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Arsaces Xi. or SANATROCES

SANATROCES, as he is called on coins. Phlegon calls him Sinatruces; Appian, Sintricus; and Lucian, Sinatrocles. He had lived as an exile among the Scythian people called Sacauraces, and was placed by them upon the throne of Parthia, when he was already eighty years of age. He reigned seven years, and died while Lucullus was engaged in the war against Tigranes, about B. C. 70. (Lucian, Macrob. 15 ; Phlegon, apud Phot. Cod. 97, p. 84, ed. Bekker ; Appian, App. Mith. 104.)

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