This inscription is the only surviving Greek document that explicitly states that Ptolemy Eupator was the son of Ptolemy VI. He was joint king for a few months in 152 B.C. ( see P.Ryl.Dem. 16 = AET 6.3.A ). For the chronology of his brief reign, see the notes by Chris Bennett.
In honour of king Ptolemaios, the god Eupator, son of king Ptolemaios and queen Cleopatra, the gods Philometores . . .
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