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Ptolemy VI Philometor

Ptolemy VI Philometor: king of the Ptolemaic Empire, ruled from 181 to 145.


Main deeds

Egyptian titles: Iwaennetjerwyper Setepenptahkhepri Irmaatenamunra ("Son of two divine houses, Chosen by Ptah-Khepri, Dispenser of the justice of Amun-Ra"; the two houses are the House of Ptolemy and the House of Seleucus)

Succeeded by: his brother Ptolemy VIII Euergetes

Information on the web

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