Sames II - Basileus of Βασίλειον τῆς Kομμαγηνῆς from 130 BC to 109 BC
Sames II was the second king of Commagene. Of Armenian descent, he was the son and successor of Ptolemaeus of Commagene.

Sames reigned as king between 130–109 BC. During his reign, Sames ordered the construction of the fortress at Samosata which is now submerged by water from the Atatürk Dam.

Sames died in 109 BC. His wife was Pythodoris, daughter of the Kings of Pontus, and his son and successor was Mithridates I Callinicus.
Sames II
King Sames II of Kingdom of Commagene

Epithet: Theosebes Dikaios ()

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