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Ξέρξης) king of Arsamosata, in the western part of Armenia. Polybius relates that Antiochus was preparing to lay siege to Arsamosata, but Xerxes submitted to him, and received in consequence the daughter of the Syrian king in marriage. This Antiochus was probably Antiochus III. There are coins of Xerxes extant, of which a specimen is annexed. (Plb. 8.25; Droysen, Geschichte des Hellenismus, vol. ii. p. 73; Eckhel vol. iii. p. 204.)

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