Artaxias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Artaxias   - king of Armenia, (?) 189-160 B.C.
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  + Artaxerxes
199/8 Armenia is governed by Artaxias and Zariadris, two generals of Antioc
189/29 via Crete to Armenia, where Artaxias has established himself as king
179/16a a boundary-marker set up in the name of Artaxias, king of Armenia.
165/10 Antiochus defeats Artaxias, king of Armenia.
162/4 Ariarathes rejects Artaxias' plan to seize Sophene.
160/12 Artaxias establishes a large independent kingdom in Armenia.
    Within translations:
THI_27 (c. 200)   r ten of king Artaxerxes, Yervandid, son of Zareh
Porph:Fr_38 Ptolemy VII Euergetes, and Artaxias the king of Armeni
Porph:Fr_56 ediately proceed against Artaxias, the king of Armenia,

  Artaxias 2   - king of Armenia, (?) 34-20 B.C.
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32/12 Artaxias is established as king of Armenia by the Parthians.


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