Perhaps one of several kings of the Cantiaci, but certainly the first to issue inscribed coins. The styling of some of these coins is essentially Gallic, suggesting a date perhaps around 40 or 30BC. Other issues adopting Roman designs were probably produced later in the century, once again reflecting increasing contact between the south-east of the country and Roman Gaul. Towards the end of his period of rule, before the coins of Eppillus appeared on the scene in the initial years of the first century AD, other nobles issued incribed coinage in Cantium, one a Vosenios, and another possibly with the name Sa[…], though this may represent a mint mark. He could feasibly have been the second suppliant British king mentioned in the Augustan record. (see Dubnovellaunus of the Trinovantes.)