Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator ("manifestation of the god", "victor"): name of a Seleucid king, ruled from 96 to 94.
Successor of: Antiochus VIII Grypus
- During the reign of Seleucus' father, Antiochus VIII Grypus, the latter's brother Antiochus IX Cyzicenus revolted; both sides were able to maintain their ground but unable to overcome the other side.
- Summer 96: Death of Antiochus VIII Grypus. His wife Cleopatra V Selene marries her brother-in-law in order to put an end to the conflict.
- However, her son Seleucus VI Epiphanes accepts the throne and continues his family branch, which controls the northern part of the kingdom.
- Early 95: Seleucus meets his uncle in battle. He defeats Antiochus IX, but again, the empire is not reunited: the son of Antiochus IX, Antiochus X Eusebes Philopator, becomes leader of the southern branch and continues the struggle
- Running out of silver, Seleucus mints emergency coinage of poor quality
- Summer 94: Antiochus X besieges Seleucus VI at Mopsuestia in Cilicia, and kills his cousin, who is burned alive
Succeeded by: his brothers Antiochus XI Epiphanes Philadelphus, Antiochus X, and the tiwn brothers Demetrius and Philip
- O. Hoover, "Revised Chronology for the Late Seleucids at Antioch (121/0-64 BC)" in: Historia 65/3 (2007) 280-301