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Coin of Sanabares, minted in Sakastan.

Sanabares (Greek: ϹΑΝΑΒΑΡΟΥ Sanabarou; 135-160 CE) was an Indo-Parthian king. He was the last Indo-Parthian king to rule in Sakastan and south Arachosia.[1]

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  1. Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage - Michael Mitchiner - 1976, Volumes 7 à 9 - Pages 670, 717 and 770

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  • Olbrycht, Marek Jan (2016). "Dynastic Connections in the Arsacid Empire and the Origins of the House of Sāsān". In Curtis, Vesta Sarkhosh; Pendleton, Elizabeth J.; Alram, Michael; Daryaee, Touraj (eds.). The Parthian and Early Sasanian Empires: Adaptation and Expansion. Oxbow Books. ISBN 9781785702082.
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