rodak of Pars, before 200.1

Family

Ardašir I, Shahanshan of Iran b. circa 180, d. 241
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-60.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-61.
  3. [S1232] Charles F. Horne, Karnamik-I-Ardashir, IV.

Rodak of Pars1

b. circa 165?
Rodak of Pars|b. c 165?|p113.htm#i13546|Papak of Pars|b. c 140?\nd. 212|p285.htm#i13545||||||||||||||||
FatherPapak of Pars2 b. circa 140?, d. 212
     Rodak of Pars was the daughter of Papak, governor of Pars.2 She was born circa 165?. She was the daughter of Papak of Pars.2 Rodak of Pars married Sassan of Pars.2

Family

Sassan of Pars b. circa 160?
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-60.
  2. [S1232] Charles F. Horne, Karnamik-I-Ardashir, I.

Vashti (?)

     Vashti (?) married Kyaxares, King of the Medes, son of Phraortes, King of the Medes. Vashti (?) was a proud beauty. Esther 1:10-11 "On the seventh day, when the heart of the king was merry with wine, he commanded Mehuman, Biztha, Harbona, Bigtha, and Abagtha, Zethar, and Carcas, the seven chamberlains that served in the presence of Ahasuerus the king, To bring Vashti the queen before the king with the crown royal, to shew the people and the princes her beauty: for she was fair to look on."1

Family

Kyaxares, King of the Medes d. 0585 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Esther, 1:10-11.

Eurydice1,2

b. 0339 B.C.
Eurydice|b. 0339 B.C.|p113.htm#i13566|Antipater of Macedonia|b. 0397 B.C.\nd. 0319 B.C.|p270.htm#i6290||||Ioiaos of Macedonia|b. 0379 B.C.|p113.htm#i13618||||||||||
FatherAntipater of Macedonia3,4,5,2 b. 0397 B.C., d. 0319 B.C.
     Eurydice was a witness where Ptolemy Ceraunus, King of Thrace and Macedonia went to Casandreia 0280 B.C. At Macedonia.6 Eurydice was a witness where Queen of Egypt Berenice I of Macedonia came to Egypt in the retinue of Eurydice, daughter of Antipater, when Eurydice married Ptolemy.5 Eurydice married Ptolemy I Soter, King of Egypt, son of Lagus of Macedonia and Arsinoë I Argaead, 0320/19 B.C; His 3rd.7,3,1,4,2 Eurydice was the daughter of Antipater of Macedonia.3,4,5,2 Eurydice was born 0339 B.C. At circa.

Family

Ptolemy I Soter, King of Egypt b. 0367/6 B.C., d. 0282 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S284] E.Ptolemy, online http://www.houseofptolemy.org/housegen.htm
  2. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-79.
  4. [S672] Armstrong, online http://www.peicommerce.com
  5. [S705] ., Bios Ancient, pg. 716.
  6. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".
  7. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.

Arsaces of the Parni

b. 0315 B.C.
Arsaces of the Parni|b. 0315 B.C.|p113.htm#i13568|Phriapites of the Parni|b. 0345 B.C.|p131.htm#i15254||||||||||||||||
FatherPhriapites of the Parni1 b. 0345 B.C.
     Arsaces of the Parni concluded his father's migration into Parthia as he and his Parni tribemen adopted the speech of the native Parthians and were absorbed into the native Parthian population 0285 B.C. At Iran.2 He was the son of Phriapites of the Parni.1 Arsaces of the Parni was born 0315 B.C.. He was a governor under Diodotus, king of the Bactrian Greeks.3 He revolted and fled westward to establish his own rule.3 From the Sasanian chronicles they, the Arsacids, enter Persian epic poetry under the name Ashkanian (individual rulers as Ashak, Ashkan).4 He was the first ruler of the Parthians and founder of the Parthian empire.3

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S285] Parthia.com, online http://www.fivepointstech.com/parthia/
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Parni (people).
  4. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica, Arsaces .

N. N. of Isfahan1

N. N. of Isfahan||p113.htm#i15218|N. N. of Isfahan||p218.htm#i24680||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. of Isfahan
     N. N. of Isfahan was sister of Samaros who had been tanuter of Mts'xet'a upon Alexander's arrival. She was born at Isfahan (Spahan), Persia.1 She was the daughter of N. N. of Isfahan. N. N. of Isfahan married N. N., son of N. N. of Mts'xet'a.

Family

N. N.
Children

Citations

  1. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian).

Zariadris, King of Sophene1

b. 0255 B.C.
Zariadris, King of Sophene|b. 0255 B.C.|p113.htm#i13573|Xerxes, King of Armenia|d. 0212 B.C.|p269.htm#i30226||||Arsames, King of Armenia|b. 0280 B.C.|p53.htm#i6300||||||||||
FatherXerxes, King of Armenia1 d. 0212 B.C.
     Zariadris, King of Sophene established himself, with Roman consent, as king of Sophene 0189 B.C..2 King of Sophene at Anatolia 0190 B.C..2,1 He was one of the satraps in Armenia of the Seleucid King Antiochus III.3 Strategos of Sophene at Southeast Anatolia 0201 B.C.. He was the son of Xerxes, King of Armenia.1 Zariadris, King of Sophene was born 0255 B.C. At circa.

Citations

  1. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 282, The Orontid Stemma.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, The Artaxiads, from Armenia.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Artaxias (k. of Arm.).

Thiazi, the Giant1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Skadi (Norse myth.).

Ariobarzanes II, Satrap of Chios1,2

b. 0395-0390 B.C.
Ariobarzanes II, Satrap of Chios|b. 0395-0390 B.C.|p113.htm#i13576|Ariobarzanes I, Satrap of Phrygia and Chios|b. 0415 B.C.\nd. 0362 B.C.|p271.htm#i13578||||Mithradates I., Satrap of Phrygia and Chios|b. 0440 B.C.\nd. 0387-0367 B.C.|p271.htm#i13580||||||||||
FatherAriobarzanes I, Satrap of Phrygia and Chios3 b. 0415 B.C., d. 0362 B.C.
     Ariobarzanes II, Satrap of Chios was the father of three sons 0352 B.C..1 Satrap of Chios at Persian Empire 0362-0337 B.C..2 He was born 0395-0390 B.C..1 He was the son of Ariobarzanes I, Satrap of Phrygia and Chios.3 Ariobarzanes II, Satrap of Chios was possibly the son of Ariobarzanes I, Satrap of Phrygia and Chios.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 411-81.
  2. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 411-80.

Pharnaces I, Satrap of Daskyleon1,2

Pharnaces I, Satrap of Daskyleon||p113.htm#i13581|Pharnabazos I, Satrap of Daskyleon|b. 0480 B.C.\nd. 0414 B.C.|p271.htm#i13582||||Artabazos I., Satrap of Daskyleon|b. 0525 B.C.\nd. 0449 B.C.|p271.htm#i13583||||||||||
FatherPharnabazos I, Satrap of Daskyleon3 b. 0480 B.C., d. 0414 B.C.
     Pharnaces I, Satrap of Daskyleon was the son of Pharnabazos I, Satrap of Daskyleon.3 Pharnaces I, Satrap of Daskyleon was the predecessor of Pharnabazos II, Satrap of Daskyleon; Satrap of Daskyleon.2 Satrap of Daskyleon at Anatolia, Persian Empire, 0430-0414 B.C..2 Pharnaces I, Satrap of Daskyleon was the successor of Pharnabazos I, Satrap of Daskyleon; Satrap of Daskyleon.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 411-84.
  2. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 411-85.

Artasyras1

Artasyras||p113.htm#i13586|Orontes||p113.htm#i13587||||||||||||||||
FatherOrontes1
     Artasyras was the son of Orontes.1 Also called Artasuras.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 279, The Orontid Stemma.

Orontes1

     "The eponym's praenomen Orontes is as Iranian as the dynasty itself, derived from the Avestan aurand/aurvant ('might,' 'hero') and related to the Pehlevi arvand; its Armenian forms being Eruand, Arawan, and, possibly, Hrant."2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 279, The Orontid Stemma.
  2. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 278.

Bagâbigna of Persia1

     Bagâbigna of Persia was living 0590-0580 B.C.2 Also called Bagabigna of Persia.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1640] Livius: Articles on ancient history, online http://www.livius.org/home.html, http://www.livius.org/ho-hz/hydarnes/hydarnes_1.html
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 412-85.

the Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth

the Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13597|the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13604|the Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13697|the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13698|the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13699|the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13700|the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13701|
Fatherthe God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth
Motherthe Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth1
     The Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth was the daughter of the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth.1 The Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth was the mother of King of Latium Aeneas of Roman Myth; the son of the goddess Aphrodite and Anchises.2 The Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth married King of Dardania Anchises of Greek Myth, son of King of Dardania Capys of Greek Myth and Themiste of Greek Myth. The Goddess of Love Aphrodite Pandemos of Greek Myth married the God of War Ares of Greek Myth, son of the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth and the Queen of the Gods Hera of Greek Myth.3

Family 1

the God of War Ares of Greek Myth

Family 2

King of Dardania Anchises of Greek Myth d. 1180 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Aeneas (Roman myth.).
  3. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: Houses of Thebes & Crete.
  4. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.

Bateia of Greek Myth1

Bateia of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13598|King of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13599||||the River God Scamander of Greek Myth||p240.htm#i27329|the Nymph Idaea of Greek Myth||p240.htm#i27330|||||||
FatherKing of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth2

Family

King of Dardania Dardanus of Greek Myth d. 1414 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.
  2. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Troy and Dardania.

King of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth1

King of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13599|the River God Scamander of Greek Myth||p240.htm#i27329|the Nymph Idaea of Greek Myth||p240.htm#i27330|the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13700|the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13701|||||||
Fatherthe River God Scamander of Greek Myth2,3,1
Motherthe Nymph Idaea of Greek Myth2,3,1
     King of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth was the son of the River God Scamander of Greek Myth and the Nymph Idaea of Greek Myth.2,3,1 King of the Teucrians Teucer of Greek Myth gave a share of his land to Dardanus along with his daughter Batia.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Teucer 2.
  2. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Troy and Dardania.
  3. [S1333] Theoi Project, online www.theoi.com\index.htm, SKAMANDROS.

Hecuba of Phrygia1,2

Hecuba of Phrygia||p113.htm#i13600|King of Phrygia Dymas of Phrygia||p192.htm#i21417||||||||||||||||
FatherKing of Phrygia Dymas of Phrygia2
     Hecuba of Phrygia was the daughter of King of Phrygia Dymas of Phrygia.2 Hecuba of Phrygia was the mother of Seer of Troy Helenus of Greek Myth; son of King Priam of Troy and his wife Hecuba, brother of Hector, and twin of the prophetess Cassandra.3 Hecuba of Phrygia married King of Troy Priam of Greek Myth, son of King of Troy Laomedon of Greek Myth; His 2nd.1,4,5 Hecuba of Phrygia avenged the death of her youngest son, Polydorus, who had been placed in the care of Polymestor, King of Thrace, by putting out the Kings eyes and murdering his two sons.6 Hecuba of Phrygia was buried in Cynossema (Dog's Monument) on the Hellespont. She was later turned into a dog, and her grave became a mark for ships.6 Also called Hekabe Greek.6 She was the principal wife of the Trojan king Priam.6 She was the daughter, according to some accounts, of the Phrygian king Dymas.6 She was the mother of Hector of Greek Myth; the eldest son of the Trojan king Priam and his queen Hecuba.7

Family

King of Troy Priam of Greek Myth d. 1184 B.C.
Children

Citations

  1. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.
  2. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Helenus (Gr. myth.).
  4. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Priam (Gr. myth.).
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hecuba (Gr. leg. figure).
  7. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hector (Gr. myth.).
  8. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Troy and Dardania.

the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth

the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13604|the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13698|the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13699|the Heaven Uranus of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13787|the Earth Goddess Gaia of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13788|the Heaven Uranus of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13787|the Earth Goddess Gaia of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13788|
Fatherthe Titan Cronos of Greek Myth1
Motherthe Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth1
     The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth caused The Flood in the age of Deucalion 1529 B.C..1 He was born at a cave of Dicte, Crete. Both Gaia and Uranus foretold Cronos that he would be dethroned by his own son. So to avoid this he used to swallow his children at birth. This enraged Rhea, who being pregnant with Zeus, went to Crete and gave him birth in a cave of Dicte. Nymphs fed the child Zeus on the milk of Amalthea and the Curetes in arms guarded the child in the cave, clashing their spears on their shields in order to prevent Cronos to hear his voice. In the meantime Rhea wrapped a stone in clothes and gave it to Cronos to swallow, as if it were the newborn child.1 He was the chief deity of the Greek pantheon, and called the father (i.e., the ruler and protector) of both gods and men.2 Also called the Sky God Jupiter Lucetius of Roman Myth.3 He was the son of the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth and the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with the Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth.4 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth and the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth, daughter of the River God Asopus of Greek Myth and the Naiad Metope of Greek Myth.1,5 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Graeae Dino of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Phorcus of Greek Myth and the Sea-Goddess Ceto of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with Alcmene of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Mycenae Electryon Perseid and Anaxo of Greek Myth.1 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Pleiade Taygete of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth.6 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Leto of Greek Myth.7 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Pyrrha of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Epimetheus of Greek Myth and Pandora of Greek Myth.8 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Callisto of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Arcadia Lycaon of Greek Myth.9 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Queen of the Gods Hera of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth and the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth; Siblings.10 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth associated with Europa of Greek Myth, daughter of Agenor of Greek Myth and Telephassa of Greek Myth. The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married Danaë of Greek Myth, daughter of King of Argos Acrisius of Greek Myth and Eurydice of Greek Myth.11 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Oceanid Plouto of Greek Myth, daughter of the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth and the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth.12 The God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth married the Naiad Io of Greek Myth, daughter of the River God Inachus of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Melia of Greek Myth.12

Family 1

the Oceanid Plouto of Greek Myth
Child

Family 2

Leto of Greek Myth
Child

Family 3

the Queen of the Gods Hera of Greek Myth
Child

Family 4

the Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth
Child

Family 5

the Pleiade Taygete of Greek Myth
Child

Family 6

the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth
Child

Family 7

the Oceanid Dione of Greek Myth
Child

Family 8

the Graeae Dino of Greek Myth
Child

Family 9

Pyrrha of Greek Myth
Child

Family 10

Callisto of Greek Myth
Child

Family 11

Europa of Greek Myth
Child

Family 12

Alcmene of Greek Myth
Child

Family 13

Danaë of Greek Myth
Child

Family 14

the Naiad Io of Greek Myth
Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Zeus (Gr. god).
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Jupiter (Roman god).
  4. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.
  5. [S1333] Theoi Project, online www.theoi.com\index.htm, AIGINA.
  6. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Sparta.
  7. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Apollo (Gr. deity).
  8. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Zeus.
  9. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Callisto.
  10. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hera (Gr. goddess).
  11. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Perseus (Gr. myth.).
  12. [S1078] Plato and his dialogues, online http://phd.evansville.edu/tools/index.htm
  13. [S1333] Theoi Project, online www.theoi.com\index.htm, PLOUTO.
  14. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Troy and Dardania.
  15. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Salmoneus.

the Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth1

the Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13605|the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13736|the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13737|the Titan Iapetus of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13738|the Oceanid Clymene of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13739|the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13700|the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13701|
Fatherthe Titan Atlas of Greek Myth
Motherthe Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth
     The Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth was the daughter of the Titan Atlas of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Pleïone of Greek Myth. The Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth associated with the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth, son of the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth and the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth.1 The Pleiade Electra of Greek Myth was a Pleiad loved by Zeus and by him became the ancestress of the Trojan royal family.2

Family

the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth
Child

Citations

  1. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.
  2. [S1333] Theoi Project, online www.theoi.com\index.htm, ELEKTRE.
  3. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: House of Troy and Dardania.

Alcetas I, King of Macedonia1,2

Alcetas I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13607|Aeropus I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13608||||Philip I., King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13609|Nikonoe (?)||p192.htm#i21403|||||||
FatherAeropus I, King of Macedonia3,4
     Alcetas I, King of Macedonia was the son of Aeropus I, King of Macedonia.3,4 King of Macedonia at the Balkan Peninsula 0576-0547 B.C.. Alcetas I, King of Macedonia was the successor of Aeropus I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-86.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-87.
  4. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.
  5. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…

Aeropus I, King of Macedonia1,2

Aeropus I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13608|Philip I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13609|Nikonoe (?)||p192.htm#i21403|Argaeus I., King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13610|Prothoe (?)||p192.htm#i21402|||||||
FatherPhilip I, King of Macedonia3,4
MotherNikonoe (?)2
     Aeropus I, King of Macedonia was the son of Philip I, King of Macedonia and Nikonoe (?).3,4,2 King of Macedonia at the Balkan Peninsula 0608-0566 B.C..5 Aeropus I, King of Macedonia was the successor of Philip I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-87.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-88.
  4. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.
  5. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…

Philip I, King of Macedonia1

Philip I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13609|Argaeus I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13610|Prothoe (?)||p192.htm#i21402|Perdiccas I., King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13611|Cleopatra (?)||p192.htm#i21401|||||||
FatherArgaeus I, King of Macedonia2,3
MotherProthoe (?)4
     Philip I, King of Macedonia was the son of Argaeus I, King of Macedonia and Prothoe (?).2,3,4 Philip I, King of Macedonia was the predecessor of Aeropus I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.5 King of Macedonia at the Balkan Peninsula 0643-0608 B.C..5 Philip I, King of Macedonia was the successor of Argaeus I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.5 Philip I, King of Macedonia married Nikonoe (?).4,6

Family

Nikonoe (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-88.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-89.
  3. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.
  4. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  5. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…
  6. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm

Argaeus I, King of Macedonia1,2

Argaeus I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13610|Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13611|Cleopatra (?)||p192.htm#i21401|Tyrimmas Argead||p113.htm#i13612|Cleonice (?)||p124.htm#i21400|||||||
FatherPerdiccas I, King of Macedonia3,4,5
MotherCleopatra (?)2,5
     Argaeus I, King of Macedonia was the son of Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia and Cleopatra (?).3,4,5,2 Argaeus I, King of Macedonia was the predecessor of Philip I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.6 King of Macedonia at the Balkan Peninsula 0675-0643 B.C..6 Argaeus I, King of Macedonia was the successor of Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.6 Argaeus I, King of Macedonia married Prothoe (?).2,5

Family

Prothoe (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-89.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-90.
  4. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.
  5. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  6. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…

Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia1

Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13611|Tyrimmas Argead||p113.htm#i13612|Cleonice (?)||p124.htm#i21400|Coenus Argead||p113.htm#i13613||||||||||
FatherTyrimmas Argead3
MotherCleonice (?)2
     Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia was the predecessor of Argaeus I, King of Macedonia; King of Macedonia.4 King of Macedonia at the Balkan Peninsula 0723-0675 B.C..4 Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia hired himself out to serve the king and took charge of the smaller cattle at Lebaea, Upper Macedonia.3 He fell afoul of the king because of wages, and with his brothers, and fled to another part of Macedonia, in which they crossed a stream which thereafter swelled so that pursuit was impossible, and took up their abode near the place called "the Gardens of Midas, son of Gordias".3 He was born at Argos. He was the son of Tyrimmas Argead and Cleonice (?).2,3 Perdiccas I, King of Macedonia left Illyria and crossed to Upper Macedonia where he and his brothers came to the town of Lebaea.3 He fled Argos to the Illyrians.3 He married Cleopatra (?).2

Family

Cleopatra (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-90.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.
  4. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…
  5. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm

Tyrimmas Argead1,2

Tyrimmas Argead||p113.htm#i13612|Coenus Argead||p113.htm#i13613||||Caranus, King of Aegae||p113.htm#i13614|Lanice (?)||p111.htm#i21399|||||||
FatherCoenus Argead3
     Tyrimmas Argead was the son of Coenus Argead.3 Also called Temenus.1 Tyrimmas Argead married Cleonice (?).2

Family

Cleonice (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-91.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-92.
  4. [S723] Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Herodotus' History.

Coenus Argead1

Coenus Argead||p113.htm#i13613|Caranus, King of Aegae||p113.htm#i13614|Lanice (?)||p111.htm#i21399|Phidon Heraclid||p192.htm#i21452||||||||||
FatherCaranus, King of Aegae2
MotherLanice (?)1
     Coenus Argead was the son of Caranus, King of Aegae and Lanice (?).1,2 Also called Koinos.3 Also called Comus.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-93.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-92.

Caranus, King of Aegae1,2,3

Caranus, King of Aegae||p113.htm#i13614|Phidon Heraclid||p192.htm#i21452||||Aristodamides Heraclid||p192.htm#i21451||||||||||
FatherPhidon Heraclid4
     Caranus, King of Aegae was the son of Phidon Heraclid.4 Caranus, King of Aegae settles at Edessa 0818 B.C. At Macedonia.5 He married Lanice (?).2 Caranus, King of Aegae was an Argive.5 "This tradition, doubtless closely knit with the legends (later subjected to much literary elaboration), concerning a movement of Greek tribes from the Peloponnese does not differ substantially from the local Macedonian tradition preserved by Herodotus. The essentials which interest us here are to be found in both, namely that it was believed both in Macedonia and by the Greeks in general that the royal house of Aegae was Greek and traced its descent from the Heracleid Temenids of Argos. In the main, independent of the poetic adornments about an expedition from the south, distribution or conquest of Macedonian territory, assault on Edessa and so on, in which as we shall show later some historical significance can be found, the difference lies in the fact that Caranus instead of Perdiccas, whom Herodotus records, emigrated from Argos and founded the Macedonian dynasty."3

Family

Lanice (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-93.
  2. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  3. [S1250] Professor, University of Athens Apostolos Dascalakis, "The Argaeo-Temenids".
  4. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…
  5. [S1627] Chronology of Justin's History, online http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/fathers/…

Meleagros Argaead1

Meleagros Argaead||p113.htm#i13615|Balakros Argaead||p113.htm#i13616||||Amyntas I. Argaead||p53.htm#i6340||||||||||
FatherBalakros Argaead2
     Meleagros Argaead was the son of Balakros Argaead.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-81.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-82.

Balakros Argaead1

Balakros Argaead||p113.htm#i13616|Amyntas II Argaead||p53.htm#i6340||||Alexander I. P., King of Macedonia||p53.htm#i6342||||||||||
FatherAmyntas II Argaead
     Balakros Argaead was the son of Amyntas II Argaead.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-82.

Ioiaos of Macedonia1

b. 0379 B.C.
     Ioiaos of Macedonia was born 0379 B.C..1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 413-79.
  2. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm

Stratonice of Thrace1

b. 0370 B.C.
Stratonice of Thrace|b. 0370 B.C.|p113.htm#i13627|King Corrhaeus of Thrace|b. 0400 B.C.|p113.htm#i13628||||||||||||||||
FatherKing Corrhaeus of Thrace1,2 b. 0400 B.C.
     Stratonice of Thrace married Antigonus I Monophthalamos, King of Phrygia, son of Philip of Elimea, 0350 B.C.1,2 Stratonice of Thrace was born 0370 B.C.. She was the daughter of King Corrhaeus of Thrace.1,2 Stratonice of Thrace was the mother of Demetrius I Poliorcetes, King of Phrygia and Macedonia; the son of Antigonus by his wife, Stratonice, the daughter of Corrhaeus.3

Family

Antigonus I Monophthalamos, King of Phrygia b. 0382 B.C., d. 0301 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 427-81.
  2. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives.
  3. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives, DEMETRIUS.

King Corrhaeus of Thrace1,2

b. 0400 B.C.
     King Corrhaeus of Thrace was born 0400 B.C.. He was the grandfather of Demetrius I Poliorcetes, King of Phrygia and Macedonia; the son of Antigonus by his wife, Stratonice, the daughter of Corrhaeus.2 Also called Korrhagos.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives.
  2. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives, DEMETRIUS.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 427-81.

Philip of Elimea1

b. 0412 B.C.
Philip of Elimea|b. 0412 B.C.|p113.htm#i13629|Machatas of the Elimiotai||p192.htm#i21404||||King Derdas of the Elimiotai||p172.htm#i19251|daughter Argaead||p172.htm#i19267|||||||
FatherMachatas of the Elimiotai1
     Philip of Elimea was born 0412 B.C.. He was the son of Machatas of the Elimiotai.1 Philip of Elimea was an aristocrat, and beyond this nothing of significance is known.2 Also called Philippus of Macedonia.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S921] Marcotte's Argead Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/argead.htm
  2. [S705] ., Bios Ancient, pg. 60.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 427-82.

Antiochus of Macedonia1

Antiochus of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13638|Seleucius of Macedonia||p113.htm#i13640||||||||||||||||
FatherSeleucius of Macedonia1
     Antiochus of Macedonia was the son of Seleucius of Macedonia.1 Antiochus of Macedonia was a general of Philip II of Macedonia.2 He married Laodice (?).1

Family

Laodice (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 414-80.
  2. [S1405] Various EB CD 2004, Seleucus I Nicator.

Laodice (?)1

     Laodice (?) married Antiochus of Macedonia, son of Seleucius of Macedonia.1

Family

Antiochus of Macedonia
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 414-80.

Seleucius of Macedonia1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 414-80.