Biography of Queen of Egipto Arsinoe I (300-270 a.C.)

Queen of Egypt, daughter of Arsinoe and the King Lysimachus of Thrace, whose Alliance with Egypt was resting in her marriage with the by then Prince Ptolemy (later Ptolemy II). He/She had by children to the future Ptolemy III and Berenice Syra, woman of Antíoco II. Arsinoe I was accused of treason and repudiated among the 281 and 279 BC, perhaps at the instigation of her successor, Arsinoe II, sister of Ptolomeo II. Arsinoe I ended up being banished to the high Egypt (Coptos), where he/she died.