Roxane - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- daughter of Oxyartes; wife of Alexander the Great
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inting of the marriage of Alexander and Roxane at the Olympic games.
Roxane is cured of an illness by a doctor called Dracon.
Roxane murders Stateira, who had been her rival as wife of Alexander.
Roxane gives birth to a son, who is called Alexander IV.
Cassander imprisons Roxane and her son Alexander at Amphipolis.
Cassander murders Alexander IV and his mother Roxane.
linna) on condition that Roxana's child, when born, if it
Oxyartes the father of Roxana Parapamisus ; to Pithon
and Alexander the son of Roxane the daughter of Oxyartes
his wives and an unborn son by Roxane. His followers quarr
Aridaeus, and his wife Roxane with child, yet, forgettin
ilippus. But that Roxane was of Persian origin, and that
with her daughter-in-law Roxane, and her grandson Hercules
ther son, and his mother Roxane, with similar treachery;
Alexander captured Roxane, the daughter of Dareius, king
Pydna with her daughter-in-law Roxane and her grandson Hercules:
were your kin. & Roxane, my daughter, I bestow on you,
me his daughter Roxane for my consort, but he failed
sent out both Cambobaphe and Roxane, his own wife. Now
son of Philip. If Roxane bears a son to Alexander, he is
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