Commagene - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a country to the north of Syria, and to the west of Armenia
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Commagene becomes independent, under the leadership of Ptolemy.
Tigranes settles Arabs in the region of Commagene and Cilicia.
Antiochus of Commagene, Alchaudonius, and other princes transfer thei
Pompeius forces Antiochus of Commagene into submission, and makes an
OGIS_383, the Law of Antiochus I of Commagene on Mount Nemrud.
tonius besieges Antiochus of Commagene at Samosata, but eventually
Phraates kills Antiochus of Commagene.
the river Euphrates, and Commagene, and the Assyrians in
ochus the king of Syria, Commagene, and Judaea in two batt
Samos, Thrace, Cilicia, and Commagene were for the first
is Samosata the capital of Commagene.
At Cingilla the territory of Commagene ends and state of the
the part bordering on Commagene Cataonia, that on Phrygia
side Lesser and Greater and Commagene and on its right all
of the mountain sloping towards Commagene, is adjoined, as we have
the direction of Cilicia and Commagene, many of the Arabian races
and the grease of the Commagene goose. We must not forget
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