Seleucia articles on Wikipedia
Seleucia (/sɪˈluːʃə/), also known as Seleucia-on-Tigris or Seleucia on the Tigris, was a major Mesopotamian city of the Seleucid, Parthian, and Sasanian
May 1st 2017

Seleucia Pieria
Seleucia-PieriaSeleucia Pieria (Greek Σελεύκεια ἐν Πιερίᾳ), also known in English as Seleucia by the Sea, and later named Suedia, was a Hellenistic town, the seaport
Mar 27th 2017

Seleucia Sidera
37.9°N 30.6179°E / 37.9; 30.6179 Sidera Seleucia Sidera (Greek: Σελεύκεια η Σιδηρᾶ, Seleukeia he Sidera; Latin: Seleucia Ferrea), also transliterated as Seleuceia
May 12th 2017

Seleucia at the Zeugma
Seleucia at the Zeugma (Greek: Σελεύκεια ἐπὶ τοῦ Ζεύγματος, transliterated Seleucia epi tou Zeugmatos or Seleukeia epi tou Zeugmatos) was a Hellenistic
Sep 8th 2016

Seleucia (theme)
The Theme of Seleucia (Greek: θέμα Σελευκείας, thema Seleukeias) was a Byzantine theme (a military-civilian province) in the southern coast of Asia Minor
Oct 16th 2016

Seleucia pectinella
Seleucia pectinella is a species of snout moth in the genus Seleucia. It was described by Pierre Chretien in 1911, and is known from Algeria, Croatia,
Dec 13th 2016

SeleuciaSeleucia-on-the-Hedyphon (Greek: Σελεύκεια, also transliterated as SeleuceiaSeleuceia, SeleukeiaSeleukeia, SeleukheiaSeleukheia; formerly Soloke or Soloce, Sodome, and Sele, also
Nov 1st 2016

Seleucia ad Belum
Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια, Seleukeia), distinguished as Seleucia-near-BelusBelus (Greek: Σελεύκεια πρὸς Βήλῳ, Seleukeia pros Bḗlōi, or πρὸς τῷ Βήλῳ, pros
Apr 27th 2016

Seleucus of Seleucia
Seleucus of Seleucia (Greek: Σέλευκος Seleukos; born c. 190 BC; fl. c. 150 BC) was a Hellenistic astronomer and philosopher. Coming from Seleucia on the Tigris
May 25th 2016

called Seleucia on the Calycadnus — variously cited over the centuries as Seleucia [in] Cilicia, Seleucia [in,of] Isauria, Seleucia Trachea, and Seleucia Tracheotis
Apr 7th 2017

Council of Seleucia
be confused with Council of Seleucia-Ctesiphon. The Council of Seleucia was an early Christian church synod at Seleucia Isauria (now Silifke, Turkey)
Nov 3rd 2015

Seleucia (disambiguation)
Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια, Seleukeia, lit. "place of Seleucus") usually refers to Seleucia-on-Tigris, the first capital of the Seleucid Empire and one
Jan 28th 2017

Diogenes of Seleucia
philosopher, also from Seleucia, see Diogenes of Babylon. For the Cynic philosopher, see Diogenes of Sinope. Diogenes of Seleucia (Greek: Διογένης; fl.
Jun 21st 2014

Seleucia (moth)
Seleucia is a genus of snout moths. It was described by Ragonot in 1887. Seleucia karsholti Vives Moreno, 1995 Seleucia pectinellum (Chretien, 1911) Seleucia
Jun 5th 2012

Council of Seleucia-Ctesiphon
359, see Council of Seleucia. The Council of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, also called the Council of Mar Isaac, met in AD 410 in Seleucia-Ctesiphon, the capital
Oct 10th 2016

Basil of Seleucia
Basil of Seleucia was a Bishop and ecclesiastical writer. His date of birth is uncertain; died probably between 458 and 460; was distinguished during
Aug 27th 2015

Seleucia (Pamphylia)
Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια – also transliterated as Seleukeia) was an ancient Greek city on the Mediterranean coast of Pamphylia, in Anatolia, approximately
Dec 10th 2016

Seleucia Samulias
Seleucia-SamuliasSeleucia Samulias – Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια) also transliterated as Seleukeia or Seleukheia; in the Talmud, Selik, Selika, and Selikos; in the Aramaic
Nov 18th 2015

Seleucia (Sittacene)
Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια, also transliterated as Seleuceia, Seleukeia, Seleukheia; formerly Coche or Mahoza, also Veh Ardashir) was an ancient city near
Mar 11th 2015

Apollodorus of Seleucia
Apollodorus of Seleucia (Greek: Ἀπολλόδωρος; flourished c. 150 BC), or Apollodorus Ephillus, was a Stoic philosopher, and a pupil of Diogenes of Babylon
Mar 30th 2016

Seleucia on Hedyphon
Seleucia on Hedyphon was the name of the ancient AssyrianAssyrian city of Arrapha during the Hellenistic period (331–129 BCE). It was in eastern Assyria on the
Jun 23rd 2015

Seleucia semirosella
Seleucia semirosella is a species of snout moth. It is found in Croatia and Greece. The wingspan is about 20 mm. "World Pyraloidea Database". Globiz
Nov 22nd 2015

Isaac of Seleucia
Isaac of Seleucia (died 410) was a Patriarch of the Persian Church, who is celebrated among the Catholicoi for having reorganized the Persian Church after
Mar 3rd 2016

Seleucia karsholti
Seleucia karsholti is a species of snout moth. It is found in Spain. "World Pyraloidea Database". Retrieved 2011-09-29.  Fauna
Aug 10th 2014

Xenarchus of Seleucia
Xenarchus (moth). Xenarchus (Greek: Ξέναρχος; 1st century BC) of Seleucia in Cilicia, was a Greek Peripatetic philosopher and grammarian. Xenarchus
May 4th 2015

took the name of Seleucia on the Pyramus (classical Greek: Σελεύκεια πρὸς τὸν Πύραμον, Seleukeia pros ton Pyramon; Latin: Seleucia ad Pyramum), but gave
Jan 21st 2017

List of Patriarchs of the Church of the East
geographic location of the patriarchate was first in the Persian capital of Seleucia-Ctesiphon in central Mesopotamia. In the 9th century the patriarchate moved
May 22nd 2017

Athenaeus Mechanicus
Περὶ μηχανημάτων). He is identified by modern scholars with Athenaeus of Seleucia, a member of the Peripatetic school active in the mid-to-late 1st century
Mar 20th 2017

Shemon Bar Sabbae
Sabbae (Syriac: ܡܪܝ ܫܡܥܘܢ ܒܪܨܒܥܐ‎, died Good Friday, 345) was a Bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, the de facto head of the Church of the East, until his death
Jun 28th 2016

Apollophanes of Seleucia
Apollophanes (Ancient Greek: Ἀπολλοφάνης) was a native of Seleucia, and physician to Antiochus the Great, king of Syria, from 223 to 187 BCE, with whom
May 29th 2016

Alexander Peloplaton
known as Alexander of Seleucia, was a Greek rhetorician of the age of the Antonines and the son of an elder Alexander of Seleucia in Cilicia (modern Silifke
Sep 15th 2015

358–361) was a 4th-century bishop of Sardis and attendee at the Councils of Seleucia and Constantinople. He was a proto-Catholic who was sent into exile by
Mar 31st 2017

Symeon Mountain) in 1948. Samandağ lies near the site of the ancient Seleucia Pieria, founded in 300 BC by Seleucus Nicator a general of Alexander the
Mar 26th 2017

cities along both shores of the river, including the Hellenistic city of Seleucia. Ctesiphon and its environs were therefore sometimes referred to as "the
May 11th 2017

Papa (bishop)
Papa Mar Papa (died c. 327/328), also known as Papa bar Aggai, was Bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, the capital of Sassanid Persia, in the late 3rd and early 4th
Oct 22nd 2016

Syrian tetrapolis
The-SyrianThe Syrian tetrapolis consisted of the cities Antioch, Seleucia Pieria, Apamea, and Laodicea in Syria. The region known as 'Seleucis of Syria' was administered
Oct 13th 2016

Province of the Patriarch
and the diocese of Seleucia-Ctesiphon was defined in Canon XXI of the synod of 410: 'The first and chief seat is that of Seleucia and Ctesiphon; the bishop
May 22nd 2017

East. In Fiey's view, Shahlufa was one of several fictitious bishops of Seleucia-Ctesiphon whose lives were concocted in the sixth century to bridge the
May 9th 2014

East. In Fiey's view, Ahadabui was one of several fictitious bishops of Seleucia-Ctesiphon whose lives were concocted in the sixth century to bridge the
Sep 14th 2014

Isaac (patriarch)
Isaac was bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, grand metropolitan and primate of the Church of the East from 399 to 410. He is included in the traditional list
Apr 1st 2017

1009); Zeuxius was not Bishop of Lyrba, as Le Quien states, but of Syedra. Seleucia (Pamphylia) Extensive series of pictures of the remains of Lyrbe Annuario
Jun 24th 2015

location is not known, it was located on the major route to Khorasan, between Seleucia and the Zagros Mountains. According to Isidore of Charax, it was crossed
Jul 25th 2016

Mar Ahha or Ahai (Ancient Greek: Ἀχαιός Achaeus) was bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, grand metropolitan and primate of the Church of the East from 410 to
Aug 3rd 2016

where a pair of sites straddles the Tigris, but that turned out to be Seleucia (possibly earlier Upi/Opis) when it was excavated by LeRoy Waterman of
Sep 20th 2016

the town has a population of 17,313. The name goes back to the ancient Seleucia ad Belum, a town of Hellenistic foundation that was located almost at the
Mar 11th 2017

Mithridates III of Parthia
55 BC, minting coins in Seleucia until 54 BC. However, king Mithridates was besieged by Orodes' general, Surena, in Seleucia, and after a prolonged resistance
Aug 22nd 2016

Mana (patriarch)
bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon, grand metropolitan and primate of the Church of the East in 420. Like several other early bishops of Seleucia-Ctesiphon
Aug 16th 2016

Tomarsa (or Tamuza) was bishop of Seleucia-Ctesiphon and primate of the Church of the East from 363 to 371. He took office at the end of the great persecution
Aug 23rd 2016

Dalisandus (Isauria)
Isauria and, when it became a Christian bishopric, it was a suffragan of Seleucia in Isauria, the capital of the Roman province. Its bishop Marinus was at
Jan 7th 2017

Diogenes of Babylon
Epicurean philosopher, also from Seleucia, see Diogenes of Seleucia. Diogenes of Babylon (also known as Diogenes of Seleucia; Greek: Διογένης Βαβυλώνιος;
Mar 25th 2016

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