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Genealogy of the Arsacids

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The solid lines show father-to-son lineage and dashed lines indicate a questionable blood relationship or adopted brothers.

Arsaces I
(247-211 B.C.)
Tiridates Ι
Arsaces II  (Artabanus I)
(211-191 B.C.)
Phriapatius
(191-176 B.C.)
Phraates I
(176-171 B.C.)
Mithridates I
(171-138 B.C.)
Artabanus IΙ
(127-124 B.C.)
Unknown
Sanatruces
(77-70 B.C.)
Phraates II
(138-127 B.C.
Mithridates II
(123-88 B.C.)
Gotarzes I
(95-90 B.C.)
Orodes I
(90-80 B.C.)
Phraates III
(70-57 B.C.)
Mithridates III
(57-54 B.C.)
Orodes II
(57-38 B.C.)
Phraates IV
(38-2 B.C.)
Pacorus I
(39 B.C.)
Tiridates II
(29-26 B.C.)
Mithridates
(10 B.C.)
Phraates V
(2 B.C.-A.D. 4)
Vonones I
(8-12)
Unnamed Arsacid princessUnknownPhraates
(35)
Orodes III
(6)
Artabanus III
(10-38)
Cinnamus
(37)
Vonones II
(51)
Tiridates III
(35-36)
Mehardates
(49)
Vardanes I
(40-47)
Gotarzes II
(40-51)
Artabanus IV
(80-90)
Sanabares
(50-65)
Vologases I
(51-78)
Pacorus II
(78-105)
Osroes I
(109-129)
Mithridates IV
129-140
Vologases II
(77-80)
Vardanes II
(54-58)
ParthamasirisAxidaresMeredates of Mesene
(131-150)
Parthamaspates
(116)
Vologases IV
(147-191)
Vologases III
(105-147)
Osroes II
(190)
Vologases V
(192-208)
Tiridates IV
(224-228)
Vologases VI
(208-228)
Artabanus V
(216-224)

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