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Alexio I, Priest-King of Emesa MP (deceased)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa

Sampsigeramus III Silas, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.55 - c.120)

From Wikipedia: Gaius Julius Fabia Sampsiceramus III Silas (flourished second half of the 1st century & first half of the 2nd century, died 120) was a Syrian Prince and Roman Client Priest King of Em...

Sulpicius, Priest-King of Emesa MP (210 - c.210)

Soaemus, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.80 - 110)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa

Sampsigeramus II, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.-20 - c.54)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa

Sohaemus, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.5 - c.73)

Birth: circa 5? (his wife Drusilla b. : 38) his birth perhaps ~35? -------------------- From Wikipedia: Gaius Julius Sohaemus , also known as Sohaemus of Emesa and Sohaemus of Soph...

Iamblichus of Emesa MP (c.130 - d.)

Iamblichus II, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.-55 - -11)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa

Iamblichus of Emesa MP (c.245 - d.)

Iamblichus I, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.-80 - -31)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa Iamblichus (phylarch) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Iamblichus I (flourished 1st cen...

Iotapa of Emesa MP (deceased)

Do not confuse her with her mother, also named Iotapa . From Wikipedia: Iotapa was a Syrian Princess from the Royal family of Emesa who lived in the 1st century AD. She was the daughter of King Sam...

Julia Mamaea of Emesa MP (deceased)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa

Uranius I Antoninus, Priest-King of Emesa 210 MP (b. - 235)

Wikipedia - Royal family of Emesa . A Roman emperor at Bishapur and Darabgird - Uranius Antoninus and the Black Stone of Emesa

Uranius II Antonius Sampsigeramus, King of Emesa MP (c.220 - c.254)

Wikipedia - Royal family of Emesa. A Roman emperor at Bishapur and Darabgird - Uranius Antoninus and the Black Stone of Emesa Related information at UGent | Mark | Embed Author Bruno Overlaet UGent P...

Sampsigeramus I, Priest-King of Emesa MP (c.-110 - c.-55)

He was King of Emesa (64-43 BCE). He was an Aramaic chieftain who allied himself to the last Greek Seleucid monarchs of Syria. The Seleucid Empire had become weak state and its kings appealed to Rome t...

Antonious Sampsigeramus Priest-King of Emesa (deceased)

Iamblichus of Emesa (deceased)

Iamblichus I Priest King of Emesa (deceased)

Iamblichus II Priest King of Emesa (deceased)

Iotapa of Emesa (deceased)

Mamaea of Emesa (deceased)

Sources Wikipedia, Royal Family of Emesa

N.N. of Emesa (deceased)

Sources D. C. O'Driscoll, Arsacids D. C. O'Driscoll, Emesa

Sampsigeramus I Priest King of Emesa (b. - -48)

The father of Sampsiceramus I, Aziz also known as Azizus the Arab[5] and Azizus the Phylarch of the Arabs[5] was an ally to the last Seleucid Greek Monarchs of Syria. Aziz is associated with the rule o...

Sulpicius Priest King of Emesa (deceased)

From Wikipedia: Gaius Julius Fabia Sampsiceramus III Silas (flourished second half of the 1st century & first half of the 2nd century, died 120) was a Syrian Prince and Roman Client Priest King of Em...

Uranius I Antonius Priest King of Emesa (deceased)