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Orodaltis was a princess from Anatolia who lived in the 1st century
BC and was a contemporary to the first Roman Emperor Augustus, who
ruled from 27 BC to 14 AD. Orodaltis is a name of Iranian origin.
She was of Persian and Greek ancestry. Orodaltis was the daughter
of Lycomedes of Comana a nobleman from Bithynia who was of
Cappadocian Greek descent, who was the priest of the goddess
Bellona and priest-ruler of the temple-state of Comana, Cappadocia
who ruled as priest-ruler from 47 BC until after 30 BC and his wife
Orsabaris. The mother of Orodaltis, Orsabaris was a princess from
the Kingdom of Pontus, who was the youngest daughter born to King
Mithridates VI of Pontus from an unnamed woman from the concubine
of Mithridates VI.
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