Suetonio, in Tiber. c. 37. Thrascypolis, Velleio, l. 2. c. 129. Rhascupolis, Tacito, l. 2. Annal. c. 64. 66. Rhescuporis, Rhoemetalcis fil. Thraciae Rex, qui parte regni ab Augusto artributâ non contentus, in vasit Cotyi data. Et cum arma ponere Tiberius iussisset, Rhascuporis fratris filium Cotym ad convivium vocatum onerat catenis, eumque occidi iubet. Post, astu Pomponii Flacci, Moesiae propraetoris, captus, et in urbem tractus damnatusque est. Quare Alexandriam devectus, illicque fugam tentans, vel fictô crimine interficitur. Tacit. loc. cit.

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