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Samos Theosebes Dikaios

Greek, Ancient: Σάμος Θεοσεβής Δίκαιος
Birthdate:
Birthplace: -150
Death: Died in -96
Immediate Family:

Son of Ptolemy I, king of Commagene; <private> and <private>
Husband of Pythodoris V, Princess of Pontus; <private> and Isias Philostorgos
Father of Mithridates I Callinicus, king of Commagene; Phraates I of Parthia and Antiochis
Brother of Samos I Theosibes Dikaios King of Commagene

Occupation: second king of Commagene, LV9P-776
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About Sames II, king of Commagene

Sames Samos II Theosebes Dikaios, King of Commagene, died circa 109 BC.


ID: I82408

Name: Samus I of Commagene

Prefix: King

Given Name: Samus I

Surname: of Commagene

Nickname: Theosebes Dikaios

Sex: M

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Change Date: 26 Nov 2005

Death: Y

Father: Ptolemy I of Commagene

Marriage 1 Isias Philostorgos

Married:

Children

Mithridates I of Commagene

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I82408

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Sames II Theosebes Dikaios

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Sames or Samos II Theosebes Dikaios (Greek: Σάμος Θεοσεβής Δίκαιος, died 109 BC) was the second king of Commagene. Of Armenian[1] descent, he was the son and successor of Ptolemaeus of Commagene.

Sames reigned as king between 130 BC-109 BC. During his reign, Sames ordered the construction of the fortress at Samosata which is now submerged by water from the Atatürk Baraji Dam[2]. Sames died in 109 BC. His wife was Pythodoris, daughter of the Kings of Pontus, his son and successor was Mithridates I Callinicus.


Sames II Theosebes Dikaios

Sames or Samos II Theosebes Dikaios (Greek: Σάμος Θεοσεβής Δίκαιος – died 109 BC) was the second king of Commagene. Of Armenian descent, he was the son and successor of Ptolemaeus of Commagene.

Sames reigned as king between 130-109 BC. During his reign, Sames ordered the construction of the fortress at Samosata which is now submerged by water from the Atatürk Dam. Sames died in 109 BC. His wife was Pythodoris, daughter of the Kings of Pontus, and his son and successor was Mithridates I Callinicus.