Antiochus meaning

ăn-tīə-kəs
A Seleucid dynasty ruling in Syria (280–64 bc ). Its most important member was Antiochus III, known as “the Great” (242–187, ruled 223–187), who conquered much of Asia Minor but was defeated by the Romans in 190.
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(person, proper) Name of thirteen kings of the Seleucid dynasty of Syria.
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(person) 242-187 b.c.; Syrian king (223-187)
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(person) Died 163? b.c.; Syrian king (175?-163?): his suppression of the Jews led to the Maccabean revolt.
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A Greek male given name, notably borne by the thirteen kings of the Seleucid dynasty.
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Origin of antiochus

  • From Latin Antiochus, from Ancient Greek Ἀντίοχος (Antiokhos).

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