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I - king of Bithynia, 279-255 B.C.
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eath of Zipoetes of Bithynia, who is succeeded by his son Nicomedes.
Nicomedes of Bithynia forms an alliance with Heracleia to resist atta
Warfare (? between Antiochus and Nicomedes) near Cyzicus.
The navies of Antiochus and Nicomedes, who is aided by Heracleia, con
Nicomedes helps the Gauls to cross over from Thrace to Asia.
Nicomedes uses the Gauls as allies in a civil war against Zipoetes.
dish of artificial fish for Nicomedes, because fresh fish is not ava
Nicomedes' dog bites his wife Consingis.
The death of Nicomedes king of Bithynia, leaving his sons by Etazeta
Ziaelas, the eldest son of Nicomedes, invades Bithynia and establishe
ca.  [TZETZES] Nicomedes the founder of Nicomedeia,
hovies which the cook of Nicomedes, king of the Bithynians
Rome. [Ol. 128.3] Nicomedes the king of Bithynia refounde
755] [1752 in Ar.] Nicomedes the king of Bithynia enlarged
in every way flattered Nicomedes, that as he was about
Seleucus appointed Nicomedes and Nicanor to govern the who
urged Antiochus son of Nicomedes, the king of Asia, to
thynians, and their king Nicomedes sent envoys to Heraclei
(c. 240) s, just as our father Nikomedes was well disposed t
II - king of Bithynia, 149-127 B.C.
Prusias plots against Nicomedes.
tonicus' revolt, but he is kept in check with the help of Nicomedes.
cock falls in love with Secundus, a servant of Nicomedes II.
Nicomedes offers to buy the famous statue of Aphrodite at Cnidus.
Secundus was a slave of Nicomedes the king of Bithynia;
solution to kill his son Nicomedes, with a desire to benef
III Euergetes - king of Bithynia, 127-94 B.C.
The accession of Nicomedes III of Bithynia.
Nicomedes invades Cappadocia, and forces Laodice, the sister of Mithr
phlagonia by Mithridates and Nicomedes - regarded by some as the star
a decree of Delphi in honour of king Nicomedes and queen Laodice.
Nicomedes III sends his concubine Hagne and her son Socrates to Cyzic
The death of Nicomedes III of Bithynia; he is succeeded by his son
Marius sent envoys to Nicomedes king of Bithynia, reque
evious adventures. Nicomedes, who was rightly called Euerg
into an alliance with Nicomedes, he invaded Paphlagonia
ditating On this scheme, Nicomedes, king of Bithynia, proc
of Mithridates. Nicomedes, too, dying at the same time,
Nicomedes, the son of Nicomedes and Nysa, to be king
IV Philopator - king of Bithynia, 94-74 B.C.
Nicomedes III of Bithynia; he is succeeded by his son Nicomedes IV.
tes invades Bithynia, expels Nicomedes IV, and sets up Socrates as
Hortensius makes a speech calling for the restoration of Nicomedes.
led by M'.Aquillius restores Nicomedes to the throne of Bithynia, and
Mithridates orders the murder of Socrates, the brother of Nicomedes.
Nicomedes invades Pontus, with the support of the Roman envoys.
complain to the Roman envoys in Asia about Nicomedes' aggression.
The generals of Mithridates defeat Nicomedes by the river Amneius.
Curio restores Nicomedes and Ariobarzanes to their kingdoms.
Caesar visits the court of Nicomedes, and is accused of having an ind
cock falls in love with a wine-bearer serving Nicomedes.
Nicomedes of Bithynia dies, leaving his kingdom to the Romans.
the death of the last Nicomedes, who at his death left
ough the will of the late King Nicomedes. Gallograecia
terms with Sulla; and Philopator returned to Bithynia
Curio restored Nicomedes to the throne of Bithynia,
son, who was also named Nicomedes, was driven from his
ynia, after the death of Nicomedes, the local ruler who
man senate had appointed Nicomedes, the son of Nicomedes
On his voyage to Nicomedes, Caesar was captured by some
finally, on the death of Nicomedes, they seized upon all
- a Greek historian
ding to the statement of Nicomedes of Acanthus; and he rei
in their banquets, as Nicomedes tells us in his essay
of Cos - an associate of Antigonus, late 4th century B.C.
and other states in honour of Nicomedes, an associate of Antigonus.
- in documents
(202/1) [A] [When] Nikomedes was monarchos, on the
(173-169) Pythian boys: Nikomedes son of Anaxibios sec
Hekatomnōs son of Nikomedes Menestratos son of
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