King mounted on a horse, holding a whip. Greek legend around ΒΑΣÎΛΕΩΣ ΒΑΣÎΛΕΩΝ ÎΕΓΑΛΟΥ / ΑΖΟY // Pallas Athena holding spear, and triratna symbol. Kharoshthi legend around Imtravarmaputrasa Aspavarmasa strategasa jayatasa ("Victorious strategos (general) Aspavarma, son of Indravarma"). 21mm, 9.32 grams. Senior 183.517T; Mitchiner AC#2488; Mitchiner Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage, #898. SKU T1899-53130
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Aspavarma (or Aspa) was a son of Apraca king Indravarman. He was an Indo-Scythian ruler of the clan of the Apraca, who ruled from around 15 to 45 CE. He ruled in the Bajaur area of modern Pakistan, and is considered one of the Apraca rulers, sometimes known as Apracharajas of Bajaur. He is essentially known through his coins and a few inscription.