On his death in AD 23, his Roman-educated son Ptolemy of Mauretania succeeded him. The Emperor Caligula had Ptolemy executed in 40.  The Roman Emperor Claudius annexed Mauretania directly as a Roman province in 44, placing it under an imperial governor (either a procurator Augusti, or a legatus Augusti pro praetore).
|Country/Region of Manufacture||Ethiopia|
|KM Number||Mazard 241; MAA 95; Müller, Afrique 25; SNG Copenhagen 593|
|Provenance||Ownership History Not Available|