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Opgalli ., a Phrygian Noblewoman

Dutch: Opgalli, a Phrygian Noblewoman
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Wife of Tigranes VI, King of Armenia
Mother of Gaius Julius Alexander; Julia; Gaius Julius Alexander ., King of Cetis and Julia ., Priestess of Artemis, in Perga

Occupation: Princess of Chalchis - to David *-1042
Managed by: Jason Scott Wills
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About Opgalli ., a Phrygian Noblewoman

Opgalli, a Phrygian noblewoman, who may have been a Hellenic Jew - [Tigrane's] wife is only known through numismatic evidence from his kingship. Her royal title is in Greek ΒΑΣ ΟΠΓΑΛΛΥ which means of Queen Opgalli. ΒΑΣ is the royal abbreviation or shortening for the Greek word ΒΑΣΙΛΕΙΑ which means Queen.

Opgalli bore Tigranes at least two known children: a son Gaius Julius Alexander and a daughter Julia. Tigranes and his children were the last royal descendants of the Kings of Cappadocia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tigranes_VI_of_Armenia

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