Definition of Seleucus I
1. Noun. Macedonian general who accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia; founded a line of kings who reigned in Asia Minor until 65 BC (358-281 BC).
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Literary usage of Seleucus I
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1. Encyclopædia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary Political and by Thomas Kelly Cheyne, John Sutherland Black (1903)
"Antiochus I. (S 3). (8 19)- (i ™\ Antiochus II. (8 4). Antiochus X. (8 Philippus I. (§ 22). Antiochus III. (§ 7). ai). Seleucus I. (ia)t Antiochus IV. ..."
2. Catalogue of Greek Coins: The Seleucid Kings of Syria by Percy Gardner, British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Reginald Stuart Poole (1878)
"Seleucus I, 3. Biga, driven by Nike.—Antiochus III., 29. Biga, driven by Pallas. ... Seleucus I., 107 sq.; Seleucus II., 18. C. City or Kybele. ..."
3. The Numismatic Chronicle by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1870)
"ON A SMALL SILVER COIN OF Seleucus I.— NICATOR. IT is now nearly twenty years since 1 read a paper on a small collection of coins, chiefly Greek, ..."
4. The House of Seleucus by Edwyn Robert Bevan (1902)
"Where the road from Syria to the East by way of Hieropolis struck the Euphrates was a Europus, called after the native city of Seleucus I,2 and near it a ..."