Artabanus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Artabanus   I - king of Parthia, 128-124 B.C.
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  + Arsaces
128/7 hia in battle against the Scythians, and the accession of Artabanus.
123/6 Artabanus I of Parthia is killed in battle against the Tocharii and
    Within translations:
Just_42.2 himself. [42.2] In his stead Artabanus, his uncle, was
THI_26 (140-124)   the (?) 15th, king Arsaces and Pittit, the Elamite

  Artabanus 2   - a Persian who murdered Xerxes in 465 B.C.
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Euseb]:Chron_125 Esther took place. Artabanus - for 6 months Artaxerxes "Ma
Just_3.1 his own subjects. Artabanus, his chief officer, conceivin

  Artabanus 3   - king of Parthia, 10-38 A.D
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RC_75 [B] King of kings Arsaces to Antiochus and Phraates


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