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Herodotus, The Histories (ed. A. D. Godley) 16 0 Browse Search
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Strabo, Geography, Book 6, chapter 4 (search)
of Libya, because of his loyalty and his friendship for the Romans. And the case of Asia was like that of Libya. At the outset it was administered through the agency of kings who were subject to the Romans, but from that time on, when their line failed, as was the case with the Attalic, Syrian, Paphlagonian, Cappadocian, and Egyptian kings, or when they would revolt and afterwards be deposed, as was the case with Mithridates Eupator and the Egyptian Cleopatra, all parts of it this side the Phasis and the Euphrates, except certain parts of Arabia, have been subject to the Romans and the rulers appointed by them. As for the Armenians, and the peoples who are situated above Colchis, both AlbaniansTheir country is to be identified with what is now Chirwan and Daghestan (cp. 11. 1. 6). and Iberians,Their country is to be identified with what is now Georgia (cp. 11. 1. 6). they require the presence only of men to lead them, and are excellent subjects, but because the Romans are engrossed