Paerisades I

Paerisades I (Greek: Παιρισάδης) also known as Birisades, Pairisades, and Parysades was a Spartocid king of the Bosporan Kingdom from 342 to 310/9 BC.

Paerisades I
King of the Bosporan Kingdom and All Maeotians
Reign347-309 BC
PredecessorSpartokos II
SuccessorSatyros II
Borncirca 365 BC
Panticapaeum
Died309 BC
Bosporan Kingdom
ConsortKomosarye
Issue
GreekΠαιρισάδης
HouseSpartocid
FatherLeukon I
MotherTheodosia
ReligionGreek polytheism

His father was Leukon I, a Bosporan king who was responsible for establishing and expanding the kingdom from a mere hegemony centred around the city of Panticapaeum to a large Hellenistic kingdom in the Cimmerian Bosporus.