thumb|350px|Coin_of_Spalirises (50-47 BCE).
Obv:Spalirises in armour on a horse. Greek legend BASILEUS MEGALOU SPALIRISOU "Great king Spalirises".
Rev: Zeus holding thunderbolt.
Kharoshthilegend.] Spalirises (50-47 BCE) was an Indo-Scythian"Great king" of the 1st century BCE. He was the brother of Vonones(some of his coins explain he was "Brother of the king"), and probably identical with Spalahores.
The territories of Spalarises were apparently absorbed by
Azes I, his successor, who appears on the reverse on some of his coins.
* [http://www.coinarchives.com/a/results.php?results=100&search=spalirises Coins of Spalirises]
* [http://www.kushan.org/essays/chronology/azesvikrama.htm Discussion of the Azes and Greek Era]
* "The Shape of Ancient Thought. Comparative studies in Greek and Indian Philosophies" by Thomas McEvilley (Allworth Press and the School of Visual Arts, 2002) ISBN 1-58115-203-5
* "The Greeks in Bactria and India", W.W. Tarn, Cambridge University Press.
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