ⓘ Kuda Tissa of Anuradhapura

                                     

ⓘ Kuda Tissa of Anuradhapura

Kuda Tissa was a king of Anuradhapura, the first established kingdom in ancient Sri Lanka. He ruled in the 1st century BC, between 50 BC to 47 BC. He succeeded his uncle Chora Naga as King of Anuradhapura and was succeeded by Siva I.

                                     
  • Siva I was King of Anuradhapura in the 1st century BC, who ruled in the year 47 BC. He succeeded Kuda Tissa as King of Anuradhapura and was succeeded
  • Anuradhapura and was succeeded by Kuda Tissa List of Sri Lankan monarchs History of Sri Lanka Kings Rulers of Sri Lanka Codrington s Short History of Ceylon
  • King of Anuradhapura in the second century, whose reign lasted from 193 to 195. He succeeded his father Kanittha Tissa as King of Anuradhapura and was
  • King of Anuradhapura in the 2nd century, whose reign lasted from 196 to 215. He succeeded his brother - in - law Kuda Naga as King of Anuradhapura and was
  • of Chora Naga and Kuda Tissa was the first Queen of Lanka. She had many lovers who were poisoned by her. She was finally killed by: Kuttakanna Tissa
  • Tissa was King of Anuradhapura in the 2nd century, whose reign lasted from 165 to 193. He succeeded his brother Bhatika Tissa as King of Anuradhapura
  • Kuda Naga a.k.a. Kunchanaga was King of Anuradhapura in the 2nd century, whose reign lasted from 195 to 196. He succeeded his brother Cula Naga as King
  • Maha Tissa was King of Anuradhapura in the 1st century BC, who ruled from 76 BC to 62 BC. He succeeded his adopted father Valagamba as King of Anuradhapura
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  • part of the Sinhala Kingdom. During the reign of Devanampiya Tissa 307 267 BC saw the introduction of Buddhism to the country through Ashoka of India
  • king of Sri Lanka, founding the Kingdom of Tambapanni and the dynasty subsequently founding the Kingdom of Upatissa Nuwara and finally the Anuradhapura Kingdom