Eumelos of Bosporus

Eumelos of Bosporus (fl. 309–304 BC) or Eumelus was a Spartocid ruler of the Bosporan Kingdom and a son of Paerisades.[1] Eumelos was the brother of Satyros II (not to be confused with his great-grandfather, Satyrus I, another Bosporan ruler) and Prytanis.

Eumelos
King of the Bosporan Kingdom
Reign309–304 BC
PredecessorPrytanis
SuccessorSpartokos III
BornUnknown, sometime before 320 BC
Panticapaeum
Died304 BC
Bosporan Kingdom
IssueSpartokos III
GreekΕύμηλος
HouseSpartocid
FatherPaerisades I
MotherKomosarye
ReligionGreek polytheism

He and his brothers engaged in a conflict for the throne, which was rightfully inherited by Satyros, the eldest of them, from his father.[2]