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Greek Seleukid Empire Alexander I Balas

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Alexander I Theopator Euergetes, surnamed Balas [ Ἀλέξανδρος Βάλας] was the ruler of the Seleucid Empire from 150 BC to August 145 BC.

Zeus Kasios was himself a Hellenisation of Ba'al Zaphon, the latter term being derived from the mountain named Hazzi [or Kasios to the Greeks], which remained in use from the 2nd millennium BC onwards.

Zeus Kasios was locally venerated as a storm god renowned for his battle against the sea monster now known as Typhon, whose name and various features are derived from Zaphon.

The Pheidian influenced portrait of Zeus on the obverse clearly represents Zeus Kasios, whose cult in the city of Seleukeia was well noted. The reverse type of the thunderbolt was also an important cult symbol, which Appian tells us was held in great reverence by the inhabitants of Seleukeia.

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