Tiberius Julius Synges

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Tiberius Julius Synges, also known as Synges (flourished 3rd century – died 276) was a prince and Roman Client King of the Bosporan Kingdom.

Synges was the second born son to the Bosporan King Rhescuporis V and his mother was an unnamed woman. He was of Greek, Iranian and Roman ancestry. His eldest brother was prince Pharsanzes and younger brother was prince Teiranes.

Synges succeeded his eldest brother Pharsanzes who co-ruled with their father, Rhescuporis V. Pharsanzes died in 254 and Synges succeeded as second co-ruler with their father in 258 and ruled with his father as Bosporan King until around 276. Synges was a contemporary to the Crisis of the Third Century. Little is known of the life and reign of Synges. Synges died around 276 and was succeeded by his younger brother Teiranes.

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Preceded by
Rhescuporis V
King of the Bosporus
258-276 (with Rhescuporis V) (with Teiranes 275-276)
Succeeded by
Teiranes and Sauromates IV