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Tiridates Definition

Tiridates was the latin form of Tirdad; and name of several Armenian kings. (Wikipedia) - Tiridates

Tiridates (Old Armenian: Տրդատ, Trdat) may refer to:

  • Tiridates I of Parthia (d. 211 BC), brother of Arsaces I
  • Tiridates II of Parthia, ruled c. 30–26 BC
  • Tiridates III of Parthia, ruled c. 35-36
  • Tiridates I of Armenia, ruled c. 56-59 and 62-88
  • Tiridates II of Armenia, ruled from 217-252
  • Tiridates III of Armenia, ruled 287-330, also known as Tiridates the Great
  • Tiridates, flourished 4th century and son of Tiran of Armenia
  • Tiridates, a prince from the Bagratuni Dynasty who lived in the 4th century who was the husband of the Arsacid Princess Eranyak
  • Trdat the Architect (c. 950-1020), chief architect of the Bagratuni Dynasty


  • Tiridates, a contemporary of Sohaemus of Armenia in the 2nd century
  • Trdat of Iberia, also known as Tiridates of Iberia, ruled c. 394-406
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