Antiochus XI  [killed 92 BCE]

The second son of Antiochus VIII sought to avenge the death of his brother Seleucus VI at the hands of their cousin, Antiochus X. But less than 2 years later he was himself killed in trying to capture Antioch. His cause was taken up by his younger brothers, Philip I & Demetrius III, who succeeded in taking control of major portions of their cousin's realm, effectively dividing & diluting Seleucid power. 

References: Josephus, Antiquities 13.369.

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