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  Tigranes   - king of Armenia, 95-55 B.C.
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140/15 The births of Tigranes of Armenia and Tiraeus of Charax.
95/11 Tigranes establishes himself as king of Armenia after being release
91/14 Tigranes invades Cappadocia and drives out Ariobarzanes.
84/22a Tigranes of Armenia defeats the Parthians and conquers part of Meso
83/18 Tigranes invades and conquers Syria.
77/20 Tigranes invades Cappadocia with an overwhelming force.
76/15 Tigranes founds the city of Tigranocerta; many of the inhabitants
76/15a Tigranes settles Arabs in the region of Commagene and Cilicia.
72/29 Sinope, and appeals to his son Machares and to Tigranes for help
71/26 Mithridates escapes to his father-in-law Tigranes, in Armenia.
71/35 Tigranes allows Mithridates to stay in Armenia, but refuses to meet
70/8 Ap.Claudius as an envoy to Tigranes to demand the surrender of Mit
70/21 tly wins over Zarbienus and other disaffected subjects of Tigranes
70/23 Tigranes captures Ptolemais, but is soon afterwards recalled home
70/24 Ap.Claudius meets Tigranes, and bluntly warns him of the consequenc
69/11 Tigranes despises the small size of Lucullus' army, and ignores Mit
69/12 Lucullus wins an overwhelming victory over Tigranes.
69/16 Mithridates persuades Tigranes to keep on fighting against the Roma
69/17 a Selene is put to death by Tigranes, after being imprisoned at Sel
68/2 Tigranes loses control of Syria.
68/4 Tigranes and Mithridates raise another army.
68/10 off an attack by Mithridates and Tigranes near the river Arsanias
68/18 Tigranes attacks L.Fannius.
67/26 Mithridates and Tigranes invade Cappadocia, and expel Ariobarzanes
66/18 Tigranes refuses to offer refuge to Mithridates.
66/22 Tigranes faces a revolt by his son, who receives assistance from
66/29 Pompeius meets Tigranes near Artaxata, and reinstates him as king
64/7 Parthia, invades Armenia but later on agrees a truce with Tigranes
58/52 Clodius helps Tigranes, the son of king Tigranes, to escape from
55/55 Artavasdes becomes king of Armenia, after the death of Tigranes
    Within translations:
Athen_2.51 subdued Mithridates and Tigranes, was the first man who
Athen_6.274 and also after that of Tigranes, the king of Armenia,
Athen_12.543 of two kings, Mithridates and Tigranes. And Sittius, also
CIL_11.1832 Mithridates king of Pontus and Tigranes king of Arme
!Festus:Brev.14-16 were received in a war with Tigranes, King of the Armen
Joseph:AJ_* 13.419-421 * news was brought that Tigranes, the king of Armenia,
Joseph:AJ_14.29 nia, and making war with Tigranes; but when Scaurus was
Joseph:BJ_01.116 She also prevailed with Tigranes, king of Armenia, who
Joseph:BJ_01.127 when he fought against Tigranes; so Scaurus came to Dama
Joseph:BJ_01.363 led with him Artabazes, Tigranes's son, captive, as a pre
Just_38.3 menia, at this time, was Tigranes, who had long before bee
Just_38.5 that whatever Gordius or Tigranes did, was imputed to him;
Just_40.1 of all were directed to Tigranes king of Armenia, who,
Just_40.2 in things. After Tigranes was conquered by Lucullus, Ant
Lucian:Macr_15 it seven years. Tigranes, king of Armenia, with whom
Malal_211 leper, king of Syria, Tigranes the king of the Armenian
Malal_212 of Dionices heard that Tigranes, the king of the Armenia
Malal_223 Pontius, who defeated Tigranes, the local ruler of the
Memn_22 Parthians, the Medes, Tigranes the Armenian, the kings
Memn_29 Parthia and to his son-in-law Tigranes the king of Armeni
Memn_31 dius as an ambassador to Tigranes, to demand the surrender
Memn_35 tion from his son-in-law Tigranes, and he expected suffici
Memn_38 not come into the presence of Tigranes. Then Tigranes fel
Plut:Mor_203 sand horse, was to fight Tigranes and his army of a hundre
Sall:Hist_4.67 uch as the anger against Tigranes inspired in you by the

  Tigranes 2   - son of Tigranes, king of Armenia
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66/28 Tigranes' son deserts to the Romans.
66/29 without any other territories; Tigranes' son is kept as a prisoner
58/52 s Tigranes, the son of king Tigranes, to escape from custody at the

  Tigranes 3   - king of Armenia, 20-8 B.C.
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  Tigranes 5   - king of Armenia, 6-12 A.D.
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