It is possible that this Dobunnic ruler was the successor to the united Dobunnic throne following the re-merger of the tribe by Anted[…]. If this was the case, then he came to power around c.30AD, and was probably chieftain during the invasion campaigns of Plautius in 43AD, though whether he was leader of the faction of the Dobunni that surrendered to Plautius at Durovernon is unknown. It is equally possible, however, that Eisu was ruler of the entire Dobunnic kingdom about sixty years earlier in 30BC, which could feasibly make him the father of either Bodvoc and/or Corio. This variance is also apparent in the history of another Dobunnic monarch, Inam.