Mithridates VI


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Mithridates VI:

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(Mithradates Eupator) , c.131 B.C.–63 B.C., king of Pontus, sometimes called Mithradates the Great. He extended his empire until, in addition to Pontus, he held Cappadocia, Paphlagonia, and the Black Sea coast beyond the Caucasus.
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Mithridates VI

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called the Great. ?132--63 bc, king of Pontus (?120--63). He waged three wars against Rome (88--84; 83--81; 74--64) and was finally defeated by Pompey: committed suicide
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The next problem is the participation of Celts in the army of Mithridates VI.
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