is known only from the mention by Tacitus of his death in A. D. 17. (Tac. Ann. 2.42
.) Eckhel supposes him to have been a son of Tarcondimotus II., but it does not seem quite clear that he is distinct from the preceding, who may have been allowed to resume the sove-reignty after his brother's death. (See, concerning these obscure princes of Cilicia, Ecklhel, vol. iii. p. 83; Walther, ad Tac. l.c.