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Antiochus III

[ an-tahy-uh-kuhs ]
/ ænˈtaɪ ə kəs /
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noun
(“the Great”) 241?–187 b.c., king of Syria 223–187.
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Antiochus III
/ (ænˈtaɪəkəs) /

noun
known as Antiochus the Great. 242–187 bc, king of Syria (223–187), who greatly extended the Seleucid empire but was forced (190) to surrender most of Asia Minor to the Romans
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