was a god in the Palmyrene
pantheon, the name occurring in Syrian inscriptions from Palmyra
and the Hauran. Pausanias
(vi.25, 26) mentions 'Satrapes' as the name of a god who had a statue and a cult in Elis
and is identified with Korybas
The origin of this 'god' is obscure. It may have arisen from a cult identifying the divine and royal aspect of the satrap's power, in a similar fashion to many deified personifications in Roman paganism, i.e. the goddess Pietas.