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Stratum plus. 2003-2004. №3

Yu. A. Vinogradov (St.-Petersburg, Russia)

Peoples in the North Black Sea Region and the Wars of Mithridatus

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Pages: 198-207

The article presents a historical review of the situation in the North Black Sea region during the blossom of the Pontus Kingdom under Mithridatus VI. It examines different aspects of relations between the Pontus and the local barbarian unions. Mithridatus’s attempt to consolidate the barbarians in the North Black Sea region must be regarded here as his main policy aimed to continue fight against Rome. Ultimately, the King of Pontus managed to form a “united Greek-barbarian block” only to exist until Mithridatus and his coalition suffered their first defeat from the Romans.


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