Arsaces (Grecized form of Iranian Arsh(a)k) is the eponymous Greek form of the dynastic name of the Parthian Empire of Persia adopted by all epigraphically attested rulers of the 'phil-hellenenic' Arsacid dynasties. The indigenous Parthian and Armenian form was Arshak.
Kings of this name include:
- Arsaces I of Parthia, c. 247–211 BC
- Arsaces II of Parthia, c. 211–191 BC, in older sequences known as 'Artabanus I'
- Arsaces of Pontus, Roman Client King of Pontus in the second half of the 1st century BC, son of Pharnaces II of Pontus
- Arsaces I of Armenia, son of Artabanus III of Parthia, King of Armenia in 35
- Arsaces II (Arshak II), King of Armenia c.350–368
- Arsaces III (Arshak III), King of Armenia 378–387
- Arsaces, son of King Khosrov IV of Armenia
- Arsaces (conspirator) - A Byzantine Armenian, instigator of Artabanes plot against Justinian I
- Ashk, Arshak, Arshaka
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