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Ὀρνοδοπάντης,) a Persian satrap, whom Bibulus persuaded in B. C. 50 to revolt from Orodes, the Parthian king, and proclaim Pacorus as king. (D. C. 40.30.) [Comp. Vol. I. p. 356a.] This Parthian name appears to be the same, with a slightly varied orthography, as that of Ornospades, which occurs in Tacitus. The latter was a Parthian chief of great power and influence in the reign of Tiberius. (Tac. Ann. 6.37).

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