an ancient city in Iraq, on the Tigris River: capital of the Seleucid empire.
an ancient city in Asia Minor, near the mouth of the Orontes River: the port of Antioch.
an ancient city in Mesopotamia, on the River Tigris: founded by Seleucus Nicator in 312 bc; became the chief city of the Seleucid empire; sacked by the Romans around 162 ad
an ancient city in SE Asia Minor, on the River Calycadnus (modern Goksu Nehri): captured by the Turks in the 13th century; site of present-day Silifke (Turkey) Official name Seleucia Tracheotis (ˌtrækɪˈəʊtɪs), Seleucia Trachea (trəˈkɪə)
an ancient port in Syria, on the River Orontes: the port of Antioch, of military importance during the wars between the Ptolemies and Seleucids; largely destroyed by earthquake in 526; site of present-day Samanda? (Turkey) Official name Seleucia Pieria (paɪˈiːrɪə)
the sea-port of Antioch, near the mouth of the Orontes. Paul and his companions sailed from this port on their first missionary journey (Acts 13:4). This city was built by Seleucus Nicator, the “king of Syria.” It is said of him that “few princes have ever lived with so great a passion for the building of cities. He is reputed to have built in all nine Seleucias, sixteen Antiochs, and six Laodiceas.” Seleucia became a city of great importance, and was made a “free city” by Pompey. It is now a small village, called el-Kalusi.
noun, plural Seleucidae [si-loo-si-dee] /sɪˈlu sɪˌdi/ (Show IPA) 1. a member of a Macedonian dynasty, 312–64 b.c., that ruled an empire that included much of Asia Minor, Syria, Persia, Bactria, and Babylonia. adjective 2. of or relating to the Seleucids or their dynasty. noun (pl) -cids, -cidae (-sɪˌdiː) 1. a member of a royal dynasty […]
adjective 1. Seleucid.
noun 1. a crater in the second quadrant of the face of the moon: about 32 miles (51.2 km) in diameter. noun 1. (Seleucus Nicator) 358?–281? b.c, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great: founder of the Seleucid dynasty. noun 1. surname Nicator. ?358–280 bc, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great, who founded the Seleucid kingdom
- Seleucus I
noun 1. (Seleucus Nicator) 358?–281? b.c, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great: founder of the Seleucid dynasty. noun 1. surname Nicator. ?358–280 bc, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great, who founded the Seleucid kingdom