SHA Gordian(i Tres) 23, 5-6: When, however, this trouble in Africa had been ended, 1 a war broke out with the Persians—this being in the first consulship of Pompeianus and the second of Gordian (i.e. 241). 6. But, before setting out for this war, the young Gordian took a wife, the daughter of Timesitheus, a most erudite man, whom Gordian considered worthy of being his relation because of his powers of eloquence, and immediately made him prefect. 2
(Magie, ii, pp. 423-5)
Agathias IV, 24, 2: The wicked Shapur of whom I have spoken succeeded him (i.e. Ardashir), and lived on for thirty-one years more, 3 doing great harm to the Romans.
(Cameron, 1969/70 p. 121)
al-Tabari, pp. 822-7 (Nöldeke, pp. 25-31): See Appendix I, pp. 280-3.