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Rhescuporis I.

was king in the reign of Tiberius, as is evident from the annexed coin, by which we learn that he assumed the name of Tiberius Julius. He continued king at the accession of Caligula, as both the name and head of that emperor appears on his coins; but he must have died or been driven out of his kingdom soon afterwards, as Caligula made Polemon king both of Pontus and Bosporus in A. D. 39. [POLEMON, p. 434b.]

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