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                                                                              ARSINOÉ II DE EGIPTO
     
 

                             Hermana de Ptolomeo II  de Egipto, con el que se casó.

Arsinoe II  

Dinastía XXXII

316-271 B.C.E.

 


 

Antiquités égyptiennes
Sculpture (Statue)
 
Artiste : Anonyme

 
Modèle : Arsinoé II

 

 

 

 

Cargo  Reina de Egipto
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Sus padres fueron Ptolomeo I Soter y Berenice I. Se casó varias veces. El primer matrimonio  fue con un sucesor de Alejandro Magno, Lisímaco de Tracia , y al morir éste tuvo un desafortunado matrimonio en el que sus hijos fueron asesinados por su propio padre,  Ptolomeo Cerauno.

 Después de una trayectoria de desventuras e inmediatamente después del asesinato abandono todo y se marcho a Egipto donde como reina consorte, junto a su hermano Ptolomeo II Filadelfo, utilizó sus buenas aptitudes como gobernadora. Al morir, su hermano la proclamó rey del Alto y Bajo Egipto..

Statue monumentale du roi Ptolémée II Philadelphe
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Antiquités égyptiennes
Sculpture (Statue)
 
Artiste : Anonyme

 

 

 Ptolemaios I and Bereneike I,

Ptolemaios II and Arsinoe II, Oktadrachmon
 

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  old octadrachm in the name of Arsinoe II, 256/55 BCE
her head is veiled and she wears a diadem.
London, British Museum. Credits: Barbara McManus, 2001
Keywords: coin; Hellenistic empire; Hellenistic queen
 

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Arsinoe II, Oktadrachmon

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The story of Arsinoe II's life is much like a Greek tragic play. It is filled with death, greed, and intrigue. Arsinoe II (316-271 B.C.E.) was the daughter of King Ptolomeo I and was married to King Lysimachus of Thrace at sixteen years of age. Now, at this time, her life was going exceptional well, she gave her husband three boys and in return she got whatever she wanted. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end.

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Arsinoe II Philadephus 275-250 B.C. Bequest of David M. Robinson.

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Another view of Arsinoe II Philadelphus.

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When her husband died, she was offered a deal by a potential second mate. If she married him, she was promised to rule Thrace. This marriage, however, was a scam. Her second husband only wanted to get close to her sons to kill them. When he had succeeded in killing two of her sons and the third fled for his life, she returned to her homeland with a plan to gain power in Egypt. When she got there however, she was welcomed by a technicality that could destroy her plan.

 
Oenochoé orné du portrait en pied de la reine Arsinoé II, soeur et femme de Ptolémée II Philadelphe
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Antiquités grecques
Récipient (Oenochoe)
Date : approx. entre 270 et 240 avant J.C.
 
Modèle : Arsinoé III

 

King Ptolomeo I, Arsinoe's father had a son (Ptolomeo II) the current king of Egypt. If that is not surprisingly enough, he was married to King Lysimachus' daughter Arsinoe I (282-247 B.C.E.). This little discovery put as kink in her plans, but Arsinoe II started to romance and win her brother's heart. By the year 278 B.C.E. Ptolomeo II saw his wife, Arsinoe I as a threat, and he accused her of complicity in a plot to have him killed. Consequently, she was banished to Coptos in Upper Egypt. Arsinoe II took this opportunity and shortly afterward married her brother in accordance with Egyptian royal customs. Thus fulfilling the role of stepmother and sister-in-law to Arsinoe I.

 



 
Tête d'Arsinoe II
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Lieu : British Museum, Le monde hellénistique
 



 

Antiquités grecques
Sculpture (Tête)
Date : IIIème siècle avant J.C.
 
Artiste : Anonyme

 
Modèle : Arsinoé II
 

 

 

 

As a result of her new-found husband, she quickly became the true ruler of the country and was a key figure in court politics. Like all devoured by power and greed, once you taste it you want more. She was given divine statues and coinage was issued in her name, but it did not stop there. She wanted to reach the status of a goddess and actively pushed Arsinoe worship to achieve this task. Throughout this whole time she never gave her husband any children due to her personal philosophy. She believed that they only grew up and plotted and executed the deaths of their parents.

 

Egypt, 1000 B.C.-1 A.D.

 


 
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Arsinoe II, Ptolemaic Period, after 270 B.C.
Egyptian
Limestone with traces of gilding and paint; H. 15 in. (38.1 cm)
Rogers Fund, 1920 (20.2.21)


 
 


 





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In the end she died at the age of forty-five, thus, leaving us to ponder what she may have arose to if she had lived longer. Ptolomeo II built a shrine and had many cities named for her after death. So as you can see, the life of Arsinoe II was that of a tragic tale

 


Egypt, 1000 B.C.-1 A.D.

 


 
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Head attributed to Arsinoe II, Ptolemaic Period, reign of Arsinoe II, ca. 278–270 B.C.
Egyptian; From Abu Roash
Indurated limestone; H. 4 5/8 in. (11.8 cm)
Gift of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, 1938 (38.10)


 
 


 





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y fue casado con rey Lysimachus de Thrace en dieciséis años de la edad. Ahora, en este tiempo, su vida iba excepcional bien, ella dio a su marido tres muchachos y en vuelta ella consiguió lo que ella deseó. Desafortunadamente, todas las buenas cosas acaban. Cuando su marido murió, un segundo compañero potencial le ofreció un reparto. Si ella lo casó, le prometieron para gobernar Thrace. Esta unión, sin embargo, era un scam. Su segundo marido deseó solamente conseguir cerca de sus hijos matarles.

Cuando él había tenido éxito en la matanza dos de sus hijos y del tercero huido para su vida, ella volvió a su patria con un plan a la energía del aumento en Egipto. Cuando ella consiguió allí sin embargo, una tecnicidad le dio la bienvenida que podría destruir su plan. Rey Ptolomeo I, padre de Arsinoe tenía un hijo (Ptolomeo II) el rey actual de Egipto. Si no es eso asombrosamente bastante, lo casaron con la hija Arsinoe I (282-247 B.C.E.) de rey Lysimachus. Este pequeño descubrimiento puesto como torcedura en ella los planes, pero Arsinoe II comenzada al romance y gana el corazón de su hermano.

 

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Por el año 278 B.C.E. Ptolomeo  II vio a su esposa, Arsinoe I como amenaza, y lo la acusa de complicidad en un  complot  para hacerlo matar. Por lo tanto, ella banished a Coptos en Egipto superior. Arsinoe II tomó esta oportunidad y casó pronto luego a su hermano de acuerdo con costumbres reales egipcios.

Así satisfaciendo el papel de la madrastra y de la cuñada a Arsinoe I.

 Como resultado de su marido new-found, ella hizo la regla verdadera del país y era rápidamente una figura dominante en política de la corte. Como devoured todo por la energía y la avaricia, una vez que usted la pruebe usted desea más. Le dieron las estatuas divinas y la invención fue publicada en su nombre, pero no paró allí.

Ella deseó alcanzar el estado de una diosa y empujó activamente la adoración de Arsinoe para alcanzar esta tarea. A través de este tiempo entero ella nunca dio a su marido cualquier niño debido a su filosofía personal. Ella creyó que crecieron solamente para arriba y trazaron y ejecutaron las muertes de sus padres. En el extremo ella murió en la edad de forty-five, así, dejarnos para ponder lo que ella puede tener se presentaron si ella había vivido más de largo. Ptolomeo II construyó una capilla e hizo muchas ciudades nombrar para ella después de muerte. Para usted puede ver, la vida de Arsinoe II era el de un cuento trágico.

 

Ancient Coinage of Egypt, Arsinoe II

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AV_Octodrachm Arsinoe II AV Octodrachm. Tyre mint. Head right in stephane / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet, TY mongram below. Text Image
 
Svoronos 453 Arsinoe II AR Tetradrachm. Struck c261-252 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; Æ behind / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; X between legs. Text Image
 
Svoronos 460 Ptolemaic Kingdom, Arsinöe II AV Oktadrachm. Alexandria mint. Struck under Ptolemy II, 253-246 BC. Diademed & veiled head right; lotus scepter behind head; Q to left / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text Image
 
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Svoronos 938 Arsinoe II AR Dekadrachm. Struck under Ptolemy II, ca 253/2-246 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; GG behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text Image
 
Svoronos 959 Ptolemy III AR Decadrachmm. Struck circa 246-241 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; WW behind / Double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text Image
 
Svoronos 1498 Egypt, Arsinoe II, wife of Ptolemy II, AV Oktadrachm. Alexandria mint, struck under Ptolemy VI-VIII, circa 180-116 BC. Head right, in a diademed stephane & veil, lotus-tipped scepter over far shoulder; K behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornuacopiae bound with fillet. Text Image
 
Troxell_36 Arsinoe II AV Oktadrachm. Year 6 (242/241 BC). Ake-Ptolemais mint. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet; C, M, Q below. Svoronos -. Text Image
 
Troxell_41 Arsinoe II AV Oktadrachm. Year 6 (242/241 BC), Joppa mint. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet; C, monogram, Q below. Text Image
 
Sear #7770 Arsinoe II, wife of Ptolemy II, AR Dekadrachm. Dated year 11 = 260 BC. Veiled head right, L behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae, bound together with fillet. Svoronos 477.
 
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  Entry for arsinoe on the Digital Historia Numorum
 
  Search for Arsinoe II in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
 

 

Ancient Coinage of Egypt, Arsinoe II
AV_Octodrachm Arsinoe II AV Octodrachm. Tyre mint. Head right in stephane / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet, TY mongram below. Text
 
Svoronos 453 Arsinoe II AR Tetradrachm. Struck c261-252 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; Æ behind / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; X between legs. Text
 
Svoronos 460 Ptolemaic Kingdom, Arsinöe II AV Oktadrachm. Alexandria mint. Struck under Ptolemy II, 253-246 BC. Diademed & veiled head right; lotus scepter behind head; Q to left / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text
 
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Svoronos 938 Arsinoe II AR Dekadrachm. Struck under Ptolemy II, ca 253/2-246 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; GG behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text
 
Svoronos 959 Ptolemy III AR Decadrachmm. Struck circa 246-241 BC. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder; WW behind / Double cornucopiae bound with fillet. Text
 
Svoronos 1498 Egypt, Arsinoe II, wife of Ptolemy II, AV Oktadrachm. Alexandria mint, struck under Ptolemy VI-VIII, circa 180-116 BC. Head right, in a diademed stephane & veil, lotus-tipped scepter over far shoulder; K behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornuacopiae bound with fillet. Text
 
Troxell_36 Arsinoe II AV Oktadrachm. Year 6 (242/241 BC). Ake-Ptolemais mint. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet; C, M, Q below. Svoronos -. Text
 
Troxell_41 Arsinoe II AV Oktadrachm. Year 6 (242/241 BC), Joppa mint. Diademed & veiled head of Arsinöe II right, lotus-tipped scepter over shoulder / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae bound with fillet; C, monogram, Q below. Text
 
Sear #7770 Arsinoe II, wife of Ptolemy II, AR Dekadrachm. Dated year 11 = 260 BC. Veiled head right, L behind / ARSINOHS FILADELFOU, double cornucopiae, bound together with fillet. Svoronos 477. See Page
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  Entry for arsinoe on the Digital Historia Numorum
  Search for Arsinoe II in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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