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Preceded by:
Ptolemy II
Pharaoh of Egypt
Ptolemaic Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Ptolemy IV
Berenice II Euergetis
Koine Greek: Βερενίκη Ευεργέτις
Romanized: Berenike Euergetis
Latin: Berenice Benefactrix
Reign
246–221 BC
Nomen
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Berenice, Beloved of the Gods
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Legacy
Father Magas of Cyrene
Mother Apama II
Consort(s) Demetrius the Fair, Ptolemy III
Issue Ptolemy IV, Magas, Arsinoë III
Born 267/266 BC
Died 221 BCE (aged 45 or 46)
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Berenice.

Berenice II Euergetis (Koine Greek: Βερενίκη Ευεργέτις, "Berenice the Benefactress", 267/266–221 BCE) was a Queen-regent of the Ptolemaic Dynasty during the Hellenistic Period. She became co-ruler with her uncle-husband Ptolemy III from 246 to 221 BC.

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Predecessor:
Ptolemy II
Pharaoh of Egypt
Ptolemaic Dynasty
Successor:
Ptolemy VI
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