Apame - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the wife of Seleucus I, king of Syria
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n_51, a decree of Miletus in honour of Apama, the wife of Seleucus.
eeded by Antiochus, his son by Apame the Persian. Antiochu
his wife a virgin called Apama, after killing her father
son named Antiochus, by Apame, a Persian lady; but he tho
- the daughter of Seleucus I, king of Syria
ters by Apama, who were called Apama and Laodice. After
named it after his daughter Apama. After building a wal
- the daughter of Antiochus I, king of Syria
+ Apama , Arsinoe
Magas marries Apame, the daughter of Antiochus.
daughters Stratonice and Apame, of whom the former was mar
the death of the king, Arsinoe, the mother of the girl,
ε&ικ (?) of Apama . . . but (?) was cal
- the daughter of Antiochus II, king of Syria
Seleucus, Antiochus and Apame, the children of Antiochus and Laodice,
(Artakama) - the wife of Ptolemy I, king of Egypt
rs; one of which, called Apame, he gave to Ptolemy; and
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