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Shunga masculine figurine (moulded plate). 2nd–1st century BCE.
Devabhuti (r. 83 – 73 BCE) was the last king of the Shunga Empire in ancient India. He was assassinated by his minister Vasudeva Kanva and is said to have been overfond of the company of women. Following his death, the Shunga dynasty was then replaced by the subsequent Kanvas.
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