Biography of King of Partia Arsaces I (s. III a.C.)

Founder, as believed, of the monarchy of babies who lived in the 3rd century BC in the time of Antiochus Teos; it rose Parthia at the time of an offence made to his brother Tiridates by the satrap Perecles, and formed an independent State whose capital was Hecatonpilos; He/She died, according to some, two years of reign, and others, much later in a battle against Ariarathes IV, King of Cappadocia.