Author(s): Babür Mehmet AKARSU
Upon the death of the King of Kappadokia Ariarathes V Eusebes Philopator while he was suppressing the Aristonikos Revolt in 129 BC his wife, Queen Nysa, ascended to the Kappadokia throne. In the year of 120 BC after the death of the King of Pontos Mithridates V Euergetes, his wife the Queen Laodike, who was the daughter of Antiokhos IV Epiphanes-the King of Seleukos, took over the management of the Kingdom. In Anatolia in the 2nd century BC, during the power of Queen of Kappadokia Nysa and the Queen of Pontos Laodike in the areas of their reign, the management, the fights for the throne, their sacrifices for the sake of their sympathy for Rome damaged the politics of Kappadokia and Pontos Kingdom to a great extent.
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