Person:Cleopatra Thea (1)

Cleopatra Thea _____
b.Abt 164 BC
d.121 BC
  1. Ptolemy Eupator _____
  2. Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator152 BC - 144 BC
  3. Cleopatra III of Egypt161 BC - 101 BC
  4. Cleopatra Thea _____Abt 164 BC - 121 BC
  1. Antiochus VIII Grypus _____ - 96 BC
  2. Seleucus V Philometor _____ - 126 BC
  1. Antiochus VI DionysusAbt 148 BC - Abt 142 BC
  1. Antiochus IX Cyzicenus _____ - 96 BC
Facts and Events
Name Cleopatra Thea _____
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 164 BC
Marriage to Demetrius II Nicator _____
Marriage to Alexander Balas _____
Marriage to Antiochus VII Sidetes _____
Death[1] 121 BC
Reference Number? Q231682?

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Cleopatra Thea (which means "Cleopatra the Goddess"; c. 164 – 121 BC) surnamed Eueteria (i.e., "good-harvest/fruitful season") was the ruler of the Hellenistic Seleucid Empire. She was queen consort of Syria from 150 to about 125 BC as the wife of three Syrian kings: Alexander Balas, Demetrius II Nicator, and Antiochus VII Sidetes. She ruled Syria from 125 BC after the death of Demetrius II Nicator, eventually in co-regency with her son Antiochus VIII Grypus until 121 or 120 BC.

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