Sanatruces II of Parthia
Sanatruces II of Parthia, the son of Mithridates IV, was a pretender to the throne of the Parthian Empire during the disputed reign of his uncle Osroes I.When Osroes was deposed by the invading Roman ...
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Nashrihab
Nashrihab was a local governor at Hatra, an ancient town in modern Iraq. Nashrihab is known from many inscriptions of his son Naṣru and ruled from about AD 120 to 125. He was most likely the son of El...
Axidares of Armenia
Axidares or Ashkhadar also known as Exedares or Exedates (flourished second half of the 1st century & first half of the 2nd century, died 113) was a Parthian Prince who served as a Roman Client Ki...
Mithridates IV of Parthia
Mithridates IV of Parthia (flourished 1st century & 2nd century) was a Prince of Iranian and Greek ancestry. He ruled as King the Western Parthian Empire from 129 to 140. Mithridates IV was the yo...
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Gaius Julius Fabia Sampsiceramus III Silas
Gaius Julius Sampsiceramus III Silas (flourished second half of the 1st century & first half of the 2nd century, died 120) was a Syrian Prince and Roman Client Priest King of Emesa.Silas was a mon...
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Sohaemus of Armenia
Gaius Julius Sohaemus, also known as Sohaemus of Armenia and Sohaemo (Armenian: Սոհեմոս, Greek: Γάϊος Ἰούλιος Σόαιμος, Sohaemus is Arabic for little dagger, flourished 2nd century) was an Em...
Vologases III of Parthia
Vologases III (Parthian: Walagash, Persian: بلاش‎, Balāsh, Armenian: Վաղարշ), was a Parthian Prince who claimed the throne of the Parthian Empire about 105, in the last days of Pacorus II of...
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Bar Kokhba revolt
The Bar Kokhba revolt (Hebrew: מרד בר כוכבא‎ or mered Bar Kokhba), was a rebellion of the Jews of Judea Province, led by Simon bar Kokhba, against the Roman Empire. Fought circa 132–136 CE, it w...
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Vologases IV of Parthia
Vologases IV of Parthia (Parthian: Walagash, Persian: بلاش‎, Balāsh), was the ruler of the Parthian Empire from 147 to 191. He was the son of Mithridates IV of Parthia (129–140).
Volog...
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Rabbel II Soter
Rabel II Soter (ar-Rabil) was the last ruler of the kingdom of the Nabataea, ruling from AD 70 to 106.After the death of his father, Malichus II, ar-Rabil still a child, ascended to the throne. His mo...
Osroes I of Parthia
Osroes I (Parthian: 𐭇𐭅𐭎𐭓𐭅, Khusraw) was a prince of Iranian and Greek ancestry. He ruled the Parthian Empire from 109 to 129, with a brief interruption from 116 to 117. He succeeded his brother P...
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Tiridates II of Armenia
Tiridates II (Armenian: Տրդատ Բ, flourished second half of the 2nd century & first half of the 3rd century, died 252) was an Armenian Parthian Prince who served as a Roman Client King of Arme...
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Khosrov I of Armenia
Khosrov I (Armenian: Խոսրով Ա, flourished second half of the 2nd century & first half of the 3rd century, died 217) was a Parthian Prince who served as a Roman Client King of Armenia.Khosrov I...
Naṣru
Naṣru was a local governor at Hatra (an ancient town in the North of modern Iraq). He is attested by at least in 34 inscriptions found in the Hatra. Three of the inscriptions are dated (between AD 128...
Pacorus II of Parthia
Pacorus II (Persian: پاکور دوم‎, flourished 1st century & first half of second century), was king of the Parthian Empire from 78 to 105.
Pacorus II was the son of Vonones II and a Greek ...
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Osroes II of Parthia
Osroes II of Parthia (Parthian: 𐭇𐭅𐭎𐭓𐭅, Khusraw), was a claimant of the throne of the Parthian Empire c. 190. He is unknown to history except for the coins he issued. The date of his reign suggest...
Meharaspes
Meharaspes (Iranian: Mehrasp) was the Parthian client king of Adiabene in the early 2nd century CE. He was defeated by Trajan in 116; Adiabene was incorporated into the short-lived Roman province of M...
Parthamasiris of Armenia
Parthamasiris, also known as Partamasir or Parthomasiris (flourished second half of the 1st century & first half of the 2nd century, died 114) was a Parthian Prince who served as a Roman Client Ki...
Vologash
Wolgash or Vologash was a king of Hatra, an ancient city in nowadays Iraq. He is known from more than 20 inscriptions found at Hatra and reigned from about AD 140 to 180. He was the son of Naṣru who ...
Simon bar Kokhba
Simon bar Kokhba (Hebrew: שמעון בר כוכבא‎) (died 135 CE) was the Jewish leader of what is known as the Bar Kokhba revolt against the Roman Empire in 132 CE, establishing an independent Jewish st...
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Vologases V of Parthia
Vologases V of Parthia (Parthian: Walagash, Persian: بلاش‎, Balāsh), known in Armenian sources as Vologases II (Armenian: Վաղարշ, Vagharsh), was king of Arsacid Armenia from to 180 to 191, a...
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Parthamaspates of Parthia
Parthamaspates, was the Roman client king of the Parthian Empire and later of Osroene. He was the son of the Parthian emperor Osroes I.
After spending much of his life in Roman exile, he accompan...
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