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Ptolemy of Mauretania

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Bust of Ptolemy of Mauretania, c. 30–40, Louvre
King of Mauretania
Reign20–40 (20 years)
PredecessorJuba II
SuccessorNone (Kingdom annexed by Rome)
Born13 x 9 BC[1]
Died40 AD (age 49–53)
SpouseJulia Urania
IssueDrusilla, Queen of Emesa
HouseNumidia (male line)
Ptolemaic dynasty (female line)
FatherJuba II
MotherCleopatra Selene II of Egypt

Ptolemy of Mauretania (Greek: Πτολεμαῖος, Ptolemaîos; Latin: Ptolemaeus) was the last Roman ruler of Mauretania for Rome. He was a member of the Berber Massyles tribe of Numidia, he was also a member of Egypt's Ptolemaic dynasty.

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  1. Roller 2003, p. 244