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3. There is a king of Bosporus of the name of Satyrus, mentioned by Polyaenus (8.55), as waging unsuccessful wars with Tirgatao, a queen of the Ixomatae, who is probably distinct from either of the preceding, as that author represents him as dying of grief for his ill success, and being succeeded by his son Gorgippus. But nothing is known of the period to which these events are to be referred.


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