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- a city in Asia Minor, the capital of the Attalid kingdom
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+ Pergamene , Pergamenes
The birth of Attalus, the future king of Pergamum.
General remarks about the role of Philetaerus as ruler of Pergamum.
taerus, who is succeeded as ruler of Pergamum by his nephew Eumenes.
OGIS_267, a letter from Eumenes I to Pergamum.
Lake Colo'e in Lydia and near the temple of Aphrodite at Pergamum.
Achaeus forces Attalus to take refuge in Pergamum.
The birth of Attalus, the son of Attalus of Pergamum.
into an alliance with the Romans, along with Attalus of Pergamum.
Philippus attacks Pergamum.
The fleets of Pergamum and Rhodes are defeated by the Macedonians at
Seleucus attacks Pergamum.
sails into the Aegean, and surprises a convoy of Pergamene ships.
Eumenes creates a library at Pergamum by collecting a large number
Prusias advances as far as Pergamum.
War between Attalus of Pergamum and Diegylus the Thracian.
OGIS_329, a decree of Aegina in honour of Cleon of Pergamum.
The death of Attalus II of Pergamum, and accession of Attalus III.
OGIS_331.4, a letter from Attalus to Pergamum.
dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from Pergamum.
OGIS_332, a decree of Pergamum granting divine honours to Attalus
Death of Attalus III of Pergamum, who bequeaths his kingdom to Rome.
extending the citizenship of Pergamum as a consequence of Attalus'
Death of Perperna at Pergamum.
G_694, a decree of Elaea or Pergamum recording the city's status as
Roman senate concerning the boundaries of the territory of Pergamum.
The birth of Apollodorus of Pergamum, a rhetorician who became one
opponents at Smyrna, Lesbos, Pergamum, Adramyttium, and elsewhere,
ria defeats Mithridates' son and forces Mithridates out of Pergamum.
Mithridates takes away Mithridates of Pergamum as his companion.
Apollodorus of Pergamum, the future teacher of Octavianus, is in his
forces that Mithridates of Pergamum is leading to relieve Caesar.
Mithridates of Pergamum captures Pelusium.
establishes Mithridates of Pergamum as tetrarch and king of Bosporu
Sherk1_80, concessions granted to Pergamum by Caesar.
Mithridates of Pergamum is defeated by Asander, while attempting
_449, a decree of the city of Pergamum in honour of Servilius Vatia.
one which Carystius of Pergamum, in his treatise on the
that Eumenes the king of Pergamum, the nephew of Philetaer
And Carystius of Pergamum, in the third book of his Comm
gods." And Carystius of Pergamum, in his Historical Comme
Philetaerus the king of Pergamum, and of all that country
poetry, as Carystius of Pergamum says in his essay on Sot
ted from frankincense at Pergamum, owing to the invention
Philetaerus as king of Pergamum, judge of all his subjec
Aquillius. Found near Dikeli, Pergamum's port. 129
and also by Isidorus of Pergamum, the orator, who says
ther Callimachus nor the Pergamene scholars wrote anything
omed, gentlemen." In the Pergamene indices this is entered
of truth ?  & Siege of Pergamum by Seleucus IV in
A.D.] - Hermogenes of Pergamum, stadion race 203rd [33
in Ar.] Apollodorus of Pergamum, the Greek orator and
(184) nes and the people of Pergamon] consecrated a grove
(200-159) . . . citizenship . . . of Pergamenes . . . [they s
(173-169) Apollonios of Pergamon, the son of Metrodoro
(c. 208) stion Athenodoros of Pergamon, the son of (?) Ale
for when Mithridates of Pergamum was bringing his auxilia
 The decree of those of Pergamum. "When Cratippus
nce Mithridates of Pergamum, with the forces he led agains
and Nicopolitans, and Pergamum in Mysia, full of donati
essor to Eumenes king of Pergamum; that Eumenes himself,
for a boy, there was at Pergamum a son of Alexander by
secured and kept the throne of Pergamum, and closed his
fe. Apollodorus of Pergamum, the rhetorician who was tutor
and escaped to his father in Pergamum along with some
ealth, returned to his home at Pergamum.  The inhabita
(152-145) ldren], by Herodes of Pergamon, the son of Demop
(117-138AD) ained control of the Pergamenes [and] relocated the
(c. 238-227) wing inscriptions, found in Pergamon, also refer to
(c. 200-150) letairos of Pergamon, the son of Attalos,
(c. 200-150) hiletairos of Pergamon, the son of Attalos, dedic
(138-133) on which he entered Pergamon, is to be sacred for a
(150-133) generals: since the Pergamenes, who are our kin
being brought to Pergamum, Attalus his brother put on
(182) honour, and Kalas of Pergamon, a man by us consid
(182) nd Kalas] of Pergamon, men by us [considered exc
(197-160) stomachos of Pergamon our agent and by represent
(135) council and the people of Pergamon, greetings. S
(182) rs and the people of [Pergamon], regarding piety to
(182) thene Nikephoros near Pergamon as inviolable for al
(190/89) nce] . . . (?) Menandros of Pergamon . . . [who is
ttalus, the last king of Pergamum [139-133 B.C.], who was
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