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  Mithridates
Mithridates II of Parthia (110 - 87 BC)
Mithridates III of Parthia[?] (58 - 57 BC)
Mithridates VI of Pontus[?] (120 - 63 BC)
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  mithridates - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Mithridates III of Parthia (58 - 57 BC)
Mithridates VI of Pontus (120 - 63 BC)
Also, the word mithridates was once synonymous with antidote, and mithridatism meant the practice of taking repeated low doses of a poison with the intent of building immunity to it.
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 Mithridates III of Pontus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mithridates III (in Greek Mιθριδατης) was the fourth king of Pontus, probably son of Mithridates II.
Nothing his known of him, since between the years just cited the kingdom of Pontus disappears from history.
His same existence is contested by certain historians, even if it is necessary to account for Appian's indication of Mithridates Eupator as the eighth king of the dynasty and the sixth of the name.
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 Mithridates III of Pontus
Mithridates III (in Greek Mιθριδάτης) was the fourth king of Pontus, probably son of Mithridates II.
Nothing is known of him since the years just cited, because the kingdom of Pontus disappears from history.
His same existence is contested by certain historians, even if it is necessary to account for Appian's indication of Mithridates Eupator as the eighth king of the dynasty and the sixth of the name.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Bios/MithridatesIIIOfPontus.html   (165 words)

  
 Mithridates -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Mithradates, a (A man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction) eunuch who helped (additional info and facts about Artabanus) Artabanus to assassinate (King of Persia who led a vast army against Greece and won the battle of Thermopylae but was eventually defeated (519-465 BC)) Xerxes I.
Also, the word mithridates was once synonymous with (A remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison) antidote, and mithridatism meant the practice of taking repeated low doses of a (Any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism) poison with the intent of building immunity to it.
These meanings were inspired by legends about (additional info and facts about Mithridates VI of Pontus) Mithridates VI of Pontus.
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 Jere's Ars Magica Saga: Mithradites VI Eupator
King of Pontus (120-63 B.C.E.), born 132 B.C.E.; died 63 B.C.E. He succeeded his father at the age of eleven, but his mother made so many attempts to have him slain that he fled to the mountains and lived as a hunter until he felt strong enough to overcome his enemies.
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.
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This name was borne by a large number of kings, soldiers and statesmen in Asia Minor.
The earliest are Mithradates, the eunuch who helped Artabanus to assassinate Xerxes I and the Mithradates who fought first with Cyrus the Younger and after his death with Artaxerxes against the Greeks, and is the ancestor of the kings of Pontus.
After legends about Mithridates VI of Pontus, several books containing samples of various languages bore the title Mithridates and the practice of having underdoses of poison aiming to gain immunity is known as mithridatism.
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 MITHRADATES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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.
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 Business Software Review : Article 'Laodice'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Laodice I Princess of Syria is the daughter of Laodice I Queen of Syria, she is also the mother of Laodice III Princess of Pontus.
Laodice I Queen of Syria is the daughter of Dght of Alexander III Princess of Syria, she is the mother of Laodice I Princess of Syria/ Laodice I became the queen of syria after her mothers death.
Laodice III Princess of Pontus was the wife of Antiochus III and is presumed to be the mother of Cleopatra I Princess of Syria.
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 Mithridates - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mithridates of Persia, a son-in-law of Darius III
Mithridates IV of Parthia (AD Mithridates I of Kios
Mithridates of Armenia (AD Also, the word mithridates was once synonymous with antidote, and mithridatism meant the practice of taking repeated low doses of a poison with the intent of building immunity to it.
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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.
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.
The king of Pontus surrendered a part of his fleet, evacuated all conquered territories, and was forced to pay a moderate indemnity of a mere 2,000 talents.
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 generation 15 ('stamoudgrootouders')
Mithridates I Koudjide Kartham [Mihrdat], king of Iberia circa 1 to 30, married:
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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 generation 15 ('stamoudgrootouders')
Mithridates [Mithridata, Meherdates], king of Armenia circa 72 – 76, born circa 45, died circa 76, married:
Mithridates I Callinicus, king of Commagene circa 96–70/69, died -63, married:
Menon III of Pharsalus, born –425, died -400
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 Sketches in the History of Western Philosophy
Antiochus III has come to the throne, but he has not yet engaged in the campaigns that will earn him the epithet "the Great." Nor has he encountered the misfortune, the Romans, that will turn his achievements to nought.
Antiochus III stopped this process and began to reverse it, marching to India and wresting Palestine from the Ptolemies, but then had the misfortune to become the first Seleucid to clash with Rome.
The small states of Armenia, Pontus, Bithynia, Pergamum, Cappadocia, Galatia, Commagene, and Caria testify to the ethnic complexity of Asia Minor.
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Mithridates III of Pontus (220 - 185 BC)
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 SCC Forums -> New King of Pontus Josephus Mithridates VIII
Our King of Pontus has died of a weird lung disease and will now be replaced by Governor Josephus Mithridates VIII.
By the looks of his diplomatic skills, The next king of Pontus will be embroiled by war and cut down as he flees the feild.
I, the King of Pontus does not take kindly to you disrespecting Armenia and their Eastern Horsemen Pact.
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 List of Kings of Pontus - TheBestLinks.com - Anatolia, Mithridates VI of Pontus, Pharnaces II of Pontus, Mithridates ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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List of Kings of Pontus, Anatolia, Pontus, Mithridates VI of Pontus, Pharnaces...
This page lists Kings of Pontus, an ancient kingdom in Anatolia.
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 Mithridates - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mithridates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Here you will find more informations about Mithridates.
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*Mithradates, a eunuch who helped Artabanus to assassinate Xerxes I. *Mithradates, who fought first with Cyrus the Younger and after his death with Artaxerxes against the Greeks, and is the ancestor of the kings of Pontus.
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Laodice I Princess of Syria is the daughter of Laodice I Queen of Syria, she is also the mother of Laodice III Pri...
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 Mithridates » Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The name of the island itself, meaning “little one” dates from Roman times and contrasts with Mallorca, “big one.” The Phoenicians had referred to it as Nura, the island of Fire, and the Greeks as Meloussa, the island of Cattle.
Last night I was reading about the Battle of the Boyne, at which William III defeated the deposed James II in 1690 in Ireland.
Accordingly, I thought I would offer an assortment of Irish links.
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