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  Paphlagonia

District in Asia Minor, lying along the Black Sea between Bithynia and Pontus, its borders delimited according to Strabo's Geography by the river Parthenius in the west and by the Halys in the east. The coastal area was dominated by Greek city-states such as Sinope; while the Paphlagonians (possibly of Semitic, Phrygian or Paleo-Anatolian origin) proper hailed primarily from the mountaineous interior. The Paphlagonians are believed to have been descended from the Gasgans, a tribe of Zagros highlanders that attacked the Hittite and later the Assyrian empire.

  • TANTALID
  • Pelops (son of Tantalus of Phrygia).................c. 1300 ?
  • Riphath
  • ??
  • Pylaemenes I.......................................mid 1200's BCE
  • ??
  • To Phrygia.....................................c. 1000-695
  • Overrun by Cimmerians..............................695-626
  • To Lydia...........................................626-546
  • To Persia..........................................546-334
    • Corylas........................................c. 400
    • Cotys.........................................fl. 390's
    • Thuys.........................................fl. 380ís
    • ?
    • Datames (of Cappadocia)...................fl. 364-362
    • Sysinas...................................fl. 362-353
    • ?
    • Arsites.................................fl. 330's-334
  • To Macedon.........................................334-323
    • Eumenes the Macedonian............................320's
  • Independent........................................323-306
  • To the Kingdom of Antigonos........................306-301
  • Independent........................................301-mid 180's
  • To Pontus....................................mid 180's-170
    • Celtic (Galatian) dynasty
    • Morzios I.................................fl. 189-179 with
    • Gaizatorix....................................fl. 182/1
  • Morzios II......................................c. 179-c. 150
  • Pylaemenes I (or II)............................c. 150-130ís
  • Pylaemenes II (or III) Euergetes...................fl. 130's
  • Astreodon.........................................late 100's
  • To Bithynia........................................108-90's
  • To Pontus...........................................89-84
  • Attalus..........................................c. 90-c. 70 with...
  • Pylaemenes III (or IV)
  • To Pontus...........................................74-65
  • To Roman Republic...................................65-27
    • Brogitarius the Galatian.......................63-39
    • Kastorus.......................................39-36
  • To RomanEmpire.................................27 BCE-395 CE
    • Deiotarus Philadelphus.........................31-5 BCE with...
    • Deiotarus Philopater...........................31-27
    • Pylaemenes IV (or V)
  • To the Byzantine Empire............................395-1071
  • To the Seljuqs....................................1071-1098
  • To the Byzantine Empire...........................1098-1204
  • To Trebizond......................................1204-1214
  • To the Rum Seljuqs................................1214-1243
  • To the Persian Il-Khans...........................1243-1292
  • To the Jandar Oghullari (see Sinope)..............1292-1393
  • To the Ottomans...................................1393-1402
  • To the Jandar Oghullari...........................1402-1462
  • To the Ottomans, and Turkey, thereafter...
  

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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