[ yoo-men-eez ]
/ yuˈmɛn iz /
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king of Pergamum. 263–241 b.c.
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How to use Eumenes I in a sentence
He therefore urged the Achaeans not only to decline the offer, but to hold Eumenes in detestation for thinking of making it.
It was Eumenes that offered money now; presently it would be Prusias; and then Seleucus.
Those that had been tributary to Attalus they ordered to pay the same tribute to his successor Eumenes.
Plutarch says, that under Eumenes there was a library at Pergamus which contained two hundred thousand books.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
Incited by this example, Eumenes, King of Pergamus, established out of rivalry a similar library in his metropolis.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)|John William Draper