Antiochus I of Commagene
Author(s) : Patsiadou Lila (30/4/2002)Translation : Koutras Nikolaos (30/12/2007)
For citation: Patsiadou Lila, "Antiochus I of Commagene", 2007,Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, Asia MinorURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=7315>
Antiochus I (1st cent. BC) was one of the most important kings of Commagene. During his reign his kingdom became considerably more powerful. He also introduced important religious reforms and erected an imposing mausoleum in Nemrut Dağ.
King of Commagene
Date and Place of Death
c. 34 BC (?)
Date and Place of Birth
Late 2nd – early 1st cent. BC
Antiochus I Theos, Dikaios, Epiphanes, Philorhomaios, Philhellen
1. Family - descent – accession to the throne
2. Historical framework
2.1. External policy
2.2. Internal policy
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