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CHAPTER VIII The Successors of Antiochus the Great -- Antiochus Epiphanes -- Antiochus Eupator -- Demetrius Soter -- Tigranes, King of Armenia, conquers Syria -- Pompey seizes it for the Romans -- Also Phœnicia and Palestine -- Later History of Syria Y.R. 567 Afterward, on the death of Antiochus the Great, his B.C. 187 son Seleucus succeeded him. He gave his son Demetrius as a hostage in place of his brother Antiochus. When the latter arrived at Athens on his way home, Seleucus was assassinated as the result of a conspiracy of a certain Heliodorus, one of the court officers. When Heliodorus sought to possess himself of the government he was driven out by Eumenes and Attalus, who installed Antiochus therein in order to secure his good-will; for, by reason of certain bickerings, they had already grown suspicious of the Romans. Thus Antiochus, the son of Antiochus the Great, ascended the throne of Syria. He was called Epiphanes (the Illustrious) by the Syrians, b