Ancient Coinage of Seleucia

-Seleuikis and Pieria
321-280 BCSeleukos I Nikatr (became king in 312 BC)
280-261 BCAntiochos I Str (son of Seleukos I)
261-246 BCAntiochos II Theos
246-226 BCSeleukos II Kallinikos
246-227 BCAntiochos Hierax, independent regime in Asia Minor
226-223 BCSeleukos III Keraunos
223-187 BCAntiochos III, the Great
222-220 BCMolon of Media, usurper under Antiochos III
220-214 BCAchaios, uncle of and usurper under Antiochos III
187-175 BCSeleukos IV Philipator
c175-170 BCAntiochos son of Seleukos IV
175-163 BCAntiochos IV Epiphanes
163-162 BCAntiochos V Eupator
162-160 BCTimarchos, satrap of Babylon, usurper on accession of Demetrios
162-150 BCDemetrios I Ster
150-145 BCAlexander I Balas
145-140 & 129-125 BCDemetrios II Nikator
145-142 BCAntiochos VI Dionysus
137 BCTryphon (Diodotos of Apameia)
137-134 BCAntiochos VII Euergetes/Sidetes
128 BCAntiochos Epiphanes, Son of Antiochos VII
128-123 BCAlexander II Zebinas
121-96 BCAntiochos VIII Grypos
113-95 BCAntiochos IX Kyzikenos
95-94 BCSeleukos VI Epiphanes Nikator
94-83 BCAntiochos X Eusebes Philopator
93 BCAntiochos XI Epiphanes Philadelphos
95-88 BCDemetrios III Philopator
93-83 BCPhilip Philadelphos
88-84 BCAntiochos XII Dionysos
83-69 BCTigranes II of Armenia
69-64 BCAntiochos XIII Asiatikos
After 64 BCRoman Province of Syria, coins in the name of Philip Philadelphos
See alsoThe Arthur Houghton Collection of Seleucid Coins, Part I. on scribd
Seleukid Coins Website
Seleukid coins Website (2)
Seleukid coins at the Ancient Coin Forum
Entry for Seleucia on the Digital Historia Numorum

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