Pharnaces   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pharnaces   I - king of Pontus, 2nd century B.C.
195/16a _771, an Athenian decree in honour of Pharnaces I and his wife Nysa.
183/5 Pharnaces captures Sinope.
183/23 eceives envoys from Eumenes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from Rhode
182/20 from Eumenes, Ariarathes, Pharnaces, and Philippus, and from the
181/7 eucus IV decides not to help Pharnaces in the war against Eumenes,
181/13 pear before the senate in an attempt to secure peace with Pharnaces.
180/2 Pharnaces renews the war against Eumenes.
180/11 Roman embassy mediates between Pharnaces and Eumenes.
179/3 Pharnaces and Eumenes agree to peace terms.
155/7a a treaty between the city of Chersonesus and Pharnaces of Pontus.
    Within translations:
Just_38.6 treated his grandfather Pharnaces in the same manner, who
OGIS_771 (196/5)   he ancestors of [king Pharnakes] have been [friends

  Pharnaces 2   II - king of Pontus, 1st century B.C.
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63/22 hridates commits suicide after his son Pharnaces starts a rebellion.
63/65 Pompeius allows Pharnaces to become king of Bosporus.
60/12 Pharnaces attacks the city of Phanagoreia, and forces it to surrender
50/67 Pharnaces consolidates the kingdom of Bosporus, by attacking neighbou
48/27 Pharnaces, king of Bosporus, takes advantage of the Roman civil war
48/75 Pharnaces defeats Calvinus at Nicopolis, and gains control of Pontus.
47/18 Pharnaces captures Amisus and wins over the rest of Pontus.
47/26 Asander rebels against Pharnaces.
47/41 Caesar negotiates with Pharnaces, while advancing against him.
47/42 Caesar defeats Pharnaces at Zela, and says: "veni, vidi, vici&qu
47/63 Pharnaces is killed by Asander, who seizes control of Bosporus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.15 ndrian war, or that this Pharnaces, whoever he may be, wou
Joseph:AJ_14.53 dead, and was slain by his son Pharnaces. [4.] & [54] Now
Plut:Mor_206 After he routed Pharnaces of Pontus at the first assaul

  Pharnaces 3   - father of Artabazus, 5th century B.C.
Polyaen_07.33.3 Artabazus, the son of Pharnaces, escaped from Plataea,

  Pharnaces   - in documents
CIL_1.1332 To Titus Luscius Pharnaces, freedman of Titus; an
THI_27 (c. 200)   Hyperberetaios.   To Pharnakes, might he be he


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