II (first half third century BCE): Seleucid
princess, wife of Magas of Cyrene.
Marriage to Magas of Cyrene,
stepbrother of king Ptolemy
II Philadelphus of Egypt
Magas and Ptolemy agree to marry Berenice to Ptolemy
Death of Magas; queen Apame agrees to a marriage between
Berenice and Demetrius the Fair, who is made king of Cyrene.
the Fair is assassinated and Apame almost loses her life; Cyrene
recovered for the Ptolemaic
can marry her fiancé. Apame may have settled in Alexandria.
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