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Armenian-Parthian War

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  1. refers to when the armies of Tigranes the Great victoriously entered Northern Mesopotamia and the kingdoms of Osroene and Atropatene pledged their loyalty and support to Tigranes the Great

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 14, 2009
  2. The kingdoms of Osroyene and Atropatene pledged their loyalty and support to Tigranes the Great

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  3. 87 to 85 BCE

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  4. ParthianCataphract
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  5. Many rulers and kings labeled Tigranes, the great "Kings of Kings" because of his wealth and power

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