seleucid_dynasty (rdac:Family)

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Seleucid Dynasty (en)
skos:definition
The Seleucid Dynasty was founded in 312 B.C. by one of Alexander the Great's generals, Seleucid I Nicator, after the empire was split between the Diodochi. The Seleucid Dynasty ruled over much of Alexander's eastern domain, from Anatolia to (at it's greatest extent) Bactria. The dynasty finally collapsed to the rising Roman hegemony in the East in 63 B.C. (en)
dcterms:isPartOf
http://nomisma.org/id/greek_numismatics
nmo:hasEndDate
63 B.C.
nmo:hasStartDate
312 B.C.
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skos:Concept
rdfs:seeAlso
http://nomisma.org/id/seleucid_empire
skos:scopeNote
This concept of a dynastic entity is similar to, but should not be confused with the Seleucid Empire, a political entity. (en)