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 Mithridates VI of Pontus Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography
Mithridates VI of Pontus, (132 BC- 63 BC), called Eupator Dionysius, was the king of Pontus in Asia Minor and one of Rome's most formidable and successful enemies.
Mithridates was the son of Mithridates V of Pontus, called Euergetes.
The second legend is that Mithridates sought to harden himself against poisoning by taking increasing sub-lethal doses of the poisons he knew of until he was able to tolerate lethal doses.
www.stardustmemories.com /encyclopedia/Mithridates_VI_of_Pontus   (699 words)

  
 Roman Emperors - DIR Festus
Mithridates VI Eupator Dionysus, III.3; XI.3,4; XV.3; XVI.1.
Mithridates, with his wife and two companions, fled to the Bosphorus and when, in desperation of his affairs, he drank poison, and when the poison.s strength did not prove sufficient, he commanded that he be run through with a sword by one of his own soldiers.
Pontus, after Mithridates, King of Pontus, had been conquered by Pompey, received the form of a province.
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 Mithridates
The Foreign Policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus by B.C. McGing (Mnemosyne Ser.: Suppl.89)
Portrait head of Mithradates VI Eupator of Pontus as Herakles (from Perseus Project).
Your name of Mithridates has created a most expressive nature, idealistic and inspirational, driven with a strong inner urge to be of service in some way that would uplift humanity as a whole.
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 The influence of primitive medicine
The empiricists excelled in surgery and pharmacology; a royal student of empiricism, Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, developed the concept of inducing tolerance of poisons by the administration of gradually increased dosages.
It is with the rise of Greece that empirico-rationalism spreads, and the holistic approach to healing begins to fade.
The followers of these men divided into many contending sects; the most notable were the empiricists, who based their doctrine on experience gained by trial and error.
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 Find in a Library: The foreign policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus
The foreign policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus
Subjects: Mithridates -- VI Eupator, -- King of Pontus, -- ca.
Find in a Library: The foreign policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus
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 Mithradates VI and Rome
Mithradates VI Mithradates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, was by ancestry a Persian noble.
Mithradates VI Eupator Dionysus escaped from his mother's tutelage and went into hiding, returning after a number of years to take over Sinope (the capital).
He was murdered in 120, possibly by family members, and his wife Laodice became regent for his young children Eupator [Mithradates VI] and Chrestus.
www.uvm.edu /~bsaylor/rome/mithridates.html   (1062 words)

  
 Mithridates VI and Rome
Mithridates VI Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, was by ancestry a Persian noble.
Mithridates VI Eupator Dionysus escaped from his mother's tutelage and went into hiding, returning after a number of years to take over Sinope (the capital).
He was murdered in 120, possibly by family members, and his wife Laodice became regent for his young children Eupator [Mithridates VI] and Chrestus.
www.uvm.edu /~bsaylor/rome/mithridates.html   (1062 words)

  
 Mithridates
The Foreign Policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus by B.C. McGing (Mnemosyne Ser.: Suppl.89)
Portrait head of Mithradates VI Eupator of Pontus as Herakles (from Perseus Project).
Your name of Mithridates has created a most expressive nature, idealistic and inspirational, driven with a strong inner urge to be of service in some way that would uplift humanity as a whole.
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 Hist5
A third war broke out when Nicomedes III, the king of Bithynia (to the east of Pontus) bequeathed his kingdom to Romans, who organized it into a province; Mithridates VI Eupator, the king of Pontus, however, also coveted the territory, and began a campaign to take control of the former kingdom of Bithynia.
The Third Mithridatic War between Rome and the Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, breaks out when Nicomedes III, the king of Bithynia (to the east of Pontus) bequeathed his kingdom to Romans; Mithridates plans to expand his own kingdom by the incorporation of Bithynia.
In exchange for his support, Aretas III is promised the restoration of twelve cities that were taken from the Nabataeans by Alexander Jannaeus.
www.abu.nb.ca /Courses/NTIntro/InTest/Hist5.htm   (2692 words)

  
 Hist5
The Third Mithridatic War between Rome and the Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus, breaks out when Nicomedes III, the king of Bithynia (to the east of Pontus) bequeathed his kingdom to Romans; Mithridates plans to expand his own kingdom by the incorporation of Bithynia.
A third war broke out when Nicomedes III, the king of Bithynia (to the east of Pontus) bequeathed his kingdom to Romans, who organized it into a province; Mithridates VI Eupator, the king of Pontus, however, also coveted the territory, and began a campaign to take control of the former kingdom of Bithynia.
Before he replaced Lucullus as general in charge of waging war against Mithridates, Pompey was assigned the task in ridding the Mediterranean of pirates, which he succeeded in dong in 67 BCE.
www.abu.nb.ca /Courses/NTIntro/InTest/Hist5.htm   (2692 words)

  
 Mithridates VI of Pontus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mithridates VI, (132 BC–63 BC), called Eupator Dionysius, also known as Mithridates the Great, was the King of Pontus from 120 BC to 63 BC in Asia Minor and one of Rome's most formidable and successful enemies, meeting and engaging three of the most successful generals of the late Republic.
A town in Crimea, Ukraine, Eupatoria is presently named after Mithridates VI.
Mithridates VI was the son of Mithridates V of Pontus (150 BC–120 BC), called Euergetes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mithridates_VI_of_Pontus   (718 words)

  
 Jere's Ars Magica Saga: Mithradites VI Eupator
Mithridates defeated Marcus Aurelius Cotta at Chalcedon in seventy-four but was expelled from his own kingdom by Lucullus, and took refuge with his son-in-law Tigranes, king of Armenia.
Mithridates fled to Panticapaeum (modern Kerch in the Crimea), and was planning a new campaign when his troops revolted.
It is interesting to note that certain of Mithridates' officers were in command of the Cilician pirates, who according to Plutarch (Life of Pompey, 24, 7), were the first to celebrate the mysteries of Mithras.
www.geocities.com /TimesSquare/Labyrinth/2398/bginfo/history/mith.html   (1093 words)

  
 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 1096 (v. 2)
mithridates VI., surnamed eupator, and also dionysus, but more commonly known by the name of the great (a title which is not, how­ever, bestowed on him by any ancient historian), was the son and successor of the preceding.
mithridates V., surnamed euergetes, was the son of Pharnaces I., and grandson of the pre­ceding.
He is said to have established himself in the possession of the sovereign power by the death of his mother, to whom a share in the royal authority had been left by Mithridates Euergetes ; and this was fol­lowed by the assassination of his brother.
www.ancientlibrary.com /smith-bio/2204.html   (810 words)

  
 Mithridates VI Eupator of Pontus,
Mithridates was again forced to flee to Armenia, but this time, his ally was unable to help him.
Mithridates' general Archelaus managed to escape and joined the army that had been operating in the north, which had by now reached Thessaly.
In the summer, Mithridates was invited by the Athenians to liberate them from the Romans, and he sent his armies across the Aegean.
www.livius.org /mi-mn/mithridates/mithridates.htm   (2133 words)

  
 Mithridates
The Foreign Policy of Mithridates VI Eupator, King of Pontus by B.C. McGing (Mnemosyne Ser.: Suppl.89)
Your name of Mithridates has created a most expressive nature, idealistic and inspirational, driven with a strong inner urge to be of service in some way that would uplift humanity as a whole.
Sound: "Mithridates" pronounced by experts from the Classics Technology Center, who have a brief encyclopedia-type entry.
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 Mithridates VI of Pontus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mithridates VI of Pontus, (132 BC- 63 BC), called Eupator Dionysius, was the king of Pontus in Asia Minor and one of Rome's most formidable and successful enemies.
Mithridates was the son of Mithridates V of Pontus, called Euergetes.
The second legend is that Mithridates sought to harden himself against poisoning by taking increasing sub-lethal doses of the poisons he knew of until he was able to tolerate lethal doses.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mithridates_VI_of_Pontus   (508 words)

  
 Jere's Ars Magica Saga: Mithradites VI Eupator
Mithridates defeated Marcus Aurelius Cotta at Chalcedon in seventy-four but was expelled from his own kingdom by Lucullus, and took refuge with his son-in-law Tigranes, king of Armenia.
Mithridates fled to Panticapaeum (modern Kerch in the Crimea), and was planning a new campaign when his troops revolted.
It is interesting to note that certain of Mithridates' officers were in command of the Cilician pirates, who according to Plutarch (Life of Pompey, 24, 7), were the first to celebrate the mysteries of Mithras.
www.geocities.com /TimesSquare/Labyrinth/2398/bginfo/history/mith.html   (1093 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Ancient Rome
While Rome fought against the Italians, the cities of Asia rebelled and joined with King Mithridates VI Eupator of Pontus (in what is now Turkey) in killing 80,000 Roman and Italian traders and tax collectors.
Cato was honored by sentimental supporters of the republic as “the last of the Romans.” With hindsight, he seems more clearly a man who helped to bring about the destruction of the republic he professed to hold so dear.
Lucius Cornelius Sulla was an impoverished Roman aristocrat who had distinguished himself in the Social War and hoped to make his fortune through an overseas command.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761552589_4/Ancient_Rome.html   (1093 words)

  
 Asia
Mithridates IV Eupator, King of Pontus, had been building up his power in eastern Asia minor, having taken control of Paphlagonia, Cappadocia and the Crimea (Chersonesus Taurica).
Mithridates, realizing that he was not ready yet to face the full fury of the Roman legions, decided not to press his luck, and a hasty peace was made.
Mithridates fancied himself a messiah of Asia, exploiting popular beliefs and prophecies that a wise ruler would rise from the east to break the power of Rome.
www.youngstranger.com /history/roman/asia.html   (510 words)

  
 Mithridates VI Eupator of Pontus,
Mithridates VI was surnamed Eupator and Dionysus to distinguish him from his father, Mithridates V Euergetes, who been king of Pontus (northern Turkey) between 152/151 and 120.
Mithridates was again forced to flee to Armenia, but this time, his ally was unable to help him.
The conflict with Rome that was to last for the rest of Mithridates' life became inevitable in 94, when Nicomedes III of Bithynia died and was succeeded by Nicomedes IV Philopator.
www.livius.org /mi-mn/mithridates/mithridates.htm   (2133 words)

  
 generation 15 ('stamoudgrootouders')
Mithridates V [VI] Eupator Dionysus, king of Pontus 120-63, assassinated –63
Mithridates I, king of Pontus 302-266, the nephew or cousin of Mithridates of Cius
Stateira, queen of Persia, born –440, died –400, daughter of Hydarnes III, satrap of Armenia 425-424 under Darius Nochus, born –480, died ±-405, son of Hydarnes II of Persia, born –520, died 11-480, son of Hydarnes I of Persia, born –555, died -±522, son of Megabignes of Persia
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 Butterfly Pavilion : Horticulture
The name is in honor of Mithridates IV Eupator (132 — 63 B.C.), King of Pontus, who was credited with discovering that one of the species was an antidote for poison.
www.butterflies.org /hortcltr3.cfm?plantID=71   (154 words)

  
 generation 15 ('stamoudgrootouders')
Mithridates V [VI] Eupator Dionysus, king of Pontus 120-63, assassinated –63
Mithridates I, king of Pontus 302-266, the nephew or cousin of Mithridates of Cius
Mithridates I Koudjide Kartham [Mihrdat], king of Iberia circa 1 to 30, married:
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 Mithridates VI Eupator of Pontus,
Mithridates VI was surnamed Eupator and Dionysus to distinguish him from his father, Mithridates V Euergetes, who been king of Pontus (northern Turkey) between 152/151 and 120.
Mithridates was again forced to flee to Armenia, but this time, his ally was unable to help him.
The conflict with Rome that was to last for the rest of Mithridates' life became inevitable in 94, when Nicomedes III of Bithynia died and was succeeded by Nicomedes IV Philopator.
www.livius.org /mi-mn/mithridates/mithridates.htm   (2133 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - mithridate
Mithridates VI Eupator (132?-63 bc), king of Pontus, in what is now northeastern Turkey.
In about 121 bc he succeeded his father, Mithridates V, and...
Pontus (district), ancient district in northeastern Asia Minor (in what is now Turkey) on the Black Sea, or Pontus Euxinus, from which it received...
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 User:Mithridates - Wiktionary
Mea nomo venas de la rejo Mithridates VI Eupator.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR Festus
Mithridates VI Eupator Dionysus, III.3; XI.3,4; XV.3; XVI.1.
Cyrene, together with the other cities of Lydia's Pentapolis, were obtained through the liberality of an older Ptolemy.
Thus, more avariciously than justly, did we attain jurisdiction of the island.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Mithridates VI Eupator
MSN Encarta - Search Results - Mithridates VI Eupator
Mithridates VI Eupator (132?-63 bc), king of Pontus, in what is now northeastern Turkey.
Mithridatic Wars, series of wars against the Romans instigated by Mithridates VI Eupator, king of Pontus between 88 and 66 bc.
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 Mithridates V Euergetes King of Pontus
- - Mithridates VI Eupator Dionysos King of Pontus
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 ONLIPIX - Great names pictures : MIT
MITHRIDATES VI (son of MITHRIDATES and LAODICE II, king of Pontus, aka 'Eupator')(132-63 B.C.)
MITHRIDATES III (son of PHRAATES III, king of Parthia from 57 to 54 B.C)
MITHRIDATES II (king of Parthia from 123 to 88 B.C)
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