), son of a tetrarch in Galatia, belonged to Antony's party, and killed all the Romans in Heracleia shortly before the battle of Actium.
After this battle he was led as prisoner in the triumph of Augustus, and put to death with his younger son. His elder son, Dyteutus, was subsequently made priest of the celebrated goddess in Comana. (Strab. xii. pp. 543, 558, 559; Cic. Fam. 2.12