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  Pontus   - a country on the north-east coast of Anatolia
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265/16 Mithridates I of Pontus greatly expands his kingdom during his long
250/12 The death of Ariobarzanes of Pontus, who is succeeded by his son Mith
249/6 the territory of Mithridates of Pontus, and of his ally Heracleia.
221/5 Antiochus marries Laodice, the daughter of Mithridates of Pontus.
155/7a a treaty between the city of Chersonesus and Pharnaces of Pontus.
115/4a Gordius, allegedly at the instigation of Mithridates of Pontus.
113/14 trabo, moves from Cnossus to Pontus at the invitation of Mithridates.
95/11 Parthians, and enters into negotiations with Mithridates of Pontus.
89/15 Nicomedes invades Pontus, with the support of the Roman envoys.
86/32 Mithridates forcibly transports the inhabitants of Chios to Pontus.
85/13 Philetaerus is convicted of attempting to start a revolt in Pontus.
82/19 Murena invades Pontus, ignoring instructions brought from Rome by Cal
72/26 by sea from Nicomedeia to Pontus, but many of his ships are destro
72/53 Lucullus invades Pontus.
70/12 nexpectedly off the coast of Pontus, and defeats the navy of Heraclei
68/7 Lucullus' garrisons in Pontus start to mutiny.
68/16 Mithridates re-enters Pontus and wins support against the Romans.
67/3 is appointed to take over Lucullus' command in Bithynia and Pontus.
67/12 defeat on the Roman army in Pontus, commanded by Triarius, at Zela.
67/22 Lucullus returns to Pontus to face Mithridates, but his troops refuse
67/31 issioners arrive to organise Pontus into a province, but find the cou
65/17 detachment from Pompeius' army, on the way from Colchis to Pontus.
64/8 Pompeius organises Pontus as a Roman province.
63/67 Pompeius returns towards Rome via Pontus.
58/70 .Piso leaves the province of Pontus, where he is quaestor, to help
48/75 harnaces defeats Calvinus at Nicopolis, and gains control of Pontus.
47/18 Pharnaces captures Amisus and wins over the rest of Pontus.
46/59 four triumphs on separate days, over Gaul, Egypt, Pontus and Africa.
36/3 ibutes the territory of the kings in Cappadocia, Pontus and Cilicia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_12   en', wishing to be mistress of Pontus. Mithridates describ
Aelian:Fr_86   Suda_K'1714 & & Clearchus of Pontus. [87] & {90 DF} &
Aelian:NA_5.4   porpoise frequents Pontus and the sea round about, and rar
Aelian:NA_5.27   of Myndus says that in Pontus the flocks grow fat upon
Aelian:NA_5.42   rmed that at Trapezus in Pontus honey is obtained from box
Aelian:NA_6.24   that foxes hunt bustards in Pontus. They reverse themse
Aelian:NA_6.41   the inhabitants of Pontus say that the mice there do the
Aelian:NA_7.46   & Mithridates of Pontus* when asleep was unwilling to
Aelian:NA_9.20   hich occurs in the river Pontus (it is in the territory
Aelian:NA_11.29   say that the sheep of Pontus have no gall-bladder, wher
Apollod:Fr_82   US] The (?) ten kings of Pontus ruled for (?) 218 years,
Athen_2.51   from Cerasus, a city of Pontus; and he it was who gave
Athen_5.213   aeotis, and the whole of Pontus, so that his dominions are
Athen_6.257   Leucon, the tyrant of Pontus, was a different kind of
Athen_6.273   to us by Chamaeleon of Pontus, in his book on Pleasure,
Athen_6.275   jar of pickled fish from Pontus for three hundred drachmae
Athen_8.349   ratonicus once had sailed & To Pontus, to see king Berisad
Athen_8.351   aid, "that the people of Pontus had come out of a great
Athen_10.415   Mithridates, the king of Pontus, once proposed a contest
Athen_12.512   [5.]   But Heracleides of Pontus, in his treatise on Pleasure,
Athen_12.523   Heracleides of Pontus, in the second book of
Athen_12.533   [46.]   And Chamaeleon of Pontus, in his essay on Anacreon,
Athen_14.624   [624] as Chamaeleon of Pontus relates, ''who was a most
Athen_14.634   ngine, and that Heracleides of Pontus was the original inv
Athen_15.701   as for what Heracleides of Pontus says, that is clearly a
Cic:Acad_2.2   carrying on the war in Pontus. ** But intellectual gifts that
CIL_11.1832   iumph over Mithridates king of Pontus and Tigranes
Diod_37.2   to Mithridates king of Pontus, who had then an excellent
Diod_40.4   ected Paphlagonia, Pontus, Armenia and Achaia, also Iberia
ExcBarb_33B   ructed Leon to rule over Pontus He appointed Eumenes [?
FastTr_p108   proconsul, & [from Asia, Pontus, Armenia, Paphla]gonia,
Festus:Brev_3   to provinces. All Pontus, Armenia Major, all Oriens, with
Festus:Brev_11   of a province. Pontus, after Mithridates, King of Pont
Festus:Brev_15   been deprived of the rule of Pontus. The same man, with
GranLic_25   day the soldiers from Pontus were routed and the son
GranLic_27   like a slave, and set off for Pontus with the rest of his
Joseph:AJ_14.53   tain persons came out of Pontus, and informed Pompeius,
Julian:Mis_362   village on the borders of the Pontus. Your city possesses
Just_1.1   of whom advanced into Pontus, and the other as far as
Just_2.4   that the "coast of the Pontus, and Asia, had been conque
Just_12.2   been left governor of Pontus by Alexander the Great,
Just_16.3   ant a colony in the country of Pontus, dedicated to Hercul
Just_32.4   first ridiculous to the Pontic soldiers, that the enemy
Just_37.1   nicus; to Mithridates of Pontus was allotted Greater Phryg
Just_37.3   ces, he made himself master of Pontus, and afterwards of
Just_38.7   ppadocia or Paphlagonia, Pontus or Bithynia, or the Greate
Just_40.1   ould take Mithridates of Pontus, others Ptolemy of Egyp
Lucian:Macr_13   thridates, king of Pontus, called the Founder, exiled by
Memn_7   Phrygia and the upper parts of Pontus. He carried out his
Memn_33   fleet to confront the Pontic triremes which, as has bee
Memn_38   banquet, and sent hime back to Pontus with 10,000 cavalrym
Memn_20-29 *   ved in the upper part of Pontus, wanting to have access
Nepos_23.10   the Carthaginian joined Prusias in Pontus. ** At his court he
Oros_3.18   4 Zopyrion, the prefect of Pontus, assembled an army of thirty
Oros_5.10   of Bithynia, Mithridates of Pontus and Armenia, Ariarathes of
Oros_6.2     Mithridates, the king of Pontus and Armenia, now strove to
Oros_6.16   Syria and conquered Pharnaces in Pontus.
Oros_7.22   of the Goths ruined Greece, Pontus, and Asia; Dacia beyond the
Oros_7.24   but he was slain in Pontus within six months. After him
Phld:Sto_76   Lycon of Bithynia, Pausanias of Pontus, Timocles of Cnossus or of
Plin:HN_37.127   in morning light. Those from Pontus are betrayed by their light
Plin:HN_37.130   there is the 'paederos' from Pontus, which has a weaker lustre,
Plin:HN_37.179   or 'loved-by-all.' [179] The Pontic stone occurs in several
Plinius:Ep_10.21   prefect of the coast of Pontus, has come to me in a most
Plinius:Ep_10.75   named Julius Largus, of Pontus, whom I had never seen or
Plinius:Ep_10.108   cities of Bithynia and Pontus to possess in getting in
Plinius:Ep_10.109   cities of Bithynia and Pontus, in getting in moneys whic
Plinius:Ep_10.112   in use in Bithynia and Pontus, does not make it compulso
Plinius:Ep_10.86a   prefect of the coast of Pontus, as an upright, honest,
Plut:Demetr_4   ounded the family of the Pontic kings, which continued thr
Plut:Mor_183   understanding, fled into Pontus and there reigned until
Plut:Mor_206   he routed Pharnaces of Pontus at the first assault, he
Polyaen_5.23.1   eudosia, a city of Pontus, was besieged by the neighbourin
Polyaen_7.37.1   aerisades, king of Pontus, used three distinct outfits of
Porph:Fr_41   . . in Asia and Pontus and the other provinces of that
POxy_1380   Pergamon mistress ; in Pontus immaculate ; in Italy love
Schol:Bob_95   and condemned. Then he went to Pontus, and joined to Mithr
SEG_47.1125   (90/89)   stile towards the king of Pontus. In this situation
SEG_55.855   (78/77)   Gods; in year 220 {of the Pontic Era}.

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SEG_55.855   (78/77)   Gods; in year 220 {of the Pontic Era}.

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SEG_55.855   (78/77)   Gods; in year 220 {of the Pontic Era}.
ValMax_9.13.1   say that he deserved Pontic punishment, more than Roman


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