Sanatruces of Parthia
King Sanatruces of Parthia (Persian: سیناتروک) (also Sinatruces or Sanatruk, c. 157 BC – 70 BC) ruled the Parthian Empire from c. 77 to c. 70 BC. He was a member of the Arsacid house, who, according to work attributed to Lucian, in the troubled times after the death of Mithridates II in c. 88 BC was made king by the Sacaraucae Scythians or Saka, an Indo-European tribe akin to the Parthians who had invaded Iran in about 77 BC.
- "Sinatroces, king of Parthia, was restored to his country in his eightieth year by the Sacauracian Scyths, assumed the throne and held it seven years." Makrobioi, 15.
Sanatruces in Byzantine tradition 
Sanatruces of ParthiaBorn: 157 BC Died: 70 BC
Orodes I (80 BC)
|Great King (Shah) of Parthia
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