Arsaces Xxiv. or Pacorus
, succeeded his father, Vologeses I., and was a contemporary of Domitian and Trajan; but scarcely anything is recorded of his reign.
He is mentioned by Martial (9.36
), and it appears from Pliny (Plin. Ep. 10.16
), that he was in alliance with Decebalus, the king of the Dacians.
It was probably this Pacorus who fortified and enlarged the city of Ctesiphon. (Amm. Marc. 23.6