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Seleucia may refer to:
- Seleucia (Pamphylia), now at Bucakşeyhler, Antalya Province, Turkey ( ).
- Seleucia (Sittacene), across the Tigris from the foremost Seleucia
- Seleucia (Susiana), formerly Soloke, Sele, Sodome, and Surak, now at Ja Nishin, Iran
- Seleucia on Hedyphon, in the Assyria, now Kirkuk in north Iraq ( )
- Seleucia at the Zeugma, on the Euphrates above Zeugma, probably near modern Sırataşlar, Şanlıurfa Province, Turkey ( )
- Seleucia ad Belum, later Seleucopolis, on the Orontes, Syria
- Seleucia Pieria, the port city for Antioch, at the mouth of the Orontes, modern Samandağı in Turkey ( ).
- Seleucia Samulias, on Lake Merom (now drained), in Israel
- Seleucia Sidera, in Pisidia, now at Selef, Isparta Province, Turkey
- Seleucia on the Calycadnus, also known as Seleucia Isauria and Seleucia Tracheotis, modern Silifke, Turkey
- Seleucia (theme), a Byzantine province of the 9th–12th centuries centered in Seleucia Isauria
- Seleucia ad Maeandrum, also Tralles or Seleucia in Caria, modern Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey
- Seleucia ad Pyramum or Mopsuestia, now in Adana Province, Turkey
Seleucia may also refer to:
- Abila (Decapolis) (formerly Seleucia), also known as Abila, in the Decapolis at a site near modern Irbid, Jordan
- Susa (formerly Seleucia ad Eulaeum), now in southwestern Iran
- Umm Qais (formerly Seleucia), in Jordan
- Zeugma (city) (formerly Seleucia-on-the-Euphrates), now in Gaziantep Province, Turkey
- Gaza, one of the most famous cities -ports in history.
- Babylon, the greatest city in Babylonia who renamed into Seleucia according to Stephanus Byzantius.
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