Pacorus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Orodes; Parthian prince, killed in 38 B.C.
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Parthian army, led by Pacorus, invades Syria.
The Parthians, led by Pacorus, invade Judaea and set up Antigonus as
Ventidius defeats and kills Pacorus, the son of the Parthian king,
overwhelmed by grief, after learning that his son Pacorus has died.
engagement, he killed Pacorus, the king's son, on the
Now, in the second year, Pacorus, the king of Parthia's
ssistance;  yet was Pacorus, the general of the Parth
oposals, and then went away to Pacorus.  But as soon
upon them, he went to Pacorus, and to the most potent
In the mean time, Pacorus was fallen in a battle, and the
 Barzapharnes and Pacorus, the generals of the
when Barzapharnes and Pacorus, the generals of the Part
among the Parthians, and Pacorus, the king's son, had poss
out of it.  Pacorus was by these means induced so
Antigonus desired that Pacorus might be admitted to be
rfidious. However, Pacorus went out and took Hyrcanus with
then went [to the other] Pacorus; immediately after which
out of the country, and Pacorus slain) Ventidius, by Anto
the Roman army. Pacorus, the son of Orodes, who was sen
Syria, and killed their king Pacorus in the battle line on
- king of Parthia, 78-105 A.D.
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as a present by Decebalus to Pacorus, the Parthian king.
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