Asander

(from the article `ancient Rome`) ...as the desirable frontier with Mesopotamia. Farther north, however, no such natural line existed. North of the Black Sea the client kingdom of the ...
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Asander

[Bosporan king] Asander named Philocaesar Philoromaios (Άσανδρoς Φιλοκαισαρ Φιλορώμαίος, Asander, lover of Caesar lover of Rome, 110 BC – 17 BC) was an aristocrat and a man of high rank of the Bosporan Kingdom. Asander was of Greek and possibly of Persian ancestry. There is not much is known on his family and e...
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Asander

Asander (in Greek Άσανδρoς; lived 4th century BC) was the son of Philotas and brother of Agathon. Alexander the Great (336–323 BC) appointed him in 334 BC governor of Lydia and the other parts of the satrapy of Spithridates, and also placed under his command an army strong enough to maintain the Macedonian authority.{r|arr_1.18} In the be...
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