Ti. Julius E., king of the Regnum Bosporanum, from AD 154/5 to c. 174, follower of Rhoemetalces. Coins to 170. Roman vassal, financially supported by the Romans (Lucian, Alex. 57). As the first king of the Bosporus he had a Sarmatic sign as his emblem. Most of the inscriptions come from Panticapaeum where his residence was located (IOSPE 2, 422, 438 et al.).
V. F. Gaidukevič, Das Bosporanische Reich, 1971, 348 n. 42; 351.
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von Bredow, Iris (Bietigheim-Bissingen),
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