Ptolemy XIV


Ptolemy XIV Philopator Philadelphus1, son of Ptolemy XII2 probably by Cleopatra V3, born in 60 or 594, probably not proclaimed coregent by Cleopatra VII in year 2 = 51/05, or in year 3 = 50/496, was proclaimed coregent with Cleopatra VII end of Martius AUC 707 = early January 477, and probably married her at that time8, probably not attested as a victor at the Basileia in Lebadaeia8.1, died, allegedly poisoned by Cleopatra VII9, between early June and 1 Thoth year 9 = 4 September 4410. He had no known children.

No Egyptian titulary is known for him.

Update Notes:

11 Feb 2002: Added individual trees
28 Feb 2002: Split into separate entry
12 May 2002: Corrected Roman and Egyptian date equations as necessary
30 June 2002: Corrected Roman and Egyptian date equations again as necessary
18 June 2003: Updated Xrefs to translations of Caesar
13 Sep 2004: Add Xref to online Eusebius
13 Jan 2005: Add Xref to discussion of the "King Ptolemy Philopator" who was a victor at the Basileia.
19 Jan 2005: Update Xrefs on Alexandrian Wars to Forumromanum edition
11 Mar 2005: Added Greek transcription; link to DDBDP transcipt of pOxy 14.1629
16 Sep 2006: Add links to Packard Humanities DB
28 May 2007: Added Xref to BASP paper
7 Dec 2010: Fix broken DDbDP links
16 April 2011: Note Westalls discussion of the date of the will of Ptolemy XII as a terminus ante quem for the birth of Ptolemy XIV.

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