a confection believed to contain an antidote to every poison.
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Mithridates VI or Mithradates VI from Old Persian Miθradāta, "gift of Mithra"; 135–
63 BC, also known as Mithradates the Great (Megas) and Eupator Dionysius, ...
Aug 15, 2015 ... Mithridates VI was surnamed Eupator and Dionysus to distinguish him from his
father, Mithridates V Euergetes, who had been king of Pontus ...
May 28, 2013 ... Apart from the Mithridatic Wars (88-84 BCE, 83-81 BCE, and 75-63 BCE),
Mithradates is perhaps best known as the notorious instigator of ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... Mithradates VI Eupator, in full Mithradates VI Eupator Dionysus, byname
Mithradates the Great, Mithradates also spelled Mithridates (died 63 ...
Jun 7, 2013 ... Mithridates VI, the Great King of Pontus, was the most hardcore threat to Roman
superiority since the good old days of Hannibal Barca ...
May 17, 2016 ... Mithridates (spelled also as Mithradates) VI, whose full name is Mithridates VI
Eupator Dionysius, was a famous king of Pontus, a Hellenistic ...
Overview. Mithridates VI or Mithradates VI, also known as Mithridates the Great,
was the King of Pontus in Asia Minor 120 BC to 63 BC. The ambitious ...
King of Pontus on the southern shore of the Black Sea, Mithridates VI (d. 63 BC)
concocted one of the most well-known antidotes in antiquity (possibly with the ...