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date: 11 August 2020

Attalus III (c.170–133 bc), 

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The Oxford Classical Dictionary
Author(s):
R. M. ErringtonR. M. Errington

son of *Eumenes (2) II, last king of Pergamum (138–133), who bequeathed his kingdom to Rome. Called ‘Philometor’ (‘Mother-lover’) because of his close relationship to Stratonice, he was allegedly unpopular and had a reputation for being brutal and uninterested in public affairs, though given early experience by ... ...

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