7Afterward Jonathan, when he had gone with the king to the river called Eleutherus, returned again to Jerusalem. 8King Ptolemee therefore, having gotten the dominion of the cities by the sea unto Seleucia upon the sea coast, imagined wicked counsels against Alexander. 9Whereupon he sent ambasadors unto king Demetrius, saying, Come, let us make a league betwixt us, and I will give thee my daughter whom Alexander hath, and thou shalt reign in thy father's kingdom: 10For I repent that I gave my daughter unto him, for he sought to slay me.11Thus did he slander him, because he was desirous of his kingdom. 12Wherefore he took his daughter from him, and gave her to Demetrius, and forsook Alexander, so that their hatred was openly known. 13Then Ptolemee entered into Antioch, where he set two crowns upon his head, the crown of Asia, and of Egypt.