(L o Enulos Yn) Phoenician King of Byblos (Jbeil). In 332 B.c. put its fleet in the service of the Persian Darius III boats in the Aegean. When Byblos was taken by Alejandro Magno, Ainel, in addition to spreading of the Persians, put their boats at the disposal of the Macedonian King at the time of the shooting site, which earned him to be confirmed in his throne. It coined currency with the title of "King of Byblos".