King Antiochus I of Commagene (69-34 B.C.) had a sepulchral monument erected on the terrace of Nemrud-Dagh during his life. On the east part of the terrace the king had five colossal statues of about 8 m high erected between a lion
and an eagle. The gods are represented in a sitting posture on a throne and are: Apollo-Mithras […]; Tyche-Commagene; Zeus-Ahura-Mazda; Antiochus himself and finally Ares-Artagnes.
On the backs of the five thrones an inscription has been engraved (No. 32).