Adobogiona (fl. c. 80 BC - c. 50 BC) was a Celtic princess from Anatolia. She was the daughter of king Deiotarus of Galatia and Berenice, Princess of Pergamon, probably a daughter of king Attalus III of Pergamon. Adobogiona married Brogitarus, King of Galatia, who reigned concurrently with his father-in-law. They were the parents of Amyntas of Galatia, a tetrarch of the Trocmi and king of Galatia. Adobogiona was honoured by a surviving inscription discovered on the island of Lesbos and a portrait head of her has been discovered at Pergamon.

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  • Adobogiona (fl. c. 80 BC - c. 50 BC) was a Celtic princess from Anatolia. She was the daughter of king Deiotarus of Galatia and Berenice, Princess of Pergamon, probably a daughter of king Attalus III of Pergamon. Adobogiona married Brogitarus, King of Galatia, who reigned concurrently with his father-in-law. They were the parents of Amyntas of Galatia, a tetrarch of the Trocmi and king of Galatia. Adobogiona was honoured by a surviving inscription discovered on the island of Lesbos and a portrait head of her has been discovered at Pergamon. (en)
  • Адобогиона (примерно 80 — 50 гг. до н. э.) — принцесса галатов из Анатолии. Была дочерью правителя Галатии Дейотара и сестрой Брогитара. Была замужем за патрицием из Пергама Менодоте. Избежав отравления на банкете, она стала наложницей царя Понта Митридата VI. Адобогиона родила царю сына Митридата I Боспорского и дочь Адобогиону. В честь любимой женщины правителя были созданы хвалебные надписи, найденные на острове Лесбос, а также её бюст, обнаруженный в Пергаме. (ru)
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  • Adobogiona (fl. c. 80 BC - c. 50 BC) was a Celtic princess from Anatolia. She was the daughter of king Deiotarus of Galatia and Berenice, Princess of Pergamon, probably a daughter of king Attalus III of Pergamon. Adobogiona married Brogitarus, King of Galatia, who reigned concurrently with his father-in-law. They were the parents of Amyntas of Galatia, a tetrarch of the Trocmi and king of Galatia. Adobogiona was honoured by a surviving inscription discovered on the island of Lesbos and a portrait head of her has been discovered at Pergamon. (en)
  • Адобогиона (примерно 80 — 50 гг. до н. э.) — принцесса галатов из Анатолии. Была дочерью правителя Галатии Дейотара и сестрой Брогитара. Была замужем за патрицием из Пергама Менодоте. Избежав отравления на банкете, она стала наложницей царя Понта Митридата VI. Адобогиона родила царю сына Митридата I Боспорского и дочь Адобогиону. В честь любимой женщины правителя были созданы хвалебные надписи, найденные на острове Лесбос, а также её бюст, обнаруженный в Пергаме. (ru)
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