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(3rd century ad) Queen of Palmyra (c. 267–72). She succeeded her murdered husband as ruler and then conquered Egypt and much of Asia Minor. When she proclaimed her son emperor, the Roman emperor Aurelian marched against her and eventually defeated and captured her. She was later given a pension and a villa in Italy.

Subjects: Classical Studies — History.

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