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Pirateria y senores de la guerra en la Anatolia meridional en el marco del conflicto mitridatico

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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2013 - 1
titolo Pirateria y senores de la guerra en la Anatolia meridional en el marco del conflicto mitridatico
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 01-2013
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The reasons of Rome to begin his warfare against the piracy in Southern Anatolia are object of this paper; the focus is on the circumstances and consequences of P. Servilius Vatia’s campaign. The proconsul confronted diverse enemies. The case of Zenicetes, ruler of Lycia, is emphsized because he was one of the local leaders (tyrannoi) who prospered in alliance with the pirates; he was quickly defeated by Servilius Vatia. The tyrants of Olba were more successful and were officially recognized by Rome, as well as Antipater of Derbe and Tarcondimotus of Hierapolis/Kastabala, in spite of their link with piratical actions.