Cappadocia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an inland region in eastern Anatolia, to the north of Cilicia
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+ Cappadocian , Cappadocians
eats and kills Ariarathes of Cappadocia, and appoints Eumenes to
Seleucus arrives in Cappadocia, where he stops for the winter.
arathes II expels the Macedonians and regains control of Cappadocia.
The accession of Ariarathes III of Cappadocia.
The accession of Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia.
Inscr_46, a decree of Cos in honour of Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia.
hes obtains the renewal of the alliance between Rome and Cappadocia.
embassy from Ariarathes of Cappadocia brings a crown as a symbol
Orophernes drives Ariarathes out of Cappadocia.
Ariarathes arrives in Rome after his expulsion from Cappadocia.
Ariarathes defeats Orophernes, and regains control of Cappadocia.
Ariarathes of Cappadocia attacks Priene.
Ariarathes VI of Cappadocia is murdered by Gordius, allegedly at the
Nicomedes invades Cappadocia, and forces Laodice, the sister of Mithr
murders Ariarathes and installs his own son as king of Cappadocia.
Marius visits Cappadocia and other eastern countries.
rathes VIII is forced out of Cappadocia by Mithridates, and dies soon
Roman senate decides that Cappadocia and Paphlagonia should become
propraetor of Cilicia, installs Ariobarzanes as king of Cappadocia.
Tigranes invades Cappadocia and drives out Ariobarzanes.
throne of Bithynia, and Ariobarzanes to the throne of Cappadocia.
Mithridates expels Ariobarzanes from Cappadocia.
to Rome: the senate orders Mithridates to withdraw from Cappadocia.
Tigranes invades Cappadocia with an overwhelming force.
many of the inhabitants are forcibly transported from Cappadocia.
hridates and Tigranes invade Cappadocia, and expel Ariobarzanes again
menia Minor, Ariobarzanes in Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and
Ariobarzanes abdicates as king of Cappadocia, in favour of his son.
ibutes the territory of the kings in Cappadocia, Pontus and Cilicia.
Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadocian, Nicolaus of Damascus
lotas; Media to Pithon ; Cappadocia, Paphlagonia, and the
north of Mount Taurus, Cappadocia was assigned to Nicano
too, that the water in Cappadocia never becomes putrid,
lver breadbasket full of Cappadocian loaves; some of which
Athen_* 05.212-215 *
fluence with the king of Cappadocia, leading them to hope
thridates, the tyrant of Cappadocia; and were given up by
for a short time king of Cappadocia, disregarded all the
commanders. The Cappadocians, on the other hand, were
and wandered amongst the Cappadocians." And again he
[97 A.D.] - Stephanus of Cappadocia, stadion race [At this
against Mithridates in Cappadocia, where 20,000 of his
ule over Paphlagonia and Cappadocia He allowed the islands
Armenia, Paphla]gonia, Cappadocia, [Cilicia, Syria, the
nistered her. The Cappadocians first sought our partnersh
restored to [the throne of] Cappadocia: 100 years [85/4
daughter of Ariarathes king of Cappadocia. 90 Socrates rep
Bucolica [Eclogues], died in Cappadocia. 186.3 . 
was Archelaus of Cappadocia; his kingdom was turned into
where the borders] of Cappadocia, Galatia and Bith
eir advice, as Strabo of Cappadocia attests, when he saith
 Now Strabo of Cappadocia mentions this present in the
Damascus, and Strabo of Cappadocia, both describe the exp
particularly Strabo of Cappadocia, who says thus: 
ypt. And Strabo of Cappadocia bears witness to this, when
not long ago a certain Cappadocian was exiled from here
ttlement on the coast of Cappadocia, near the river Therm
ived the day before from Cappadocia, rendered him an objec
ntic sea, to Lysimachus; Cappadocia and Paphlagonia were
es, his father-in-law, king of Cappadocia. Being kindly
was made king. In Cappadocia, the father of Ariarathes,
with Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, for having disdained
of Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, who had fallen in tha
of Pontus, and afterwards of Cappadocia. Fixing his tho
Just_* 38.1-7 *
band Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, he had treacherously
om. Armenia, from Cappadocia to the Caspian Sea, stretche
riarathes, king of Cappadocia, lived eighty-two years, as
ter of Ariarathes, king of the Cappadocians. In the eighth
local states, except for Cappadocia, which was ruled by
name of Mazaca to Caesareia of Cappadocia. This Caesar was
this war was the seizure of Cappadocia. Mithridates gai
Memn_* 25-29 *
that the Bithynians and Cappadocia would be ruled by thei
Advancing through Cappadocia, whose ruler Ariobarzanes
er, fled that night into Cappadocia; and fate soon accompl
assigned to Eumenes were Cappadocia and Paphlagonia, and
was advancing again with some Cappadocian and Paphlagonia
Plut:Eum_* 9-13 *
tory of the Orcynians in Cappadocia through the treachery
Media and Armenia into Cappadocia ; but he could not fix
tigonus was wintering in Cappadocia, three thousand Macedo
een defeated by Cyrus in Cappadocia, in order to make good
and Lysimachus. Cappadocia and Armenia, Bithynia and
Now the rulers of Cappadocia once brought to Philip a pre
Syria and Cilicia and Cappadocia and Paphlagonia and
Olcias, and Paphlagonia and Cappadocia to Eumenes, the
it forms the border between Cappadocia and Armenia. And
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