Synges King of the Bosporan Kingdom from 258 AD to 276 AD.
Tiberius Julius Synges was a prince and Roman Client King of the Bosporan Kingdom. He was the second born son to the Bosporan King Rhescuporis V and his mother was an unnamed woman.

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. He died around 276 and was succeeded by his younger brother Teiranes.
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