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Cleopatra I Syra


Cleopatra I. British Museum, London (Britain). Photo Jona Lendering.
Cleopatra I (British Museum)
Cleopatra I Syra (204-176): queen of the Ptolemaic Empire.

Relatives:

Main deeds:

  • 204: Born
  • 196: Engaged to Ptolemy V Epiphanes
  • 194: Wedding in Raphia
  • c.189: Birth of Cleopatra II
  • 186: Birth of Ptolemy VI
  • 182/181: Birth of Ptolemy VIII
  • 180: Ptolemy V is assassinated; he is succeeded by Ptolemy VI. His mother Cleopatra I Syra acts as regent and he accepts the surname Philometor, 'the man who loves his mother'
  • 176, spring: death of Cleopatra I Syra
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