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Mith·ri·da·tes VI(mĭth′rĭ-dā′tēz) Known as "Mithridates the Great." 132?-63 bc.
King of Pontus (120-63) who expanded the kingdom through victories over the Romans during the early part of his reign but was later driven from Pontus by Pompey (66).
Mithridates VI(ˌmɪθrɪˈdeɪtiːz) or
(Biography) 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
Mith•ri•da•tes VI(ˌmɪθ rɪˈdeɪ tiz)
( “the Great” ) 132?–63 B.C., king of Pontus 120–63.