Iotape (Person)
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Iotape VII (daughter of Iotape VI)
IOTAPE (PERSON) [Gk Iōtapē (Ἰωταπη)]. This name designates no fewer than seven princesses or queens active in the late 1st century b.c. and for most of the 1st century a.d. It also refers to two towns. See IOTAPE (PLACE).1. Iotape I. The young daughter of Artavasdes, king of Media Atropatene (modern
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Volumes I–III
IOTAPE (Ἰωτάπη). 1 A daughter of Artavasdes, king of Media, was married to Alexander, the son of Antony, the triumvir, after the Armenian campaign in b. c. 34. Antony gave to Artavasdes the part of Armenia which he had conquered. [Artavasdks, p. 370, b.] After the battle of Actium Iotape was restored