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A concubine of Antiochus IV Epiphanes, who presented her with two Cilician cities, Tarsus and Mallus. As a result, the people of both cities revolted (2 Macc 4:30).
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ANTIOCHIS (PERSON) [Gk Antiochis (Ἀντιοχις)]. Concubine of Antiochus Epiphanes IV (2 Macc 4:30). Antiochus IV’s official queen was Laodice, who may have been his sister. According to oriental custom, Antiochus IV assigned the maintenance of Tarsus and Mallus, two Cicilian towns, to Antiochis’ care.
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ANTI′OCHIS (Ἀντιοχίς). 1. A sister of Antiochus the Great, married to Xerxes, king of Armosata, a city between the Euphrates and the Tigris. (Polyb. viii. 25.)2. A daughter of Antiochus the Great, married to Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, bore to her husband two daughters and a son named Mithridates.
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