|Mladjov: 87-79 BC; Pauly: 87-80
Sadalas I was an Astaean or Odrysian king who reigned over the Greek
cities on the east coast to the north and south of the Balkan chain,
Istros, Tomi, Callatis, Odessus (near Varna), Mesembria, and others. He
supported Cornelius Sulla against Mithradates VI. After the victory of Marcus
Lucullus over Mithradates, Thrace became a portion of the province of
Macedonia. Sadalas had to accept the suzerainty of Rome.
No coins were issued in the name of Sadalas I.