Genthius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Illyria, 180-168 B.C.
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L.Duronius accuses the Illyrian king Genthius of encouraging piracy.
Genthius murders his brother Plator.
Perseus attempts to persuade Genthius the Illyrian king to join him
Genthius joins the war as an ally of Perseus against Rome.
Anicius captures Genthius, the king of the Illyrians.
The triumph of Anicius, over Genthius and the Illyrians.
ns, and brought with him Genthius the king of the Illyrian
propraetor, & over king Genthius and the Illyrians, Quiri
we received them, with King Gentius, in capitulation.
(171/0) reek] cities, [he set Genthios the Illyrian against
- in documents
(178) as, the son of Nikon; Genthios of Demetrias, the
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