Apama (disambiguation)

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Apama may refer to:

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Apama sometimes spelled Apame for a woman and Apammes for a man, is an ancient and modern name of Persian origin. The name can refer to:

  • Apama, daughter of the admirable Bartacus and concubine of King Darius I of Persia
  • Apama, daughter of Artaxerxes II of Persia and wife of Pharnabazus
  • Apama, sometimes known as Apama I or Apame I, first Queen of the Seleucid Empire
  • Apama, daughter of Seleucus I Nicator and Apama I
  • Apama II, a Seleucid Princess and one of the daughters of Antiochus I Soter and Stratonice of Syria
  • Apama, one of the daughters of Antiochus II Theos and Laodice I
  • Apama III, niece of Apama II, daughter of Demetrius II Aetolicus and Stratonice of Macedon
  • Apama IV sometimes known as Apame IV, a princess whose father was Philip V of Macedon and brother was Perseus of Macedon
  • Apama, daughter of Alexander of Megalopolis who married Amynander of Athamania
  • Apama Popat, an Indian athlete who participated at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, see Great Britain at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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