(Δομνέκλειος; Domnékleios). Celtic name; tetrarch of the Trocmi, the son and successor of Brogitarus [1. 1303; 2. 155]. D. was killed on Pompey's side at Pharsalus in 49 BC. After the death of Deiotarus his territory was awarded to his son Adiatorix by Antony but Augustus had him executed after the battle of Actium (Caes. B Civ. 3,4,5; Str. 12,3,6).
Antonius [I 9]; Brogitarus; Deiotarus; Trocmi
1 Holder, vol. 1
2 L. Weisgerber, Galatische Sprachreste, in: Natalicium. FS J. Geffken 1931.
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Spickermann, Wolfgang (Bochum),
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