|LC control no.||n 2004023199
|Personal name heading||Aristonicus, -128 B.C.
|Variant(s)||Aristonico, -128 B.C.
Aristonicus, d. 128 B.C.
Aristonikus, -128 B.C.
Eumenes III, King of Pergamum, -128 B.C.
|Found in||Bellum Asiaticum, c2003: t.p. (Aristonikos) p. 4 of cover (Eumenes III)
La rivolta di Aristonico e le origini della provincia romana d'Asia, 1968: t.p. (Aristonico)
LC database, Jan 5, 2004: (hdg.: Aristonicus)
Oxford class. dict. (Aristonicus, d. 128 B.C.; upon death of Attalus III of Pergamum, kingdom was bequeathed to the Romans; Aristonicus, possibly the illegitimate son of Eumenes II, led opposition to Roman rule, achieving some military success and asserting his royal claim (as Eumenes III); eventually defeated and put to death by Romans in 128 B.C.)
Encycl. Brit. (Aristonicus; pretender to throne of Pergamum; after his defeat Pergamum territory became the Roman province of Asia)