Yıl 2020, Cilt 20 , Sayı , Sayfalar 61 - 78 2020-11-25

Ariobarzanes Hanedanlığı’nın Kökenleri
The Origins of the Ariobarzanid Dynasty

Luıs BALLESTEROS PASTOR [1]


Kappadokia’nın Ariobarzanid kralları, V. Araiarathes Dönemi’nden önce bilinmeyen bir dönemde akrabalık bağları kuran Pontus Mithridates Hanedanlığı’nın ve Kappadokia Ariarathes Hanedanlığı’nın bir parçasıydılar. Bu nedenle, bu aileler kökenlerini Daskyleion’un antik satraplarından, özellikle Pontos Hanedanlığı’nın yükselmesini sağlayan ve Kios’a yerleştirilmiş olan bir ailenin kolundan almaktaydılar. Bu akrabalık Appianos’un yorumlaması zor bazı pasajlarını açıklamaktadır. Böylelikle, Romalılar Ariobarzanes’i tahta getirdiklerinde, Cumhuriyet tarafından zaten iyi bilinen bir aileyi desteklemiş oluyorlardı. Bu suretle Numidia kralı Syphaks’ın torunu olan Ariarathes X. Arcobarzanes’in görevden azliyle sona erene kadar, Kappadokia’nın kraliyet hanesinin devamı olarak görünen Arobarzanidler aynı zamanda Pontos-Kappadokia soyunun da bir üyesi olmaktadır.
The Ariobarzanid kings of Cappadocia belonged to a cadet branch of the Mithridatids of Pontus and the Ariarathids of Cappadocia, who merged their bloodlines in an undetermined moment previous to the reign of Ariarathes V. Therefore, these families descended from the ancient satraps of Dascylium, and in particular from a branch of this family installed in Cius which gave rise to the Pontic dynasty. This kinship explains some passages of Appian difficult to interpret. Henceforth, when the Romans settled Ariobarzanes I on the throne, they were supporting a family which was already well known to the Republic. Thus, the Ariobarzanids represented a continuity in the royal house of Cappadocia until it became extinct by the deposition of Ariarathes X. Arcobarzanes, grandson of the Numidian king Syphax, would have also been a member of this Pontic-Cappadocian lineage.
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