Category:Attalus I

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Internationalization
Français : Attale Ier


English: Attalus I "Soter" (Greek: "Savior"; 269 BC – 197 BC) ruled Pergamon (a Greek polis in what is now Turkey) from 241 BC to 197 BC. He was the second cousin and the adoptive son of Eumenes I.
Français : Attale Ier Sôter (en grec ancien "le Sauveur" ; 269-197 av. J.-C.) régna sur Pergame, cité grecque située dans l'actuelle Turquie, entre 241 et 197 av. J.-C. C'était le second cousin et le fils adoptif d'Euménès Ier.


Attalus I 
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Greek dynast and king of Pergamon
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Date of birth269 BC
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Date of death197 BC
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Pergamon
Occupation
Noble title
Family
Father
  • Attalus of Pergamum
Mother
  • Antiochis
Child
Award received
  • Q23906282 (276 BCE)
Authority control
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