Iberia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in the Caucasus, to the east of the Black Sea
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+ Hiberia , Hiberians , Iberian , Iberians
Pharnavaz becomes king of the Iberians.
Pharnavaz organises the Iberian kingdom, and establishes worship
Saurmag becomes king of the Iberians, and survives a plot against
After the death of Saurmag, Mirvan becomes king of the Iberians.
After the death of Mirvan, Parnajom becomes king of the Iberians.
Arshak becomes king of the Iberians, after defeating Mirvan in battle
the death of Arshak, his son Artoces becomes king of the Iberians.
attacks Artoces, king of the Iberians, and forces him to surrender.
death of Artoces, Bartom (? Pharnavaz) becomes king of the Iberians.
Canidius defeats the Iberians and Albanians.
abazus (Bartom), king of the Iberians, is killed in a battle against
far exceeding all the Iberians; for he had inured hims
Armenia and Achaia, also Iberia, Colchis, Mesopotamia, Sop
Antipalus to rule over Iberia as far as the river Halys
received in surrender Hiberia, with King Atrax; and def
to the Albani; received Hiberians, Bosphorians, and Colch
him, who was fled into Iberia, but was laying waste Arme
ancients first called Iberia, from the river Iberus,
hrygians and [the king of] the Iberians. He provided othe
ns, Arabians, Oxydraces, Iberians, Seres, Caucones, Dapates,
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