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Mithridates VI

[ mith-ri-dey-teez ]
/ ˌmɪθ rɪˈdeɪ tiz /
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noun
"the Great", 132?–63 b.c., king of Pontus 120–63.
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Also called Mith·ri·da·tes Eu·pa·tor [yoo-puh-tawr]. /ˈyu pəˌtɔr/.
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Mithridates VI

Mithradates VI

/ (ˌmɪθrɪˈdeɪtiːz) /

noun
called the Great. ?132–63 bc, king of Pontus (?120–63). He waged three wars against Rome (88–84; 83–81; 74–64) and was finally defeated by Pompey: committed suicide
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