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(Cimmerian Bosporus) - a Greek state on the east side of the Crimea
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+ Bosphorians , Bosphorus , Bosporan , Bospori , Bosporians
the ruler of the Cimmerian Bosporus, who is succeeded by his son
umelus increases the power of the kingdom of the Cimmerian Bosporus.
Bithynia; the start of the local eras of Bithynia and Bosporus.
G_370, an Athenian decree in honour of Spartocus, king of Bosporus.
Death of Spartacus III, king of Bosporus.
Byzantium imposes tolls on shipping passing through the Bosporus.
defeats the Scythians and gains control of the Cimmerian Bosporus.
The birth of Asander, king of Bosporus.
of treason, and prepares to fight against the rebels in Bosporus.
Mithridates sets up his son Machares as king of Bosporus.
ance with Machares, the son of Mithridates, who is king of Bosporus.
escapes from Pompeius and sets off towards the kingdom of Bosporus.
Pompeius allows Pharnaces to become king of Bosporus.
consolidates the kingdom of Bosporus, by attacking neighbouring nati
Pharnaces, king of Bosporus, takes advantage of the Roman civil war
stablishes Mithridates of Pergamum as tetrarch and king of Bosporus.
Pharnaces is killed by Asander, who seizes control of Bosporus.
eated by Asander, while attempting to seize the kingdom of Bosporus.
also Sphaerus, of the Bosporus; and Cleanthes of Assus,
phaerus, a native of the Bosporus, was, as we have said
companions, fled to the Bosphorus and when, in desperatio
ani; received Hiberians, Bosphorians, and Colchians into
after bridging the Cimmerian Bosporus: 528 years [513/2
in Ar.] Agrippa conquered the Bosphorus. 191.4 . 
is, Paphlagonia, and the Bosporus." [38.8] Having thus enc
was proclaimed king of Bosporus by the divine Augustus,
sia and the kings of the Bosporus for an alliance, but the
bringing corn from the Bosporus to the Roman army, halte
war on Leucon tyrant of the Bosphorus. In order to acqu
who live a little above the Bosphorus. Hecataeus was
Bithynia and Heracleia, Bosphorus and some other province
eres, Caucones, Dapates, Bosporians, Agri, Zalbi, Chaldaea
Hellespont and the two Bospori; the Euxine Sea destroyed
ish community within the Bosporan kingdom during the r
(256/5 or 254/3) ector: (?) Isylos of Bosporos, the son of Chryso
- a narrow strait between the Aegean Sea and the Euxine Sea
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 & ETYMOLOGICUM MAGNUM & Bosporus: . . . it was name
- a place (?) near Epidaurus
when the sick boy came from Bosporus. Shining in your
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