Ubouzanes

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Coin of the Indian-Parthian king Ubouzanes

Ubouzanes was a ruler of the remnants of the Indo-Parthian Kingdom in Arachosia in the first century CE. He was the son of Orthagnes.[1] He was unknown until the late 20th century when a hoard of coins was found in Jammu. Joe Cribb first analyzed them in 1985, discovering some belonged to a new ruler. Cribb placed him between Orthagnes and Pacores[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christine Fröhlich. "Indo-Parthian Dynasty." Encyclopædia Iranica.
  2. ^ Josef Wiesehöfer (1998). Arsacid Empire--sources and Documentation. Franz Steiner Verlag. pp. 402–. ISBN 978-3-515-07331-8.