), a daughter of Mithridates the Great, who was taken prisoner by Pompey, and served to adorn his triumph, B. C. 61 (Appian, App. Mith. 117
The name Orsobaris occurs also on a coin of the city of Prusias, in Bithynia. which bears the inscription ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΗΣ ΜΟΤΣΗΣ ΟΠΣΟΒΑΠΙΟΣ ;
and this is conjectured by Visconti (Iconogr.Grecque
, tom. ii. p. 195) to refer to the same person as the one mentioned in Appian, whom he supposes to have been married to Socrates, the usurper set up by Mithridates as king of Bithynia.