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|King of Armenia|
|Reign||336 - 331 BC|
|Predecessor||Darius III Codomannus|
|Died||1 October 331 BC
Ironically his son, Mithrenes, Satrap of Lydia, had joined king Alexander III after being defeated at Sardis in 334 BC. He then fought at the Battle of Gaugamela on the side of Alexander. After the battle he was made Satrap of Armenia by Alexander.
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