MITHRIDATES I
(reigned 171 – C. 139 B.C.)
   Parthian king. He expanded the Persian control over Media (see MEDES) and conquered Mesopotamia in 141 despite fierce opposition by the Seleucid ruler Demetrios II.

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  • Mithridates I of Iberia — Mithridates I (Mihrdat) was the 1st century king of Iberia (Kartli, modern eastern Georgia) whose reign is evidenced by epigraphic material. Cyril Toumanoff suggests AD 58 106 as the years of his reign. Two inscriptions unearthed at Armazi,… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mithridates I. (Kommagene) — Mithridates I. Kallinikos, altgriechisch ο Μιθριδάτης Кαλλίνικος, († 70 v. Chr.) war ein König armenisch orontodischer[1] Abstammung, der zwischen dem 2. und 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr. lebte. Mithridates war ein Sohn und Nachfolger des König von …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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