|Mother||Berenice, Princess of Pergamon|
|Born||c. 80 BC|
|Died||c. 50 BC|
Adobogiona (fl. c. 80 BC - c. 50 BC) was a Celtic Galatian princess from Anatolia. She was the daughter of Deiotarus and sister to Brogitarus from the Tolistobogii tribe. Her cousin was the King Deiotarus, a Roman client king of the triumvir Pompey.
Adobogiona married a wealthy patrician citizen from Pergamon called Menodotus. At some point, Adobogiona was rescued from poisoning at a banquet and became a mistress to King Mithridates VI of Pontus. Adobogiona bore Mithridates VI two children: a son called Mithridates I of the Bosporus and a daughter called Adobogiona. She was honoured by a surviving inscription discovered on the island of Lesbos and a portrait head of her has been discovered at Pergamon.
- S. Mitchell, Anatolia: Land, Men and Gods in Asia Minor, Vol. I (1956).
- A. Mayor, "The Poison King: The Life and Legend of Mithradates, Rome's Deadliest Enemy" Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009, ISBN 978-0-691-12683-8