King Who Could Not Die, The
Added: Apr 29 2019
In 64BC lived a King so cruel that he killed his mother, his brother, and ordered a general massacre of his subjects, to celebrate his wedding day! His name was Mithridates the Great, King of Pontus and arch-enemy of Rome. The only excuse for his abominable cruelty is that he lived during a blood thirsty age, where he had seen his father killed during a banquet, and escaped his mother's murderous designs by fleeing to the mountains as a young boy...