A Seleukid Prosopography and Gazetteer
The Seleukid kingdom was one of the greatest states of the ancient world, stretching from Greece to India; it is also one of the least known. This reference work lists all the people whose names are known who lived in that kingdom, classifying them into rulers, officials and subjects, and in each case noting their activity. In addition all the foreigners whose lives affected the Seleukid state are listed. The Gazetteer lists the places which were included in the kingdom, classified as regions, including provinces and peoples, or settlements, whether cities or villages, with a description of their place in its history. In addition the institutions of the kingdom, the social and political glue which made it work, are noted and briefly described.
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Kings and their Families
The Early Seleukid Dynasty
Western Asia Minor
Achaios Amyzon Antigonos Antiocheia Antiochos Antiochos III Anu-ab-usur Anu-ah-ittannu Anu-ahhe-iddin Anu-balassu-iqbi Anu-belsunu Anu-uballit Anu-zer-iddin Apamea Apollonios ARTEMIDOROS assignment of temple Athenaios Athens Babylonia batde became a citizen BMC Greek Ionia bronze coins brother buried in Athens citizen of Miletos city issued Clay Clay II Cretan mercenary soldier daughter deed of sale Delos Demetrios descendant of Ahutu descendant of Ekur-zakir descendant of Hunzu descendant of Lustammar-Adad Didyma Diod Dionysios Doty envoy Ephesos Erythrai grandson Iasos IG II/III Ina-qibit-Anu inscription Ionia Justin Kidin-Anu king Klazomenai Kyme Labasi Labraunda land at Uruk Laodike Laodikeia Livy Lysimachos magistrate named Magnesia-on-Maiandros McEwan named on bronze Nana-iddin NCBT Nidintu-Anu OGIS prebend at Uruk Priene Priest and Temple property at Uruk Ptolemy quitclaim References Rihat-Anu Rutten sale of land sales of prebends satrap Seleukid Seleukos Smyrna soldier who became Sources special law Strabo strategos Syria Uruk date lost Weisberg