Suren Kingdom

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Suren Kingdom
c. 119 BC–240 AD
Status Monarchy
Capital Unknown
Common languages Parthian
Religion Zoroastrianism
Sakanshah  
• 119 BC-???
Unnamed
• ???-240
Ardashir Sakanshah (?)
Historical era Antiquity
• Established
c. 119 BC
• Disestablished
240 AD
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Indo-Scythians
Sakastan

The Suren Kingdom, also known as the Indo-Parthians, was a kingdom ruled by the House of Suren from c. 119 BC to 240 AD. The kingdom mainly ruled in Sakastan during its whole existence, but at its zenith, it stretched as far as Sindh. In 240, the kingdom was incorporated into the Sasanian Empire.

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The following list shows the known rulers of the kingdom:

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