- Cataphracts: Armored Warriors and their Horses of War
- The cataphract, however, was not a Greek 'product', and was only adopted by the armies of the Seleucid Empire sometime during the 4th century B.C., after they went on military campaigns against their eastern neighbours.
- The Race to Save Syria's Archaeological Treasures
- Apamea, Syria | Looted: 2011-Present | Founded in 300 B.C. by the first king of the Seleucids, a Hellenistic empire, the city was later expanded by the Romans, who built a theater and a 1.
- Pompey in Jerusalem
- At the height of the Jewish rebellion against the Hellenists, Judah Maccabee pulled off a stunning diplomatic coup. Judah sent a delegation to Rome to forge an alliance with the Roman Republic against their common enemy, the Greco-Syrian Seleucids.
- Samarkand: An Ancient Link Between East and West
- Following the death of Alexander, Samarkand became part of the Seleucid Empire's satrapy of Bactria. Around the second half of the 3rd century BC, the Seleucids were occupied with their war with the Ptolemies in the West.
- Coed flag football league back in action
- To round out last week's action, Robbie Cribb and Cayman Auto Diagnostics knocked off Nino Dilbert and Walkers 19-12; Rubis Energy led by Keisha Solomon shut out the Seleucids 6-0; Bogle Insurance knocked off Maples 35-19 behind the prowess of ...
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