Bocchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Mauretania in the late 2nd century B.C.
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Bocchus enters into alliance with Jugurtha.
Marius defeats the joint forces of Jugurtha and Bocchus.
Marius defeats Jugurtha and Bocchus in a second battle near Cirta,
Marius sends Sulla and A.Manlius on a mission to Bocchus.
Further negotiations between Sulla and Bocchus.
embassy from Bocchus receives a favourable response at Rome.
Bocchus seizes Jugurtha and hands him over to Sulla and the Romans.
statues erected at Rome by Bocchus, king of Mauretania, and over
orious.  & Bocchus, king of Libya, having sharply
great battle defeated Bocchus and Jugurtha, the African
almost to the last man. Bocchus despaired of any hope of
forced Bogudes, the son of Bocchus, who was king of the
of bringing Jugurtha from king Bocchus to Marius, that he had
II - king of Mauretania; died in 33 B.C.
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Bocchus, king of Mauretania, attacks Carrinas, the governor of Spain.
Bocchus drives out Bogud, and establishes himself as king of Mauretan
Bocchus tries to punish thirty of his elephants.
Octavianus seizes control of Mauretania after the death of Bocchus.
Mauretanias were obtained from Bocchus. But, with all Afri
between the Land of Bocchus and the Masaesyli; Quiza
in to justice, when King Bocchus tied to stakes thirty elephants
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