ⓘ Arta (Kamuia)

                                     

ⓘ Arta (Kamuia)

Kharahostes’s own coins attest that Kshatrapa Kharaostes was the son of Artas Arta:

Kshatrapasa pra Kharaostasa Artasa putrasa i.e. Kshatrapa Kharaosta, son of Arta.

Some of the famous Kharaostas coins write Ortas, not Arthas.

Scientists say that Kamuio Yuvaraja Kharaosta of the Lion capital inscriptions is same Kshatrapa Kharaosta as, coins which have been studied by Dr Rapson and Dr Lueders. Currently generally agreed that Kshatrapa Kharaosta was son Arta, and that Yuvaraja Kharaosta and Kshatrapa Kharaosta were one and same historical personage.

The inscriptions a and E on the Mathura lion capital style Kharaosta as Yuvaraya Kamuio Kharaosta.

Based on the assessment of the relative ages of the various characters depicted in the lion capital inscriptions, Dr Stein Konova has determined that Yuvaraja Kharaosta Kamuio i.e. son of Artas was the father of Aiyasi Kamuia, the chief Queen Agra-Mahisi Saka Mahakshatrapa Rajuvula. See also.

Elderly that Arta, the father of Kharaosta, was the first husband Rajuvulas chief Queen who had married Rajuvula after the death of Arthas. However, Dr. S. Konova do not agree with this opinion. The fact that last name Kamuia has been used as Yuvaraja Kharaosta as well as Princess Aiyasi clearly proves that Aiyasi Kamuia daughter and not mother of Yuvaraja Kharaosta Kamuio, since it is fathers, not mothers lineage, which was adopted by their children.

It seems that art Arthas Ortas died before the date of the Mathura lion capital inscriptions.

Yuvaraja Kharaosta Kamuio, therefore, was the legitimate heir to the position, as King of kings of the Kingdom of Gandhara after king Moga.

Saka Governor Rajuvula had married Princess Aiyasi Kamuia, daughter of Yuvaraja Kharaosta Kamuio, probably to strengthen his political position and his claim to the throne of Taxila.

This prospect was obviously not loved the other chiefs of the Saka. This seems to be the reason why the name of the Shahanshahi has been discontinued, and only the title Kshatrapa and Mahakshtarpa obtained among the Sakas from that time. Later, these Saks organized a Samgha under Rajuvula and Patika, when Rajuvula took the title of Maha-Ksatrapa for the first time.

It turns out that for some reasons, that Yuvaraja Kharaosta Kamuio not have used the position of the king of kings after the death of MOGAS.

Many scientists, including the walls Konova, V. N. Bailey, R. K. Mukerjee, K. P. Jaiswal, J. L. kamboj, Buddha Prakash and others recognise that the names Kamuia and Kamuio question.in the Mathura lion capital inscriptions in the Kharoshthi / Prakritic forms of Sanskrit / Pali Kamboja or Kambojika.

Therefore, according to one school of scholars, king Maues, his brother Arta, Kharaosta and Kamuio Kharaostas daughter Aiyasi Kamuia --- all belonged to Kambojika or Kamboja clan or lineage.

                                     
  • island of Majorca. Arta ARTA or Artà may also refer to: Arta Kamuia elder brother of the 1st century BCE Indo - Scythian ruler Maues Arta Dobroshi born
  • Kasaye, but Sten Konow, on the other hand, reads it as Nada Diaka. Kamuia Arta Aiyasi Kamuia Kharaosta Kamuio or Kharahostes Maues Rajuvula Corpus Inscriptionum
  • was Nada Diaka, who was the daughter of Ayasia Kamuia However, according to Sten Konow, Ayasia Kamuia the chief queen of Rajuvula, was the daughter
  • Inscriptions, the Kamuia of the Lion Capital can very well represent a Sanskrit Kambojika . I shall only add that if Kharoshtha and his father Arta were Kambojas
  • Ayasi Kamuia who in turn was thought to be the widow of Arta whom Rajuvula later married. Konow refuted this view, and concluded that Ayasia Kamuia chief