Bergaios or Bergaeus (Greek: Βεργαῖος), 400 – 350 BC, was a Thracian king in the Pangaian region. He is known mainly from the several types of coins that he struck, which resemble those of Thasos. Bergaios could mean literally, 'a man from Berge but the legend on the coin is a personal, not a place name.
Coins of Bergaios 
Head of bearded Seilenos or satyr. Reverse: inscription ΒΕΡΓ beneath fish.
See also 
- The Odrysian kingdom of Thrace By Zofia Archibald Page 130 ISBN 0-19-815047-4
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