Attalus   - 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.





  Attalus   I Soter - king of Pergamum, 241-197 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
  + Eumenes
269/19 The birth of Attalus, the future king of Pergamum.
237/10 Attalus defeats the Galatians by the river Caicus.
229/9 Attalus defeats Antiochus Hierax in Phrygia.
228/7 Attalus defeats Antiochus Hierax and the Galatians in two battles,
228/14 Attalus defeats Antiochus Hierax again, by the river Harpasus in Cari
224/13 Attalus defeats Lysias.
223/1 Seleucus sets out to attack Attalus, leaving Hermeias as vice-regent.
222/21 Achaeus forces Attalus to take refuge in Pergamum.
220/46 The birth of Attalus, the son of Attalus of Pergamum.
218/25 Attalus subdues Aeolis and Mysia.
218/41 mutiny amongst Attalus' soldiers.
216/22 Antiochus enters an alliance with Attalus against Achaeus.
214/6 Sayings of Lacydes, addressed to Attalus and others.
211/10 into an alliance with the Romans, along with Attalus of Pergamum.
210/1a Aetolians capture Aegina and sell it to Attalus for thirty talents.
208/15b cree of Lilaea in Phocis, in honour of the garrison sent by Attalus.
208/16 Attalus returns to Asia to face an attack from Bithynia.
206/6a Antiochus, Ptolemy, and Attalus recognising the status of the
206/6a ings Antiochus, Ptolemy, and Attalus recognising the status of the
205/21 the Romans send envoys to Attalus in an attempt to obtain the sacr
201/20 Embassies from Attalus and Rhodes bring charges against Philippus bef
199/12 The Roman fleet, aided by Attalus, captures Oreus.
199/21 The consuls enter office, and receive an embassy from Attalus.
197/2a OGIS_270, a decree of Aptara in honour of Attalus.
197/3 Attalus destroys Gergitha in the Troad and resettles its inhabitants.
197/4 from Delphi predicts that Attalus' family will reign until the tim
197/5 Attalus appoints Ctesiphon of Athens to be a judge in Aeolis.
197/6 Lysimachus is the teacher and parasite of Attalus.
197/7 comments on the achievements of Attalus, a loyal ally of the Romans.
197/8 Attalus I dies at Thebes after suffering a stroke there.
197/12a 24.J, the manumission of a slave-girl by an officer of king Attalus.
    Within translations:
Athen_06.252 atterer and the tutor of Attalus the king, a man whom Call
Athen_15.697 o;ω&), was made by Attalus, who succeeded Philetaeru
Diod_34.13 invent. [13] &   Attalus, the first king of that name,
Euseb]:Chron_253 ted, and he joined battle with Attalus in the region of
Festus:Brev.10 the partnership of King Attalus, and we took possession
Hieron:Chron_1808 Laevinus made an alliance with Attalus, the king of Asia.
Hieron:Chron_1828 Eumenes, the brother of king Attalus, was in his prime.
Inscr_10 oyal stations which king Attalus, son of Eumenes, main
Inscr_100 (c. 200)   send envoys to king Attalos to request an allied fo
Inscr_24 (early 2nd cent.)   ks appointed by king Attalos, sold to Pythian Ap
Inscr_63 (193)   the statue of king Attalos and the statue of Phi
Just_27.3 [27.3] Meanwhile Eumenes, king of Bithynia, when the bro
Just_29.4 an alliance with king Attalus, proceeded to lay waste
Just_30.3 ngs, embassies from king Attalus, and from the Rhodians,
OGIS_268 (? 159)   cription to the reign of Attalos I, i.e. 241/0 B
OGIS_269 (c. 238-227)   ng Attalos dedicated] this thank
OGIS_273 (c. 238-227)   [273]   King Attalos dedicated these thank-off
OGIS_280 (229-197)   s statue of king Attalos was dedicated by Epig
OGIS_281 (c. 210)   g Attalos dedicated these first-fru
OGIS_283 (201-198)   ng] Attalos dedicated this to [Zeus]
Phlegon:Mir_9 be handed over to the sons of Attalus. The Celts dwelling
Polyaen_04.18.2 engaged in a war with Attalus and the Rhodians, found
Polyaen_04.20.1 Frontinus, Str.4.7.20] [20] Attalus. Attalus, previo
RC_28 (c. 240)   might have been written by Attalos I. } [King Ptol
RC_49 (182)   enes, the son of king Attalos and queen Apollonis,
Syll_523 (c. 220)   ed to Apollo] by king Attalos, [except the king him
Syll_628 (182)   g Eumenes son of king Attalos on account of his vi
Syll_630 (182)   from his father king Attalos both piety [towards th
Syll_641 (c. 174)   ens, the son of king Attalos and queen Apollonis,
Syll_670 (before 161)   alos, son of [king Attalos], was dedicated to Py

  Attalus 2   II Philadelphus - king of Pergamum, 159-138 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
220/46 The birth of Attalus, the son of Attalus of Pergamum.
185/2a RC_47, a letter of Attalus concerning tax-exemption for the temple
182/10 Attalus and his brothers visit Cyzicus with their mother Apollonis.
172/6 Attalus attempts to marry his sister-in-law Stratonice, following fal
167/2 Attalus the brother of Eumenes appears before the senate.
163/4 Attalus appears before the senate to defend his brother Eumenes again
160/19 IG_672, commemorating a gift from Attalus II to the city of Delphi.
159/1 Attalus defends Eumenes against the accusations of Prusias.
159/11 dicated to Apollonis at Cyzicus by her children Eumenes and Attalus.
159/11a RC_56-60, letters from Eumenes and Attalus to Attis.
159/11b Inscr_84, a letter of Attalus concerning Aribazus, the commander of
158/6 OGIS_751, a letter from Attalus to Amlada.
158/8 The death of Eumenes II, and accession of Attalus II.
158/12 SEG_44.1108, a letter of Attalus II to Olbasa in Pisidia.
157/3 Attalus sets up Alexander Balas as a rival to Demetrius.
156/7 Prusias attacks and defeats Attalus.
156/11 The senate reacts cautiously to an appeal for help from Attalus.
155/1 ends legates to investigate the dispute between Prusias and Attalus.
155/13 OGIS_315.6, a letter from Attalus II to Attis describing a meeting
154/6 Peace between Attalus and Prusias.
145/22 War between Attalus of Pergamum and Diegylus the Thracian.
142/11 OGIS_331.2, a letter from Attalus to Athenaeus.
140/14 Burstein_90, a letter from Attalus praising his son's tutor, a citiz
138/12 Attalus founds the city of Attaleia in Pamphylia.
138/13 Attalus attempts to improve the harbour at Ephesus.
138/14 Attalus settles the Dionysiac artists at Myonnesus, but soon afterwar
138/15 Attalus invents a technique of gold embroidery.
138/16 Attalus becomes indolent, and hands over the control of his kingdom
138/17 The death of Attalus II of Pergamum, and accession of Attalus III.
    Within translations:
Athen_05.212 front of the portico of Attalus, standing on it and looki
Diod_33.14 cheia, which belonged to Attalus, he burnt it to the groun
Diod_33.15 [15] &   When Attalus understood that Diēgylis
Euseb]:Chron_255 assistance of Ptolemy and Attalus, and he was killed
Inscr_84 (170-159)   rtune.   Attalos to Sosthenes and Herodes, gre
Just_35.1 tolemaeus king of Egypt, Attalus king of Asia, and Ariarat
Lucian:Macr_12 life at eighty. Attalus, called Philadelphus, also king
OGIS_264 (117-138AD)   dom] with his brother Attalos [during his lifetime,
OGIS_268 (? 159)   y to belong to the reign of Attalos II or III. } In
OGIS_298 (c. 183)   Attalos son of king Attalos dedicated this to Zeus
OGIS_303 (c. 158-138)   s on behalf of king Attalos Philadelphos and q
OGIS_304 (c. 158-138)   s on behalf of king Attalos Philadelphos and q
OGIS_323 (c. 150)   n for ever; and king Attalos, the brother-loving {P
OGIS_351 (c. 155-154)   rite to] king Attalos and king Ariarathes [about]
Plut:Mor_184 ing brought to Pergamum, Attalus his brother put on the
RC_58 (163-160)   Attalos to priest Attis,
RC_59 (163-160)   Attalos to priest Attis,
RC_62 (160-139)   g Attalos to the council and
Syll_606 (190)   s statue of Attalos son of king Attalos was
Syll_629 (182)   enes and his brothers Attalos, Philetairos and Athe
Syll_666 (before 162)   alos and Ariarathes of Syp
Syll_670 (before 161)   s statue of [king] Attalos, son of [king Attal

  Attalus 3   III Philometor Euergetes - king of Pergamum, 138-133 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
138/17 The death of Attalus II of Pergamum, and accession of Attalus III.
137/7 Attalus III purges his opponents.
135/10 OGIS_331.4, a letter from Attalus to Pergamum.
135/11 OGIS_331.3, a letter from Attalus to Cyzicus.
133/11 The grammarian Daphitas (or Daphidas) is put to death by Attalus.
133/12b RC_68 & 69, letters of Attalus III concerning Hieracome in Lydia and
133/12c S_332, a decree of Pergamum granting divine honours to Attalus III.
133/13 Attalus III is a keen gardener.
133/14 Death of Attalus III of Pergamum, who bequeaths his kingdom to Rome.
133/15 Gracchus proposes to share out the money left by Attalus.
133/29 nding the citizenship of Pergamum as a consequence of Attalus' will.
132/17 the praetor C.Popillius, ratifying Attalus' decisions and will.
132/20 The valuable personal effects of Attalus are auctioned at Rome.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.3 [3] &   In Asia, Attalus {III} as soon as he came to the
Festus:Brev.10 when it had been bequeathed in Attalus' will. Nevertheless
Hieron:Chron_1887 ews, for 26 years. Attalus died, and left the Roman people
Just_36.4 its new sovereigns, King Attalus in Asia polluted a most
Just_38.7 riches of the kingdom of Attalus, or the ancient opulence
OGIS_264 (117-138AD)   [kingdom to his son] Attalos, [with his brother Att
OGIS_298 (c. 183)   Attalos son of king Attalos dedic
OGIS_332 (138-133)   ople [honours] king Attalos Philometor Euergetes,
Plut:Demetr_20 tables and lamps. Attalus, surnamed Philometor, amused
Vit:Nicand_1 lived in the reign of Attalus, the last king of Pergamu

  Attalus 4   - general and father-in-law of Philippus II of Macedonia
  →
Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.557 of Hippostratus and niece of Attalus. And bringing her
Just_9.5 Parmenion, Amyntas, and Attalus, whose sister he had rec
Just_9.7 a banquet, first with Attalus, and afterwards with his
Just_12.6 other and brothers, with Attalus, Eurylochus, Pausanias,
Polyaen_05.44.4 efended by Parmenion and Attalus with a force of ten thous

  Attalus 5   - son of Andromenes; one of Alexander's officers
  →
Wikipedia entry
320/15 Attalus, the brother-in-law of Perdiccas, takes his fleet to Tyre,
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_* 9-11 * the scribe and supported by Attalus. Antipater barely
Just_13.3 two of their officers, Attalus and Meleager, to quell
Polyaen_04.6.7 marching in pursuit of Attalus, Alcetas, and Docimus,

  Attalus 6   Epiphanes - king of Paphlagonia, first century B.C.
64/16 Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and Attalus in Paphlagonia.

  Attalus 7   - the father of Philetaerus
OGIS_310 (277-268)   Pergamon, the son of Attalos, dedicated this lan
OGIS_311 (267-263)   Pergamon, the son of Attalos, dedicated [this l

  Attalus   - in documents
Inscr_61.B (196-146)   ration for men:   Attalos of Metropolis, the s
Inscr_61.C (early 2nd century)   sp; Agathokles son of Attalos Stadion race for men:
Inscr_90 (311-306)   : 1,500 Nikon son of Attalos   : 1,000 Nikepho
OGIS_59 (163)   . Eumelos Moschos Diodamos Attalos son of Cha... Th


  ← Search for another name




This page Andrew Smith, 2016   :   Attalus' home page