Berenice

Daughter of Herod, with whom Titus fell in love.

Berenice

the wife of King Ptolemy I of Egypt; she was made queen of Egypt in 290 BCE; she was the mother of Ptolemy II.
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Berenice

(born AD 28) Eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa I, ruler of Palestine. She was married at 13 years old to her uncle, Herod of Chalcis, but after his death in AD 48 she lived, not without suspicions of incest, with...
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Berenice

Ancient name for the Libyan city of Benghazi. ...
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Bérénice

(from the article `Racine, Jean`) Bérénice (1670) marks the decisive point in Racine`s theatrical career, for with this play he found a felicitous combination of elements that he ... ...ballet sequences, and striking a note of lyrical tenderness. A year earlier, however, he had presented Tite et Bérénice, in ...
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Berenice

daughter of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and Arsinoe I of Egypt. She was married to the Seleucid ruler Antiochus II Theos, supplanting his first wife, ... [2 related articles]
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Berenice

lover of the Roman emperor Titus and a participant in the events leading up to the fall of Jerusalem.
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Berenice

Berenice, city of ancient Cyrenaica: see Benghazi.
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Berenice

Berenice or Berenike,city of ancient Egypt, on the Red Sea. Founded by Ptolemy II and named in his mother's honor, it commanded the trade with Arabia and India, flourishing from the 3d cent. B.C. to the 4th cent. Its harbor subsequently silted up.
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Berenice

Berenice (berunī'sē) , b. c.340 B.C., d. 281 or 271 B.C., consort and half sister of Ptolemy I, king of ancient Egypt. A Macedonian, she was the widow of Philip, one of the officers of Alexander the Great, and was by this marriage the mother of Magas, king of Cyrene; Antigone, wife o...
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Berenice

Berenice, c.273–21 B.C., queen of ancient Cyrene and Egypt. She was the daughter and successor of King Magas of Cyrene. In 247 B.C. she married Ptolemy III, thereby effectively annexing Cyrene to Egypt. According to Callimachus and Catullus, he named a constellation after her, Berenice's Hair ...
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Berenice

Berenice, c.280–46 B.C., queen-consort of ancient Syria; wife of Antiochus II. She was called Berenice Syra. She was the daughter of Ptolemy II, and her marriage (252) to Antiochus II marked a temporary cessation in the wars between the Egyptian monarchs and the Seleucids. On the death of Anti...
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Berenice

Berenice, fl. 6 B.C., Jewish princess; daughter of Costobarus and Salome, sister of Herod the Great. She was married to her cousin Aristobulus and bore him a son, Herod Agrippa I. She was accused of having instigated the murder of her husband by Herod the Great in 6 B.C. Later she married Theudion, ...
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Berenice

Berenice, b. c.A.D. 28, Jewish princess; daughter of Herod Agrippa I. A very beautiful woman, she was often involved in intrigue. After her first husband died, she was married to her uncle Herod of Chalcis. After his death (A.D. 48) she lived in incest with her brother, Herod Agrippa II, causing som...
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Berenice

Berenice was the wife of Ptolemy Euergetes. When her husband went to war in Syria she vowed that if he returned safe she would dedicate her hair to the gods. Upon his safe return she hung her hair in the temple of Venus, from where it disappeared and is said to have been used to form the constellation Coma Berenices.
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Berenice

The Onera Berenice was a French four-stage solid-propellant rocket vehicle designed for research into re-entry at Mach 12 during the 1960's. The Onera Berenice was 1325 cm long with a maximum diameter of 56 cm. The Berenice was launched at an angle of 85 degrees so as to limit the altitude to which the rocket reached to 270 km.
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Berenice

[short story] `Berenice` is a short horror story by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in the Southern Literary Messenger in 1835. The story follows a man named Egaeus who is preparing to marry his cousin Berenice. He has a tendency to fall into periods of intense focus during which he seems to separate himself from the outside world. Berenic...
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Berenice

[daughter of Salome] Berenice was the daughter of Salome I, and sister of Herod the Great. She married her cousin Aristobulus who was executed by his father in 6 BC; she was accused of complicity in his murder. By Aristobulus she was the mother of Herod Agrippa I, Herod of Chalcis, Herodias, Mariamne III and Aristobulus Minor. Her second hu...
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Berenice

[Seleucid queen] Berenice, also called Berenice Syra, was the daughter of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and his first wife Arsinoe I of Egypt. Around 252 BC she married the Seleucid monarch Antiochus II Theos, who, following the peace agreement of 253 BC between Antiochus and Ptolemy to end the Second Syrian War, divorced his wife Laodice I and t...
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Berenice

[rocket] Berenice was the designation of a four-stage French experimental rocket. Berenice 001 to Berenice 012 were tested from 1962 to 1966. The Berenice was 13.25 meters long, possessed a diameter of 0.56 meters and weighed at launch 3340 kg. The takeoff thrust of the Berenice, which could carry a payload of 40 kg to a height of 1000 kilo...
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Berenice

Berenice (Βερενίκη, Berenikē) is the Ancient Macedonian form of the Attic Greek name Φερενίκη (Pherenikē), which meant `bearer of victory` {etymology|grc|φέρω (pherō)|to bear||νίκη (nikē)|victory}. Berenika priestess of Demeter in Lete ca. 350 BCE is the oldest epigraphical evidence. The name also has the form Bernice.....
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Berenice

[daughter of Herod Agrippa] Berenice of Cilicia, also known as Julia Berenice and sometimes spelled Bernice (28 AD – after 81), was a Jewish client queen of the Roman Empire during the second half of the 1st century. Berenice was a member of the Herodian Dynasty that ruled the Roman province of Judaea between 39 BC and 92 AD. She was the ...
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Berenice

[daughter of Ptolemy II of Telmessos] Berenice also known as Berenike (Βερενίκη; fl. second half of 3rd century BC and first half of 2nd century BC), was a Greek Princess from Asia Minor who was a distant relative of the Seleucid Monarch Antiochus III the Great. ==Family background== Berenice was of Thessalian and Macedonian ancestr...
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Berenice

Berenice is an English name for girls. The meaning is `strong, brave bear` The name Berenice is most commonly given to French girls. (9 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Bernie Berny Bera Berrin The name sounds like: Berenyce, Bereniece, Beranice See also: Bernice, Nicia, Nike
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Berenice

[daughter of Herod Agrippa I] ...
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