demetrius_iii_eucaerus (foaf:Person)

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ديميتريوس الثالث (ar), Дэметрый III Эўкер (be), Деметрий III Еукер (bg), Demetri III Eucàros (ca), Demetrios 3. af Seleukideriget (da), Demetrios III. (de), Δημήτριος Γ' Εύκαιρος (el), Demetrius III (en), Demetrio III Eucarios (es), Demetrio III.a Eukarios (eu), دیمتریوس سوم (fa), Demetrios III Eukairos (fi), Démétrios III (fr), דמטריוס השלישי (he), III. Démétriosz szeleukida uralkodó (hu), Demetrio III (it), デメトリオス3世エウカイロス (ja), 데메트리오스 3세 (ko), Demetrius III Eucaerus (la), ഡിമിത്രിയസ് III (ml), Demetrios III av Syria (nb), Demetrius III Eucaerus (nl), Demetriusz III Filopator (pl), Demétrio III Filopáter (pt), Деметрий III Эвкер (ru), Demetrije III Euker (sh), Demetrios III (sv), Деметрій III Філопатор (uk), Demetrios III Eukairos (vi)
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Demetrius III Philopator Soter ("Father-loving Savior"), nicknamed Eucaerus ("the Well-timed"), was the twenty-first king of the Seleucid Empire, ruling in Damascus from 97/6 to 88/7 BC. A brother of Seleucus VI, Antiochus XI, and Philip I, Demetrius III was installed in Damascus by Ptolemy IX as a means of denying the city to both Antiochus IX and the Nabatean Arabs. He fought an unsuccessful war against the Hasmonean Jewish king, Alexander Jannaeus, but made inroads into northern Syria. In 88 BC, Demetrius III besieged Philip I, in Beroea. The siege was abruptly lifted when Demetrius was captured by Philip's Parthian allies. He died in captivity shortly thereafter. (en)
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