AskDefine | Define antiochus

Extensive Definition

Antiochus is the name of thirteen kings of the Seleucid Empire:
It is also the name of Antiochus Hierax, the rebel brother of Seleucus II Callinicus
Antiochus is also the name of four rulers of the small middle-eastern kingdom of Commagene:
Antiochus is also a common name in Ancient Greece, referring to: philosophers:
Other early bearers of the name Antiochus in Ancient Greece include:
Antiochus is also the name of some Christian saints (see Saint Antiochus).

References

antiochus in Catalan: Antíoc
antiochus in German: Antiochos
antiochus in Modern Greek (1453-): Αντίοχος (αποσαφήνιση)
antiochus in French: Antiochos
antiochus in Korean: 안티오쿠스
antiochus in Dutch: Antiochus
antiochus in Portuguese: Antíoco
antiochus in Russian: Антиох
antiochus in Finnish: Antiokhos
antiochus in Swedish: Antiochos
antiochus in Chinese: 安条克 (消歧义)
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