Tigranes   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.





  Tigranes   - king of Armenia, 95-55 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
140/15 The births of Tigranes of Armenia and Tiraeus of Charax.
95/11 Tigranes establishes himself as king of Armenia after being release
91/14 Tigranes invades Cappadocia and drives out Ariobarzanes.
84/22a Tigranes of Armenia defeats the Parthians and conquers part of Meso
83/18 Tigranes invades and conquers Syria.
77/20 Tigranes invades Cappadocia with an overwhelming force.
76/15 Tigranes founds the city of Tigranocerta; many of the inhabitants
76/15a Tigranes settles Arabs in the region of Commagene and Cilicia.
72/29 Sinope, and appeals to his son Machares and to Tigranes for help
71/26 Mithridates escapes to his father-in-law Tigranes, in Armenia.
71/35 Tigranes allows Mithridates to stay in Armenia, but refuses to meet
70/8 Ap.Claudius as an envoy to Tigranes to demand the surrender of Mit
70/21 tly wins over Zarbienus and other disaffected subjects of Tigranes
70/23 Tigranes captures Ptolemais, but is soon afterwards recalled home
70/24 Ap.Claudius meets Tigranes, and bluntly warns him of the consequenc
69/11 Tigranes despises the small size of Lucullus' army, and ignores Mit
69/12 Lucullus wins an overwhelming victory over Tigranes.
69/16 Mithridates persuades Tigranes to keep on fighting against the Roma
69/17 a Selene is put to death by Tigranes, after being imprisoned at Sel
68/2 Tigranes loses control of Syria.
68/4 Tigranes and Mithridates raise another army.
68/10 off an attack by Mithridates and Tigranes near the river Arsanias
68/18 Tigranes attacks L.Fannius.
67/26 Mithridates and Tigranes invade Cappadocia, and expel Ariobarzanes
66/18 Tigranes refuses to offer refuge to Mithridates.
66/22 Tigranes faces a revolt by his son, who receives assistance from
66/29 Pompeius meets Tigranes near Artaxata, and reinstates him as king
64/7 Parthia, invades Armenia but later on agrees a truce with Tigranes
58/52 Clodius helps Tigranes, the son of king Tigranes, to escape from
55/55 Artavasdes becomes king of Armenia, after the death of Tigranes
    Within translations:
!Festus:Brev_14-16   were received in a war with Tigranes, King of the Armen
Athen_2.51   subdued Mithridates and Tigranes, was the first man who
Athen_6.274   and also after that of Tigranes, the king of Armenia,
Athen_12.543   of two kings, Mithridates and Tigranes. And Sittius, also
CIL_11.1832   Mithridates king of Pontus and Tigranes king of Arme
Joseph:AJ_13.419-421 *   news was brought that Tigranes, the king of Armenia,
Joseph:AJ_14.29   nia, and making war with Tigranes; but when Scaurus was
Joseph:AJ_15.104   sent Artabazes, the son of Tigranes, in bonds, with his children
Joseph:BJ_1.116   She also prevailed with Tigranes, king of Armenia, who
Joseph:BJ_1.127   when he fought against Tigranes; so Scaurus came to Dama
Joseph:BJ_1.363   led with him Artabazes, Tigranes's son, captive, as a pre
Just_38.3   menia, at this time, was Tigranes, who had long before bee
Just_38.5   that whatever Gordius or Tigranes did, was imputed to him;
Just_40.1   of all were directed to Tigranes king of Armenia, who,
Just_40.2   in things. After Tigranes was conquered by Lucullus, Ant
Lucian:Macr_15   it seven years. Tigranes, king of Armenia, with whom
Malal_211   leper, king of Syria, Tigranes the king of the Armenian
Malal_212   of Dionices heard that Tigranes, the king of the Armenia
Malal_223   Pontius, who defeated Tigranes, the local ruler of the
Memn_22   Parthians, the Medes, Tigranes the Armenian, the kings
Memn_29   Parthia and to his son-in-law Tigranes the king of Armeni
Memn_31   dius as an ambassador to Tigranes, to demand the surrender
Memn_35   tion from his son-in-law Tigranes, and he expected suffici
Memn_38   not come into the presence of Tigranes. Then Tigranes fel
Oros_6.3   encountered Mithridates and Tigranes at Tigranocerta, and
Oros_6.4   to stay. 8 He pardoned Tigranes at the latter's entreaty and
Plin:HN_6.142   brought to that country by Tigranes the Great, while others have
Plin:HN_7.98   these, over King Mithridates and Tigranes.
Plut:Mor_203   sand horse, was to fight Tigranes and his army of a hundre
Sall:Hist_4.67   uch as the anger against Tigranes inspired in you by the
THI_29.A   daughter of the Great King Tigranes and his wife, and of
ValMax_5.1.10   had crowned the head of Tigranes with regal emblems, his head
ValMax_5.1.9   Pompeius. When he had defeated Tigranes king of Armenia, who not
ValMax_8.15.8   same time over Mithridates, Tigranes, and several other kings,
ValMax_9.11e.3   conspired with his friends against Tigranes his father, the king of

  Tigranes 2   - son of Tigranes, king of Armenia
  →
Wikipedia entry
66/28 Tigranes' son deserts to the Romans.
66/29 without any other territories; Tigranes' son is kept as a prisoner
58/52 s Tigranes, the son of king Tigranes, to escape from custody at the

  Tigranes 3   - king of Armenia, 20-8 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_15.105   Caesar, when they restored Tigranes, his younger brother, to

  Tigranes 5   - king of Armenia, 6-12 A.D.
  →
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:BJ_1.553   had by Glaphyra two sons, Tigranes and Alexander ; and by


  ← Search for another name




This page Andrew Smith, 2021   :   Attalus' home page