- He became Count in 1520 ST
- He died in 1525 ST
- He probably was instrumental in the deposition of his predecessor Count Tol due to his policies which angered "many gold-wearers"
- He had five sons Kilossi, Banali, Korogi, Nashalta and Fankarios
- He is noted for having two many sons which suggests that even in his own reign, they were a problem.
Source: Sun County