|"King of kings of Iran"|
Coin of Gotarzes I.
|Predecessor||Mithridates II of Parthia|
|Successor||Orodes I of Parthia|
Gotarzes I (Parthian: 𐭂𐭅𐭕𐭓𐭆 Gōtarz, Ancient Greek: Γωτάρζης Gōtarzēs) was the ruler of parts of the Parthian Empire from ca. 95 BC to 90 BC. He was the grandson of Phriapatius and came to power during the troubled times around the end of the reign of Mithridates II. He is mentioned on some astronomical tablets from Babylon and appears to have reigned for some time in Babylonia.
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.
- Strassmaier, Zeitschr. für Assyriologie, vi, 216.
- Mahler in Wiener Zeitschr. für Kunde des Morgenlands, xv, 63.
Gotarzes IBorn: Unknown Died: 90 BC
|Great King (Shah) of Parthia