| the story of the Greek Kings of the Hellenistic India

The Ellinoϊndiko Kingdom there was a continuation of the Hellenistic Kingdom of Bactria capital Gandara. Held by the 2nd as the 1st century BC.. It was the center of Ellinoboydismoy. The Greek Bactrian Kingdom was founded in 250 e.g. from the Greek Bactrian satrap of Diodoto (a)’ the Savior , who seceded from the Seleykideis. Was-together with the subsequent Indoelliniko Kingdom- the easternmost edge of the Hellenistic world, covering an area between the Bactrian and
The Sogdian kentrikisAsias-modern northern Afghanistan- from the 250 e.g.. until the 125 e.g.. The expansion of the Greco-baktrianoy Kingdom in northern India from the 180 e.g.. He established the Indoelliniko Kingdom that endured until the 10 a.d, and was the center of
Ellinoboydismoy. The Kingdom for two centuries developed trade with India and China and spread in the Valley of the Ganges until the northern part of katalythike from Scythian nomadic tribes. THE Agathocles of Syracuse was a Greek King of India from to167 BC. until the 165 e.g.. During the reign of issued coins with depictions of his predecessors. Also issued coins in dual language, the Greek and the local Indian dialect. For illustration the use local iconography and Indian deities. The Pantaleon was a Greek King of Arachwsias and Kantchara, areas of the former Kingdom of Bactria and India, by to190 e.g.. until the 180 e.g.. Succeeded Agathocles. Released diglwsa currencies with local iconography. The Apollodotos the First was a Greek King of Bactria and India from the 165 e.g.. until the 163 e.g.. Minted new coins, and a new heavier weight, which widely circulated among the Indians. O Menadros (or Milinta in Hindi) was a Greek King tisBaktrias from the 163 e.g.. until the 145 e.g.. Born in Paramisades, region of the Kingdom of Bactria, It is unknown to most of his life before he became King. He came from a poor family and small followed the military profession. When the Eykratidis invaded Bactria and reached the capital, the Taxilla, the Menadros was invited to the face. The Menadros succeeded in blocking the troop of Eykratidi and carried with him a lot of battles without substantial predominance of one of the two opponents. At the same time the Parthians seeing invaded the Kingdom of Eykratida forcing him to leave Bactria by treaty with the Menandro. Menander was proclaimed King, and married the widow of the previous King Agathokleia Agathocles. Minted coins with Greek performances, with the indication «VASSILEOS SOTIROS MENANDROU " (and on the back in Kcharosthi ' MAChARAGIA NTARMIKASA MENANTRASA», where reference is made to the concept of Dharma as a translation of "law") or more frequently "VASSILEOS SOTIROS MENANDROU" (and on the reverse side the words «MENANTRASA» TRATASA MAChARAGIA). Embraced and promoted Buddhism and Indian tradition called Milinda. Has written an Indian epic (unknown author) for the Milinda Pancha Menadro, which refers to the Menadroy with the Indian wise Nagkasena. Waged many battles with the neighboring States and adding new lands to the Kingdom of. He died in 145 e.g.. during the campaign. O Straton of Sardis was King of Bactria from the 130 e.g.. until the 110 e.g.. Symbasilepse, because she was a minor, with the mother of Agathokleia. With the coming of, and after he had died and his mother, He assumed the throne. But the Government put the Bactria on adventures because of his inability to command. During the reign of the Antialkidas, Eykratidis ruler Kingdom of Bactria, invaded Basileio and captured Taxila forcing the Stratwna to use Pantapotamia. From there he learned that his brother Apollodotos I had taken the throne. The Diodotidis Ippostratos was a Greek King of Bactria. Reigned from 85 e.g.. until the 70 e.g.. He was founder of a small Kingdom that included the Arachwsia and the Gandarida. The Telephus was Indo-Greek King, rather short in Gkantara. When exactly reigned is not known, historians theorize that reigned on the mid-1st century BC. The Amyntas nikator was a King of the 85 e.g.. until the 75 e.g.. His Kingdom included the Valley of present-day Kabul. The 80 e.g.. the Amyntas captured Paropamisada and transferred the prwteyoysa of Alexandria to Kaykasw. Minted coins with Greek performances. The Ermaios was the son of a Greek King of Amynta and Bactria from the 50 e.g.. until the 30 e.g.. Married to Kalliopi, daughter of Ippostratoy and joined the two Greek kingdoms of Bactria in a, restraining competition and Division of many years. Recaptured many areas of Bactria. At the end of the reign of the basileio of not bore nomadic raids and had syriknwthei so, so was limited to the Kabul Valley. Eventually the 30 e.g.. the Kingdom collapsed. 30 eg: the nomads Sakas, under the chieftain Spalirisi, conquer India.


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