Seleucidan

Seleucidan

[si-loo-si-dn]
adjective

Origin:
1795–1805; Seleucid + -an

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Seleucid (sɪˈluːsɪd)
 
n , pl -cids, -cidae
1.  a member of a royal dynasty (312--64 bc) that at the zenith of its power ruled over an area extending from Thrace to India
 
adj
2.  of, relating to, or supporting the Seleucids or their dynasty
 
Seleucidan
 
adj

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