Pharnaces - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Pontus, 2nd century B.C.
_771, an Athenian decree in honour of Pharnaces I and his wife Nysa.
Pharnaces captures Sinope.
eceives envoys from Eumenes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from Rhode
from Eumenes, Ariarathes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from the
eucus IV decides not to help Pharnaces in the war against Eumenes,
pear before the senate in an attempt to secure peace with Pharnaces.
Pharnaces renews the war against Eumenes.
Roman embassy mediates between Pharnaces and Eumenes.
Pharnaces and Eumenes agree to peace terms.
a treaty between the city of Chersonesus and Pharnaces of Pontus.
treated his grandfather Pharnaces in the same manner, who
(196/5) he ancestors of [king Pharnakes] have been [friends
II - king of Pontus, 1st century B.C.
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hridates commits suicide after his son Pharnaces starts a rebellion.
Pompeius allows Pharnaces to become king of Bosporus.
Pharnaces attacks the city of Phanagoreia, and forces it to surrender
Pharnaces consolidates the kingdom of Bosporus, by attacking neighbou
Pharnaces, king of Bosporus, takes advantage of the Roman civil war
Pharnaces defeats Calvinus at Nicopolis, and gains control of Pontus.
Pharnaces captures Amisus and wins over the rest of Pontus.
Asander rebels against Pharnaces.
Caesar negotiates with Pharnaces, while advancing against him.
Caesar defeats Pharnaces at Zela, and says: "veni, vidi, vici&qu
Pharnaces is killed by Asander, who seizes control of Bosporus.
ndrian war, or that this Pharnaces, whoever he may be, wou
dead, and was slain by his son Pharnaces. [4.] &  Now
After he routed Pharnaces of Pontus at the first assaul
- father of Artabazus, 5th century B.C.
Artabazus, the son of Pharnaces, escaped from Plataea,
- in documents
To Titus Luscius Pharnaces, freedman of Titus; an
(c. 200) Hyperberetaios. To Pharnakes, might he be he
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