Mithradates III - Šar Šarrāni of Pontos from ~220 BC to ~185 BC
Mithradates III was the fourth King of Pontus, son of Mithridates II of Pontus and Laodice. Mithridates had two sisters: Laodice III, the first wife of the Seleucid King Antiochus III the Great, and Laodice of Pontus. He may have ruled in an uncertain period between 220 BC and 183 BC. Nothing is known of him since the years just cited, because the kingdom of Pontus disappears from history.

Ironically, he is the first Pontic king to strike coins with his own portrait. He married an obscure Seleucid princess called Laodice. By this wife, he had three children: Mithridates IV of Pontus, Pharnaces I, and Laodice.
Mithradates III
King of Kings Mithradates III of the Kingdom of Pontus

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