Mithradates II - Šāhanšāh of the Parthian Empire from 121 BC to 91 BC
Mithradates II was king of Parthian Empire from 121 to 91 BC.

He is regarded as the greatest of the Parthian kings, under whom the empire reached its greatest extent.
Mithradates II
King of Kings Mithradates II "God Manifest and Friend of the Greeks" of the Parthian Empire

Epithet: Epiphanes Philellen ("God Manifest and Friend of the Greeks")

(1) Mithradates II 123-88 BC
Obverse: Bare head bust 1., with medium beard, wearing diadem.
Reverse: Archer seated right on omphalos holding bow, palm branch in field to right, TV in exergue.
Ref: None provided
(2) Mithradates II 119-109 BC
Obverse: bearded diademed bust left
Reverse: archer without beard, with cloak and bashlyk seated on throne, holding bow; ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ ΑΡΣΑΚΟΥ ΕΠΙΦΑΝΟΥΣ
Ref: Sellwood 26.1; Shore 77
(3) Mithradates II 123-88 BC
Obverse: Long-bearded bust left wearing tiara
Reverse: Beardless archer wearing bashlyk and cloak seated right on throne, holding bow in right hand; no border; six-line Greek inscription
Ref: Sellwood 29, feine Tönung, kl.Sr., ...