Antiochus XI Epiphanes Philadelphus ("manifestation of the god", "who loves his brother"): name of a Seleucid king, ruled from c.95 to c.93/92.
Successor of: Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator
- Since 114/113, the Seleucid dynasty had been divided into two branches, one in the south and one in the north.
- Summer 96: The death of Antiochus VIII Grypus (northern branch) appears to open the road to reunion under his halfbrother and opponent Antiochus IX Cyzicenus (southern branch), but Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator, a son of Antiochus VIII, continues his father's rule in the north.
- Early 95: Antiochus IX Cyzicenus of the southern branch is defeated and killed by Seleucus of the north; Antiochus IX is succeeded by his son, Antiochus X Eusebes
- c.95: First coinage of Antiochus XI, son of Antiochus VIII, and colleague or rival of his brother Seleucus VI
- Summer 94: Antiochus X overcomes Seleucus VI; the northern branch continued by Antiochus XI Epiphanes only
- 93: Antiochus XI occupies Antioch and looses the city again
- 93/92: After a brief reign, Antiochus XI Epiphanes is defeated and killed by Antiochus X Eusebes, who takes over the northern part
- O. Hoover, "Revised Chronology for the Late Seleucids at Antioch (121/0-64 BC)" in: Historia 65/3 (2007) 280-301