Pharnabazus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the Persian satrap of Phrygia, late 5th cenutry B.C.
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when he was staying with Pharnabazus, he put on a Persian
ier get access to & The satrap Pharnabazus. But at present
verwhelmed by the treachery of Pharnabazus. And we ourselv
& Mindarus and Pharnabazus, the leaders of the Lacedae
satraps of Artaxerxes, Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, supp
mention what was done by Pharnabazus, satrap of the king. **
took refuge in Asia with Pharnabazus, whom he so captivated by
Pharnabazus therefore sent Susamithres and Bagaeus
So he went to Pharnabazus, satrap of Ionia and
sent to the king by Pharnabazus and as soon as he
which he had received from Pharnabazus.
would have to fight against Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, two of the
armaments provided by Pharnabazus to inflict an overwhe
sing the armaments provided by Pharnabazus. & [followed
from landing by the army of Pharnabazus. Meanwhile Alci
had been sent to assist Pharnabazus, advised the Persian
been defeated and killed by Pharnabazus. Lest the army
made war against Egypt with Pharnabazus. Because there
ersed outside the city.  & Pharnabazus. The Lacedaemon
usband, with the assistance of Pharnabazus. She always wen
- a Persian satrap, who fought against Alexander, 4th century B.C.
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Barsine the daughter of Pharnabazus, and Alexander the
eign horse, commanded by Pharnabazus the son of Artabazus,
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