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PREFERRED TERM
Antiochus Hierax  
TYPE
  • foaf:Person

DEFINITION
  • Antiochus Hierax ("the Hawk") was the younger brother of Seleucus II who was appointed viceroy of Asia Minor during the Third Syrian War (246-241 BC) between Seleucus II and Ptolemy III. In c. 242 BC Hierax proclaimed himself king and began the War of the Brothers (c. 241-236 BC) against Seleucus II. Hierax ultimately lost his kingdom and escaped to Thrace, where he was killed by Galatians in 227 BC.
IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Antioko Hierax

Basque

Антыёх Гіеракс

Belarusian

Антиох Хиеракс

Bulgarian

Antíoc Hierax

Catalan

安條克·伊厄拉斯

Chinese

Antiochus Hierax

Dutch

Antiokhos Hieraks

Finnish

Antiochos Hiérax

French

Antiochos Hierax

German

Αντίοχος Ιέραξ

Greek

Antioco Ierace

Italian

Antiochus

Latin

Antioch Hieraks

Polish

Antíoco Híerax

Portuguese

Антиох Гиеракс

Russian

Antioh Hijeraks

Serbo-Croatian

Antíoco Hierax

Spanish

Antiokus Hieraks

Turkish

Антіох Гієракс

Ukrainian

Antiochos Hierax

Vietnamese

URI
http://nomisma.org/id/antiochus_hierax
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