Ariobarzanes   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ariobarzanes   I Philoromaios - king of Cappadocia, 95-62 B.C.
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95/7 propraetor of Cilicia, installs Ariobarzanes as king of Cappadocia.
91/14 Tigranes invades Cappadocia and drives out Ariobarzanes.
90/19 the throne of Bithynia, and Ariobarzanes to the throne of Cappadocia
89/35 Mithridates expels Ariobarzanes from Cappadocia.
84/5 Curio restores Nicomedes and Ariobarzanes to their kingdoms.
79/2 Mithridates and Ariobarzanes send embassies to Rome: the senate order
67/26 idates and Tigranes invade Cappadocia, and expel Ariobarzanes again.
64/16 Deiotarus in Armenia Minor, Ariobarzanes in Cappadocia, Aristarchus
62/8 Ariobarzanes abdicates as king of Cappadocia, in favour of his son.
    Within translations:
Diod_40.4 rom siege the kingdom of Ariobarzanes, Galatia and the ter
Festus:Brev.11 Epafrax, and, afterward, Ariobarzanes, King of Cappadocia,
FGrH_252.A for the second time; and Ariobarzanes was restored to [the
GranLic_27 the Romans, he dismissed Ariobarzanes like a slave, and
Just_38.2 subsist without a king." Ariobarzanes was in consequence
Memn_26 es. He established Ariobarzanes as king of Cappadocia, and
Memn_38 Cappadocia, whose ruler Ariobarzanes was his ally, Lucull
Sall:Hist_4.60 the territory of king Ariobarzanes up to the river Euph
Sall:Hist_4.67 command the kingdom of Ariobarzanes, unravaged by war,

  Ariobarzanes 2   II Philopator - king of Cappadocia, 62-52 B.C.
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57/13 Ariobarzanes persuades Gabinius, the new governor of Syria, to undert
52/76 Ariobarzanes II rebuilds the Odeium at Athens.
52/77 Ariobarzanes II is killed, apparently by a conspiracy of his enemies.

  Ariobarzanes 4   - ruler of Cius, 363-337 B.C.
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Athen_10.413 nce invited to supper by Ariobarzanes the Persian, when
Plut:Demetr_4 idates, the son of Ariobarzanes, was of the same age, and
Polyaen_07.26.1 Lysimachus prisoner. [26] & Ariobarzanes. Ariobarzanes

  Ariobarzanes 5   - king of Pontus, (?) 266-250 B.C.
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272/16 ies hired by Mithridates and Ariobarzanes defeat an Egyptian force,
250/12 The death of Ariobarzanes of Pontus, who is succeeded by his son Mith
    Within translations:
Memn_9 ver the city for free to Ariobarzanes the son of Mithridat
Memn_16 long afterwards, Ariobarzanes departed from this world,

  Ariobarzanes 6   (Nabarzanes) - a Persian who plotted against Dareius III
  + Arivartan
PsCallisth_* 2.20-23 * of Darius, Bessus and Ariobarzanes, knew Alexander was


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