Rhodes and the Bosporus. A contribution to the discussion
An inscription dated to the reign of King Pairisades II (284/3-ca 245 BC), the son of King Spartocus III (304/3-284/3 BC) and carved on the base of a monument aroused great interest, becoming the main argument in the discussion about the relationship between Rhodes and the Bosporan state in the 3rd c. BC.
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Mielczarek, M. (2023). Rhodes and the Bosporus. A contribution to the discussion. EULIMENE, 22, 113–120. https://doi.org/10.12681/eul.34057
- EULIMENE 22 (2021)
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