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  Cappadocia   - an inland region in eastern Anatolia, to the north of Cilicia
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  + Cappadocian , Cappadocians
322/10 eats and kills Ariarathes of Cappadocia, and appoints Eumenes to
302/25 Seleucus arrives in Cappadocia, where he stops for the winter.
282/32 arathes II expels the Macedonians and regains control of Cappadocia.
254/7 The accession of Ariarathes III of Cappadocia.
219/15 The accession of Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia.
179/2a Inscr_46, a decree of Cos in honour of Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia.
163/12 hes obtains the renewal of the alliance between Rome and Cappadocia.
160/17 embassy from Ariarathes of Cappadocia brings a crown as a symbol
158/2 Orophernes drives Ariarathes out of Cappadocia.
158/11 Ariarathes arrives in Rome after his expulsion from Cappadocia.
157/8 Ariarathes defeats Orophernes, and regains control of Cappadocia.
154/8 Ariarathes of Cappadocia attacks Priene.
115/4a Ariarathes VI of Cappadocia is murdered by Gordius, allegedly at the
114/6a Nicomedes invades Cappadocia, and forces Laodice, the sister of Mithr
101/11 murders Ariarathes and installs his own son as king of Cappadocia.
98/2 Marius visits Cappadocia and other eastern countries.
97/4 rathes VIII is forced out of Cappadocia by Mithridates, and dies soon
96/6 Roman senate decides that Cappadocia and Paphlagonia should become
95/7 propraetor of Cilicia, installs Ariobarzanes as king of Cappadocia.
91/14 Tigranes invades Cappadocia and drives out Ariobarzanes.
90/19 throne of Bithynia, and Ariobarzanes to the throne of Cappadocia.
89/35 Mithridates expels Ariobarzanes from Cappadocia.
79/2 to Rome: the senate orders Mithridates to withdraw from Cappadocia.
77/20 Tigranes invades Cappadocia with an overwhelming force.
76/15 many of the inhabitants are forcibly transported from Cappadocia.
67/26 hridates and Tigranes invade Cappadocia, and expel Ariobarzanes again
64/16 menia Minor, Ariobarzanes in Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and
62/8 Ariobarzanes abdicates as king of Cappadocia, in favour of his son.
36/3 ibutes the territory of the kings in Cappadocia, Pontus and Cilicia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.42   say that all over Cappadocia the bees produce honey witho
Apollod:Fr_79   Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadocian, Nicolaus of Damascus
Arrian:Fr_1   lotas; Media to Pithon ; Cappadocia, Paphlagonia, and the
Arrian:Fr_9   north of Mount Taurus, Cappadocia was assigned to Nicano
Athen_2.43   too, that the water in Cappadocia never becomes putrid,
Athen_4.129   lver breadbasket full of Cappadocian loaves; some of which
Athen_5.212-215 *   fluence with the king of Cappadocia, leading them to hope
Athen_6.266   thridates, the tyrant of Cappadocia; and were given up by
Athen_10.440   for a short time king of Cappadocia, disregarded all the
Athen_11.477   Menander in The : "In Cappadocia, Struthias, I drank up a
Diod_37.28   commanders. The Cappadocians, on the other hand, were
Euseb]:Chron_61   and wandered amongst the Cappadocians." And again he
Euseb]:Chron_215   [97 A.D.] - Stephanus of Cappadocia, stadion race [At this
Euseb]:Chron_251   against Mithridates in Cappadocia, where 20,000 of his
ExcBarb_33B   ule over Paphlagonia and Cappadocia He allowed the islands
FastTr_p108   Armenia, Paphla]gonia, Cappadocia, [Cilicia, Syria, the
Festus:Brev_11   nistered her. The Cappadocians first sought our partnersh
FGrH_252.A   restored to [the throne of] Cappadocia: 100 years [85/4
GranLic_30   daughter of Ariarathes king of Cappadocia. 90 Socrates rep
Hieron:Chron_1982   Bucolica [Eclogues], died in Cappadocia. 186.3 . [1983]
Hieron:Chron_2036   was Archelaus of Cappadocia; his kingdom was turned into
Joseph:AJ_13.286   eir advice, as Strabo of Cappadocia attests, when he saith
Joseph:AJ_14.35   [35] Now Strabo of Cappadocia mentions this present in the
Joseph:AJ_14.104   Damascus, and Strabo of Cappadocia, both describe the exp
Joseph:AJ_14.111   particularly Strabo of Cappadocia, who says thus: [112]
Joseph:AJ_14.138   ypt. And Strabo of Cappadocia bears witness to this, when
Joseph:AJ_15.9   be quiet. And Strabo of Cappadocia attests to what I have
Joseph:BJ_1.530   got abroad, made off to Cappadocia, where he extorted more money
Joseph:BJ_1.553   had sent back Glaphyra to Cappadocia with her dowry ; Bernice,
Julian:Mis_359   not long ago a certain Cappadocian was exiled from here
Just_2.4   ttlement on the coast of Cappadocia, near the river Therm
Just_11.8   ived the day before from Cappadocia, rendered him an objec
Just_13.4   ntic sea, to Lysimachus; Cappadocia and Paphlagonia were
Just_13.6   Ariarathes, king of the Cappadocians, defeated him in a
Just_27.3   es, his father-in-law, king of Cappadocia. Being kindly
Just_29.1   was made king. In Cappadocia, the father of Ariarathes,
Just_35.1   with Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, for having disdained
Just_37.1   of Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, who had fallen in tha
Just_37.3   of Pontus, and afterwards of Cappadocia. Fixing his tho
Just_38.1-7 *   band Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia, he had treacherously
Just_42.2   om. Armenia, from Cappadocia to the Caspian Sea, stretche
Lucian:Macr_13   riarathes, king of Cappadocia, lived eighty-two years, as
Malal_207   ter of Ariarathes, king of the Cappadocians. In the eighth
Malal_223   local states, except for Cappadocia, which was ruled by
Malal_224   name of Mazaca to Caesareia of Cappadocia. This Caesar was
Memn_22   this war was the seizure of Cappadocia. Mithridates gai
Memn_38   Advancing through Cappadocia, whose ruler Ariobarzanes
Memn_25-29 *   that the Bithynians and Cappadocia would be ruled by thei
Nepos_14.1   part of Cilicia which adjoins Cappadocia and is inhabited by the
Nepos_14.4   lies beyond Cilicia, next to Cappadocia. 2 The reason for the
Nepos_14.5   own men went off to Cappadocia and took possession of the
Nepos_14.7   he sent Autophrodates to Cappadocia. 2 To prevent him
Nepos_14.8   addition, eight thousand Cappadocians, ten thousand Armenians,
Nepos_18.2   be seen. At that time Cappadocia was given to Eumenes, or
Nepos_18.13   mother, wife and children in Cappadocia.
Oros_1.2   the head of Syria is Cappadocia, which is bounded on the
Oros_3.12   these deeds, Philip crossed into Cappadocia, where he waged war with
Oros_3.17   uprooted, Cilicia exhausted, Cappadocia subdued, and Egypt
Oros_3.23   the king of the Cappadocians, and conquered him. Nothing
Oros_4.20.30   and finally, Ariarathes of Cappadocia, Eumenes of Asia, and
Oros_5.10   and Armenia, Ariarathes of Cappadocia and Pylaemenes of Paphlagonia,
Oros_6.2   angry and at once invaded Cappadocia. He drove out its king,
Oros_6.4   reorganised Armenia, the Colchians, Cappadocia, and Syria, he pushed
Oros_7.15   Parthians, had invaded Armenia, Cappadocia, and Syria, and was
Oros_7.29   the road between Cilicia and Cappadocia. 18 Thus the man who
Plin:HN_4.39   Armenia, Iberia, Albania, Cappadocia, Syria, Egypt, Mount
Plin:HN_5.95   frontier between Galatia and Cappadocia. At the side of
Plin:HN_5.127   Seleucus, between Cilicia, Cappadocia, Cataonia and Armenia.
Plin:HN_5.145   the east it extends to Cappadocia. Its most famous towns beside
Plin:HN_5.146   and east of Galatia stretches Cappadocia, the most fertile part of
Plin:HN_5.83-85 *   and then the Anaetic from Cappadocia. [84] Dascusa is 75 miles
Plin:HN_6.23   however begin with the Cappadocian tribe. [24] This extends
Plin:HN_6.25   Mountains, and is separated from Cappadocia, as we have said, by
Plin:HN_6.214   parts of Media, Cataonia, Cappadocia, Taurus, Amanus, Issus, the
Plin:HN_6.215   the southern parts of Cappadocia, Galatia, Mysia, Sardis, Smyrna,
Plin:HN_6.6-9 *   Evarchus, a tribe of Cappadocians, the town of Caturia
Plin:HN_7.98   Pontus, Armenia, Paphlagonia, Cappadocia, Cicilia, Syria, the
Plin:HN_8.173   mules breed commonly in Cappadocia, but that the Cappadocian
Plin:HN_8.225   asses the boundary dividing Cappadocia from Cilicia. The stags
Plin:HN_34.142   the case of copper. In Cappadocia alone it is merely a
Plin:HN_35.31   the caverns of Lemnos and Cappadocia, the part found adhering to
Plin:HN_36.61   least valuable is the Cappadocian, which has no lustre
Plin:HN_36.160   come too from Cyprus, Cappadocia, Sicily and, a recent
Plin:HN_36.163   principate there was discovered in Cappadocia a stone as hard as
Plin:HN_37.46   Archelaus, who was king of Cappadocia, relates that it is brought
Plin:HN_37.115   purple one, and in Cappadocia another that is purplish-blue,
Plin:HN_37.151   place. The 'Stone of Cappadocia' occurs there and in
Plin:HN_37.152   'mirror-stone,' which occurs in Cappadocia, reflects images from its
Plut:Demetr_4   er, fled that night into Cappadocia; and fate soon accompl
Plut:Eum_16   Media and Armenia into Cappadocia ; but he could not fix
Plut:Eum_3-6 *   assigned to Eumenes were Cappadocia and Paphlagonia, and
Plut:Eum_9-13 *   tory of the Orcynians in Cappadocia through the treachery
Polyaen_4.6.6   tigonus was wintering in Cappadocia, three thousand Macedo
Polyaen_7.8.2   een defeated by Cyrus in Cappadocia, in order to make good
Porph:Fr_41   and Lysimachus. Cappadocia and Armenia, Bithynia and
PsCallisth_1.13   Now the rulers of Cappadocia once brought to Philip a pre
PsCallisth_2.11   Syria and Cilicia and Cappadocia and Paphlagonia and
PsCallisth_3.33   Olcias, and Paphlagonia and Cappadocia to Eumenes, the
Sall:Hist_4.60   it forms the border between Cappadocia and Armenia. And
SelPap_1.121   letter from Sempronius from Cappadocia. Salutation
SelPap_2.363   in the 1st eparchy of Cappadocia, but of recent y
SelPap_2.395   rements of the troops in Cappadocia, for one white be
Syll_742.A   (86/85) Mithridates [king] of Cappadocia, [in transgression of
THI_215   where the borders] of Cappadocia, Galatia and Bith
ValMax_5.7e.2   parted with the kingdom of Cappadocia to his son in Pompey's
ValMax_9.15e.2   claim to the kingdom of Cappadocia, and asserted that he was


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