Antfochus By way of supplement, we notice 12. Antiochus (XIII), surnamed Asiaticus, son of Antiochus Eusebes, succeeded in ascending the throne of Syria in B.C. 69; and, after a reign of four years, was expelled by Pompey, and Syria became a province of the Roman empire. See Appian, Syr. p. 49, 70; Justin, xl, 2; Clinton, Fasti Hellenici: the Civil and Literary Chronology of Greece (Oxford, 1851), p. 344-348. (B. P.)

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