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  1. Antiochus II Theos King Of The Seleucid Empire King of the Seleucid Empire  ± 287-± 246 Tree
  2. Apama II Queen Of Cyrenaica Queen of Cyrenaica  ± 304-± 252 Tree


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{geni:about_me} Stratonice of Syria

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"Antiochus I and Stratonice", a painting by Jacques-Louis David (1774).
For other persons with the same name, see Stratonice

Stratonice (in Greek Στρατoνίκη της Συρίας) of Syria was the daughter of king Demetrius Poliorcetes and Phila, the daughter of Antipater. In 300 BC, at which time she could not have been more than seventeen years of age, her hand was solicited by Seleucus, king of Syria, and she was conducted by her father Demetrius to Rhosus, on the Pierian coast (in Macedonia), where her nuptials were celebrated with the utmost magnificence.[1] Notwithstanding the disparity of their ages, she appears to have lived in perfect harmony with the old king for some years, and had already borne him one child, a daughter called Phila, when it was discovered that her stepson Antiochus was deeply enamouredof her, and Seleucus, in order to save the life of his son, which was endangered by the violence of his passion, in 294 BC gave up Stratonice in marriage to the young prince, whom he at the same time constituted king of the eastern provinces.[2] The union seems to have been a prosperous one, but we find little subsequent mention of Stratonice. She bore five children to Antiochus: Seleucus (he was executed for rebellion), Laodice, Apama II, Stratonice of Macedon and Antiochus II Theos, who succeeded his father as king. The city of Stratonikeia in Caria was named after her by Antiochus.[3] [1]

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[edit] References
Smith, William (editor); Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, "Stratonice (3)", Boston, (1867)

[edit] Notes

1.^ Plutarch, Parallel Lives, "Demetrius", 31, 32
2.^ Plutarch, 38; Appian, The Foreign Wars, "The Syrian Wars", 59
3.^ Strabo, Geography, xiv. 2; Stephanus of Byzantium, Ethnica, s.v. "Stratoniceia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratonice_of_Syria


Stratonice, Queen Consort of the Seleucids, was born circa 283 BC.
Stratonice first married Seleucus, but when Seleucus determined that his son was deeply in love with his step mother, she was given in marriage by him to his son, Antiochus I Soter, King of the Seleucids circa 294 BC.
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