Person:Laodice IV (1)

Laodice IV _____
  1. Laodice VI _____ - Bet 115 BC & 113 BC
  2. Antiochus V _____ - 161 BC
  3. Alexander Balas _____ - 145 BC
  1. Demetrius I Soter _____185 BC - 150 BC
  2. Laodice V _____ - 150 BC
  1. Nysa _____
Facts and Events
Name Laodice IV _____
Gender Female
Marriage to Antiochus IV Epiphanes
Marriage to Seleucus IV Philopator _____
Marriage to Antiochus _____
Reference Number? Q451082?

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Laodice IV (flourished second half 3rd century BC and first half 2nd century BC) was a Greek Princess, Head Priestess and Queen of the Seleucid Empire. Antiochus III appointed Laodice in 193 BC, as the chief priestess of the state cult dedicated to her late mother Laodice III in Media. She later was married to three Kings of the Seleucid Empire, all her brothers.

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