Hyspaosines   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hyspaosines   - king of Charax, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Aspasine , Hyspausines
138/28a Hyspaosines attacks the Elamites.
127/2a nscr_26.C, a Babylonian contract dated to the reign of Hyspaosines.
125/13a Timotheus son of Hyspaosines goes to Seleuceia-on-Tigris.
124/2a the dedication of a temple on behalf of king Hyspaosines.
124/2b Hyspaosines restores and strengthens the city of Charax.
124/2c The death of Hyspaosines, king of Charax, aged 85 years.
    Within translations:
Lucian:Macr_16   eighty-five. [16] Hyspausines, king of Charax and the cou
Plin:HN_6.139   and named after himself by Spaosines son of Sagdodonacus, king of
THI_26   (140-124)   behalf of king Hyspaosines and queen Thalassia, Ke

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