Andriscus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Andriscus   - a pretender to the throne of Macedonia, who claimed to be the son of Perseus
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  + Philippus , Pseudo-Philippus , Pseudophilippus
152/15 ccounts of the early life of Andriscus, who claims to be a son of Per
152/16 Demetrius sends Andriscus to Rome.
149/1 Andriscus escapes to Asia Minor.
149/8 Andriscus crosses to Thrace, where he is welcomed by a chieftain call
149/19 Andriscus gains control of Macedonia.
149/22 Greek reactions to Andriscus' revolt and the Punic War.
149/25 Andriscus is driven back from Thessaly by the Romans and their allies
148/10 Andriscus defeats the praetor Juventius.
148/17 Andriscus is successful in a cavalry battle.
148/18 Metellus defeats Andriscus.
148/21 General comments on the brief war against Andriscus.
148/22 Metellus captures Andriscus; end of the rebellion in Macedonia.
147/13 yzantium loses its liberty as a punishment for supporting Andriscus.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_239   [150 B.C.], a certain Andriscus falsely claimed to be
Euseb]:Chron_241   for 19 years The false Philippus - for 1 year After that
Festus:Brev_7   hilippus, under Perseus, under Pseudo-Philippus. Flamininu
Hieron:Chron_1865   865] [1870 in Ar.] Pseudophilippus ["the false Philippus"]
Hieron:Chron_1867   Ar.] The Romans killed Pseudophilippus, and reduced the
Obseq_19   the middle of the flames. Pseudophilippus was defeated.
Oros_4.22   fought an engagement with Pseudo-Philippus in Macedonia. He was
ValMax_7.5.4   when he triumphed over Pseudo-Philip. The greatest part also


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