Mesopotamia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a country between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates, the modern Iraq
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arpalus attempts to propagate Greek plants in Mesopotamia and Media.
Ptolemy reaches Mesopotamia, and his army besieges the palace
Demetrius invades Mesopotamia.
Armenia defeats the Parthians and conquers part of Mesopotamia.
Gabinius advances towards Mesopotamia, in order to attack the Parthia
Crassus invades Mesopotamia, but then withdraws back to Syria.
complaints from the Parthian king about the invasion of Mesopotamia.
advance through Armenia, but instead he marches towards Mesopotamia.
The Parthian reconquer Mesopotamia.
upper provinces, Mesopotamia and Arbelitis were given
nded the city of Callinicum in Mesopotamia. [Ol.137.4]
royal family. In Mesopotamia there was Dionysius the Med
Achaia, also Iberia, Colchis, Mesopotamia, Sophene and
He gave Syria as far as Mesopotamia for Tapitho to rule
ms; a Roman army reached Mesopotamia; a treaty was initiat
to Osrhoene. In Mesopotamia, Nisibis was captured by
Armenia, Assyria, and Mesopotamia, which, situated betw
against the Persians in Mesopotamia, was defeated by Sapo
ior. They returned Mesopotamia, along with the Transtigrit
that Nisibis and part of Mesopotamia was surrendered, thin
conquering Armenia and Mesopotamia and capturing Nisibis
their effects, out of Mesopotamia and Babylon, unto the
been entrusted with all Mesopotamia, and gave him an army
uphrates], and came into Mesopotamia, as desirous to retai
Babylonians, and Arcesilaus Mesopotamia. 24 When this
aates, offering to yield Mesopotamia, Adiabene and the Gre
(c. 246) ing brought under him Mesopotamia and Babylonia and
and Euphrates rivers is Mesopotamia, beginning in the north
the (?) Pelassians; and Archelaus, Mesopotamia
march through Armenia to Mesopotamia and there stormed and
his course through Mesopotamia towards Parthia he
When they also rebelled in Mesopotamia, the emperor ordered war to
The Parthians seized Mesopotamia and completely devastated
On his return to Mesopotamia he was welcomed by
who had been ravaging Mesopotamia. Finally his soldiers, now
and a part of Upper Mesopotamia. 3 While marching through Galatia
south Babylonia as well as Mesopotamia between the Euphrates and the
it is the prefecture of Mesopotamia, which derives its origin from
 The people contiguous to Mesopotamia are called the Rhoali. In
little variation, and floods Mesopotamia when the sun has
Euphrates turns aside from Mesopotamia by the equally famous
shall speak after describing Mesopotamia, with the exception of
 The whole of Mesopotamia once belonged to the
this the remaining part of Mesopotamia and Assyria has received the
addition the following towns in Mesopotamia: Hippareni - this also a
is a town belonging to Mesopotamia on the bank of the
forms the region of Mesopotamia mentioned above; it then
adds that the area of Mesopotamia by itself, bounded by the
Parthyene, Aria, Susiane, Mesopotamia, Babylonian Seleucia, Arabia
emetrius, hoping to find Mesopotamia unguarded, suddenly
us, made his escape into Mesopotamia; and in his march ove
ain in either Armenia or Mesopotamia, but is unable to say
Agri, Zalbi, Chaldaeans, Mesopotamians, Agriophagi, Euonym
nians, and those down in Mesopotamia and the Illyrian land
first to cross. In Mesopotamia and Babylon there are two
if you on the side of Mesopotamia and we on that of Ar
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