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Kingdom of Greater Armenia


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Artaxiad Dynasty

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Chronology

Most dates are approximate.

Bedoukian, P. Z., Coinage of the Artaxiads of Armenia (London, 1978).Magie, D., Roman Rule in Asia Minor to the End of the Third Century after Christ (2 vols., Princeton, 1950).

190–160

Artaxias I (Seleucid satrap of Greater Armenia c.200 b.c.; assumed the title of king c.190)

160–123

Tigranes I (son)

123–95

Artavazd I (son)

95–55

Tigranes II, the Great (brother; ruled Syria 83–69)

55–34

Artavazd II (son; deposed, died 31)

34–20

Artaxias II (son)

20–10

Tigranes III (brother)

10–5

Tigranes IV (son) and Erato (sister; deposed)

5–4

Artavazd III (son of Artavazd II; deposed)

4–a.d. 1

Tigranes IV and Erato (restored; Roman domination, then Arsacid rule of Greater Armenia)

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