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Ξέρξης), a son of Mithridates, who fell into the hands of Pompey in consequence of the insurrection of the town of Phanagoria, where he with several of his brothers had been placed for security, B. C. 64. He afterwards adorned Pompey's triumph at Rome. (Appian, Mithr. 108, 117.

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