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Arsames I King of Armenia [60743]
(-0223 B.C.)
Antiochus III Megas King of Syria [60599]
(Abt 0242 B.C.-Abt 0187 B.C.)
Laodice III [60600]
(0240 B.C.-)
Xerses I King of Armenia [60742]
(0212 B.C.-)
Antiochis of Syria [60741]
Zariadres (Zareh) King of Sophene [60744]
(-0190 B.C.)

 

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Zariadres (Zareh) King of Sophene [60744]

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 190 B.C.
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http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps23/ps23_147.htm

Strategos and King of Sophene

After the defeat of the Seleucid king Antiochus the Great by Rome at the Battle of Magnesia (winter 190-189 BC), his two Armenian satraps, Artashes (Artaxias) and Zareh (Zariadres), established themselves, with Roman consent, as kings of Greater Armenia and Sophene, respectively, thus becoming the creators of an independent Armenia.


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Zariadres married.




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