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The Empire of Alexander the Great and Succesor States

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  • Apollodotus I Indo-Greek King (deceased)
    Apollodotus I Soter (Greek: Ἀπολλόδοτος Α΄ ὁ Σωτήρ; the epithet means the "Saviour"; Sanskrit: महरजस अपलदतस त्रतरस, "maharajasa apaladatasa tratarasa") was an Indo-Greek king between 180 BCE and 160 BC...
  • Eucratides I, king of Bactria (deceased)
    Eucratides I (Greek: Εὐκρατίδης Α΄; reigned c. 170–145 BC), sometimes called Eucratides the Great, was one of the most important Greco-Bactrian kings, descendants of dignitaries of Alexander the Great....
  • Diodotus II King of Bactria (-252 - -223)
    =Diodotus II= Diodotus II (Greek: Διόδοτος Β΄; c. 252 BC-c. 223 BC) was a Greco-Bactrian king from c. 239 BC, son of Diodotus I. He is known for concluding a peace treaty with the Parthian king Arsaces...
  • Alcetas (deceased)
  • Demonicus (deceased)

Empire of Alexander

Alexander the Great

Kings of the Seleucid Empire

Bactrian Kings

Western Bactria

  • Eucratides I (c.170-145 BCE)
  • Eukratides II (c.145-140 BCE)
  • Heliokles I (c.145-130 BCE)
  • Antialcidas I (c.130-120 BCE)
  • Lysias (c.130-120 BCE)
  • Heliokles II (c.110-100 BCE)
  • Philoxenos (c. 100-95 BCE)
  • Amyntas (c.95-90 BCE)
  • Diomedes (c.95-90 BCE)
  • Nikias (c.90-85 BCE)
  • Theophilos (c.90 BCE)
  • Peukolas (c. 90 BCE)
  • Archebios (c.90BCE)
  • Hermaeus (c. 90-70 BCE)

Eastern Bactria

  • Antimachus I (c.185-170 BCE)
  • Demetrios II (c.175-170 BCE)
  • Menander (c.155-130 BCE)
  • Plato (c.145-140 BCE)
  • Zoilos I (c.130-120 BCE)
  • Strato I (c.130-110 BCE)
  • Polyxenos (c.100-95 BCE)
  • Demetrios III (c.100 BCE)
  • Epander (c.95-90 BCE)
  • Meander II Dikaios (c.90-85 BCE)
  • Artemidoros (c.85 BCE)
  • Apollodotos II (c. 80-65 BCE)
  • Hippostatos (c.65-55 BCE)
  • Dionysios (c.65-55 BCE)
  • Zoilos II (c.55-35 BCE)
  • Apollophanes (c.35-25 BCE)
  • Strato II (c. 25-10 BCE)

Ptolemaic Kingdom

  • Ptolemy I Soter (303–285 BC)
  • Ptolemy II Philadelphus (285–246 BC); ruled jointly with Ptolemy I Epigone (267–259 BC)
  • Ptolemy III Euergetes (246–221 BC)
  • Ptolemy IV Philopator (221–203 BC)
  • Ptolemy V Epiphanes (203–181 BC)
  • Ptolemy VI Philometor (181–164 BC, 163–145 BC), briefly ruled jointly with Ptolemy Eupator in 152 BC
  • Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator (never reigned)
  • Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II (Physcon) (170–163 BC, 145–116 BC)
  • Cleopatra II Philometora Soteira (131–127 BC), in opposition to Ptolemy VIII
  • Cleopatra III Philometor Soteira Dikaiosyne Nikephoros (Kokke) (116–101 BC) ruled jointly with Ptolemy IX (116–107 BC) and Ptolemy X (107–101 BC)
  • Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros) (116–107 BC, 88–81 BC as Soter II); ruled jointly with Cleopatra III in his first reign
  • Ptolemy X Alexander I (107–88 BC); ruled jointly with Cleopatra III till 101 BC
  • Berenice III Philopator (81–80 BC)
  • Ptolemy XI Alexander II (80 BC) married and ruled jointly with Berenice III before murdering her; ruled alone for 19 days after that.
  • Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos (Auletes) (80–58 BC, 55–51 BC)
  • Cleopatra V Tryphaena (58–57 BC) ruled jointly with Berenice IV Epiphaneia (58–55 BC) and Cleopatra VI Tryphaena (58 BC)
  • Cleopatra VII Philopator (51–30 BC) ruled jointly with Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator (51–47 BC), Ptolemy XIV (47–44 BC) and Ptolemy XV Caesarion (44–30 BC).
  • Arsinoe IV (48–47 BC) in opposition to Cleopatra VII