cleopatria_selene (foaf:Person)

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كليوباترا سيليني الأولى (ar), Клеапатра Селена (be), Клеопатра Селена I (bg), Cleòpatra V Selene (ca), Kleopatra V. (de), Κλεοπάτρα Σελήνη Α΄ (el), Cleopatra Selene (en), Cleopatra Selene I (es), Kleopatra Selene I.a (eu), Cléopâtre V Séléné (fr), קלאופטרה סלנה הראשונה (he), Kleópatra Selena 1. (is), Cleopatra Selene (it), クレオパトラ・セレネ1世 (ja), 클레오파트라 세레네 1세 (ko), Kleopatra Selene I (nb), Cleopatra Selena I (nl), Kleopatra Selene I (pl), Cleópatra Selene I (pt), Клеопатра Селена I (ru), Kleopatra Selena I (sh), Клеопатра Селена I (sr), Kleopatra Selene I (sv), คลีโอพัตรา เซเลเนแห่งซีเรีย (th), Клеопатра Селена (uk), Cleopatra Selene I (vi), 克娄巴特拉·塞勒涅一世 (zh)
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Cleopatra Selene ("Moon") reigned jointly with her young son Antiochus XIII Philometor ("Mother-loving") in the environs of Damascus from c. 83/2 to sometime before 75 BC. Celopatra Selene was was a Ptolemaic princess who was married in sequence to Antiochus VIII, Antiochus IX, and Antiochus X. She had two sons by Antiochus X: Antiochus XIII and an unknown brother whose name may have been Seleucus. The extent of her power in Syria is very much unclear. In 75 BC, Cleopatra sent both her sons to Rome to press a claim to Ptolemaic Egypt, but this was denied. They seem to have been making their way home through Asia Minor when Tigranes II of Armenia invaded Syria and captured their mother in c. 69 BC. Cleopatra Selene was imprisoned at Seleucia (Zeugma) and ultimately killed. (en)
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http://nomisma.org/id/greek_numismatics
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http://nomisma.org/id/cleopatria_selene#authority
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http://nomisma.org/id/seleucid_dynasty
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http://dbpedia.org/resource/Cleopatra_Selene_of_Syria
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https://www.freebase.com/m/06f70c
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https://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q40027