Ptolemy Philadelphus


Ptolemy Philadelphus1, son of Cleopatra VII and Antony2, born c. August/September 363, declared king of Phoenicia, Syria and Cilicia at the Donations of Alexandria in autumn 344, placed under the guardianship of Octavia, sister of Augustus, after the annexation of Egypt5, further career unknown; possibly died before August 296. No marriages or children are known.

Update Notes:

11 Feb 2002: Added individual trees
28 Feb 2002: Split out into separate entry
18 May 2003: Changed Plutarch Xrefs to the Lacus Curtius edition
19 Oct 2004: Changed Periochae Xref to Lendering translation
6 Nov 2004: Added notes on Roller's discussion of the date of his death.
11 Mar 2005: Added Greek transcription

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