Deiotarus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tetrarch of Galatia, 1st century B.C.
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Deiotarus defeats the army of Mithridates in Phrygia.
ories to neighbouring kings: Deiotarus in Armenia Minor, Ariobarzanes
Deiotarus expands his power, and dominates the other tetrarchs of Gal
Deiotarus leaves Pompeius, and returns home to Galatia.
Caesar meets Deiotarus, and allows him to retain his status as a tetr
Deiotarus hears rumours that Caesar has suffered setbacks in Africa.
Cic:Deiot_, Cicero's speech in defence of king Deiotarus.
Deiotarus kills his son-in-law Castor.
Deiotarus is eager to have sons, but then kills most of them.
The death of Deiotarus, king of Galatia.
Q.Dellius, Amyntas, Deiotarus and others desert Antonius.
CICERO, Oratio pro Rege Deiotaro
rving, that the cause of Deiotarus, a most excellent sover
peace. Afterward, Deiotarus the Tetrarch controlled Galat
ter the defeating the tetrarch Deiotarus. He built a wall
- (?) grandson of Deiotarus the tetrarch
EhrJon_174, the epitaph of Deiotarus (?) Philopator.
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