He was the son of Antiochus that was called Soter, who died in Parthia.
In the times of Soter and Philadelphus, there would be no such forgeries tendered.
He was a poet, who, with others, had been employed by Soter in the education of his children.
After these victories he was worshipped by the Athenians as a tutelary deity under the title of Soter (“Preserver”).
Dionysius likewise mentions the public reading of the Epistle of Soter to the Corinthians.