Artemisia of Caria


Artemisia of Caria

Artemisia of Caria is the name of two ancient Anatolian rulers, often confused with one another:

*Artemisia I of Caria (fl. 480 BC), tyrant of Halicarnassus in the 5th century BC who participated in the Battle of Salamis
*Artemisia II of Caria (died 350 BC), satrap of Caria in the 4th century BC who built the Mausoleum


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  • Artemisia — can mean:People *Artemisia of Caria is the name of two ancient Anatolian rulers, often confused with one another::*Artemisia I of Caria (fl. 480 BC), tyrant of Halicarnassus in the 5th century BC who participated in the Battle of… …   Wikipedia

  • Artemisia II de Caria — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos del término Artemisia, véase Artemisia (desambiguación) …   Wikipedia Español

  • Caria — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Localización de Caria. Caria (griego antiguo Καρία Karía) es el nombre de una antigua región histórica situada al sudoeste de la actual Turquía. Fue incorporada en el 545 a. C. al antiguo imperio aqueménida …   Wikipedia Español

  • Artemisia I de Caria — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos del término Artemisia, véase Artemisia (desambiguación) Artemisia (siglo V a. C.), tirana de Halicarnaso. Lideró cinco naves en la Batalla de Salamina, algo que causó gran perplejidad a los… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Artemisia — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Artemisia es el nombre de: Artemisia I de Caria, tirana de Halicarnaso durante el siglo V a. C., que comandó una flotilla de cinco naves en la batalla de Salamina; Artemisia II de Caria, sátrapa de Caria… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Artemisia I of Caria — (in Greek, Αρτεμισία ) (fl. 480 BC) became the ruler, after the death of her husband, as a client of the Persians ndash; who in the 5th century BC ruled as the overlords of Ionia.Artemisia is best remembered for her participation in the Battle of …   Wikipedia

  • Artemisia II of Caria — (in Greek, Ἀρτεμισία ; d. 350 BC) was a sister, the wife and the successor of the king Mausolus. She was a daughter of Hecatomnus, and after the death of her husband she reigned for two years, from 352 to 350 BC. Her administration was conducted… …   Wikipedia

  • Caria — (Turkish Karya, Ancient Greek, Καρία) was a region of western Anatolia extending along the coast from mid Ionia (Mycale) south to Lycia and east to Phrygia. The Ionian and Dorian Greeks colonized the west of it and joined the Carian population in …   Wikipedia

  • CARIA — nunc Aldinelli, regio minoris Asiae inter Lyciam nunc Mesenteli, et Ioniam Strabo eam a Boreâ Maeandri flumine clausit, ab occidente Icariô, et Myrtoô pelagô, a meridie rhodiensi, ab ortu Lyciis, et aliis gentibus, magnamque Tauri montis partem… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • artemisia — [ärt΄ə miz′ē ə, ärt΄əmē′zē ə; ärt΄əmish′ə, uart΄əmizh′ə] n. [L, a plant of this genus < Gr: said to be named after Artemisia, wife of Mausolus, king of Caria] any of a genus (Artemisia) of aromatic herbs or shrubs of the composite family, with …   English World dictionary


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