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Antiochus II Theos
Antiochus II Theos (286–246 bc). Succeeded Antiochus I Soter, his father, to the Seleucid throne (r. 261–246 bc). The Greeks of Miletus called him “Theos” (Θεός, Theos), meaning “the Divine” or “the God,” because he killed their tyrant Timarchus (Appian, Syriaca 65; compare Josephus, Antiquities 12.125).