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Persian satraps. Ariobarzanes of Phrygia (fl. 407 BC – 362 BC), Persian satrap of Phrygia who led an unsuccessful revolt against the King Artaxerxes II

Ariobarzanes (2) - Livius

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Portrait of an Iranian. Ariobarzanes is best known as the satrap of Persis who was almost able to defeat the Macedonian conqueror Alexander the Great at the Persian ...

ARIOBARZANES – Encyclopaedia Iranica

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ARIOBARZANES, Greek form of an Old Iranian proper name *Ārya-bṛzāna-, perhaps signifying “exalting the Aryans;” the Old Persian form is seen in Elamite Har-ri ...

Ariobarzanes I of Media Atropatene - Wikipedia, the free ...

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Ariobarzanes I of Media Atropatene, [1] also known as Ariobarzanes I of Media, [2] Ariobarzanes of Atropatene, [3] Ariobarzanes I [4] and Ariobarzanes [5] (flourished ...

Ariobarzanes of Persis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Ariobarzanes (in Ancient Greek: Ἀριοβαρζάνης also spelled as Ario Barzan or Aryo Barzan (meaning "exalting the Aryans"); died 330 BC), [1] also known as ...

Ariobarzanes I AR Drachm Cappadocia Supported BY Rome ...

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ARIOBARZANES I. Ariobarzanes I, named Philoromaios (lover of Rome), was the king of Cappadocia from 93 BC to 62 BC. The Cappadocians, supported by Rome against ...

Ariobarzanes (1) - Livius

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Portrait of an Iranian. Ariobarzanes was the son of a Persian nobleman named Pharnabazus II, who was satrap of Hellespontine Phrygia, i.e., the northwest of what is ...

Ariobarzanes | satrap of Phrygia | Britannica.com

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Ariobarzanes, (died c. 360 bc), Persian satrap (provincial governor) of Phrygia after about 387. The son of a nobleman, he cultivated the friendship of Athens and ...

Cappadocia, Kings, Ariobarzanes I - Ancient Greek Coins ...

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Ariobarzanes I Philoromaeus, King of Cappadocia. 95-62 BC. Eusebeia mint. ... Diademed head of Ariobarzanes right / BASILEWS ARIOBARZANOU FILORWMAIOU, ...

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ARIOBARZANES, the name of three ancient kings or satraps of Pontus, and of three kings of Cappadocia and a Persian satrap. Of the Pontic rulers two are ...