190s BC Deaths: 190 BC Deaths, 191 BC Deaths, 192 BC Deaths, 193 BC Deaths, 194 BC Deaths, 195 BC Deaths, 196 BC Deaths, 197 BC Deaths Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157740315

Published: June 25th 2011

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190s BC Deaths: 190 BC Deaths, 191 BC Deaths, 192 BC Deaths, 193 BC Deaths, 194 BC Deaths, 195 BC Deaths, 196 BC Deaths, 197 BC Deaths  by  Source Wikipedia

190s BC Deaths: 190 BC Deaths, 191 BC Deaths, 192 BC Deaths, 193 BC Deaths, 194 BC Deaths, 195 BC Deaths, 196 BC Deaths, 197 BC Deaths by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: 190 BC deaths, 191 BC deaths, 192 BC deaths, 193 BC deaths, 194 BC deaths, 195 BC deaths, 196 BCMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 26. Chapters: 190 BC deaths, 191 BC deaths, 192 BC deaths, 193 BC deaths, 194 BC deaths, 195 BC deaths, 196 BC deaths, 197 BC deaths, Eratosthenes, Concubine Qi, Attalus I, Emperor Gaozu of Han, Han Xin, Apollonius of Perga, Xiao He, Nabis, Cao Shen, Scopas of Aetolia, Han Xin of Han, Peng Yue, Marcus Cornelius Cethegus, Arsaces II of Parthia, Dionysodorus, Brachyllas, Alexander of Acarnania, Dicaearchus of Aetolia, Dexagoridas, Liu Taigong, Liu Ruyi. Excerpt: Attalus I (Greek: ), surnamed Soter (Greek: , Savior- 269 BC - 197 BC) ruled Pergamon, an Ionian Greek polis (what is now Bergama, Turkey), first as dynast, later as king, from 241 BC to 197 BC.

He was the second cousin and the adoptive son of Eumenes I, whom he succeeded, and was the first of the Attalid dynasty to assume the title of king in 238 BC. He was the son of Attalus and his wife Antiochis. Attalus won an important victory over the Galatians, newly arrived Celtic tribes from Thrace, who had been, for more than a generation, plundering and exacting tribute throughout most of Asia Minor without any serious check. This victory, celebrated by the triumphal monument at Pergamon (famous for its Dying Gaul) and the liberation from the Gallic terror which it represented, earned for Attalus the name of Soter, and the title of king.

A courageous and capable general and loyal ally of Rome, he played a significant role in the first and second Macedonian Wars, waged against Philip V of Macedon. He conducted numerous naval operations, harassing Macedonian interests throughout the Aegean, winning honors, collecting spoils, and gaining for Pergamon possession of the Greek islands of Aegina during the first war, and Andros during the second, twice narrowly escaping capture at the hands of Philip. Attalus was a protector of the Greek cities of Anatolia and viewed himself as...



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