Stateira   - in ancient sources @

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  Stateira   - the wife of Dareius III
Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.609 nally sent her as a present to Stateira, the wife of the
PsCallisth_2.22 "Alexander sends greetings to Stateira and Rhodogunē.

  Stateira 2   - the daughter of Dareius III, and wife of Alexander
Wikipedia entry
  + Statira
324/9 Alexander marries Stateira at a mass wedding of his officers in Susa.
323/54 Roxane murders Stateira, who had been her rival as wife of Alexander.
    Within translations:
Just_12.10 after he married Statira, the daughter of king Darius;
Memn_4 Dareius, whose daughter Stateira Alexander took as his

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