(Ἰάμβλιχος; Iámblichos). Personal name (regarding the form cf. ).
 Syro-Arab ruler, middle of 1st cent. BC
I., Syro-Arab ruler, probably identical with Phylarchus I of Arethusa and Emesa who was mentioned by Cicero (Fam. 15,1; 2). He was executed in 31 BC outside Actium in the army of Anthony. In AD 20 Augustus returned Emesa to his homonymous son (Cass. Dio 50,13,7; 51,2,2; cf. Str. 16,753).