), a fortress of the Trocmi, situated on the frontiers of Galatia and Pontus.
After the subjugation of Pontus by the Romans, Pompey took Mithridatium from Pontus, [p. 2.363]
and gave it to a Galatian prince Bogodiatarus, or Brogitarus, as he is called on coins. (Strab. xii. p.567
; Sestini, p. 129.)