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Philopator I.

was a son of TARCONDIMOTUS I. In common with his father he had espoused the cause of Antony during the civil war between the latter and Octavian, but on learning the tidings of the battle of Actium, and the death of Tarcondimotus B. C. 31, he declared in favour of the conqueror. He was nevertheless deprived of his kingdom by Octavian, and we do not learn that that he was subsequently reinstated, though in B. C. 20 we find his paternal dominions restored to his brother, Tarcondimotus. (D. C. 51.2, 7, 54.9.)

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