Coins from Indo-Greek Kingdom
The Indo-Greek Kingdom was a Hellenistic kingdom covering various parts of the northwest regions of South Asia (mainly modern Afghanistan and Pakistan) during the last two centuries BC.

It was ruled by more than thirty kings, often in conflict with each other. The most famous Indo-Greek ruler was Menander (Milinda), who had his capital at Sakala in the Punjab (present-day Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan).

The Indo-Greeks ultimately disappeared as a political entity around 10 AD following the invasions of the Indo-Scythians, although pockets of Greek populations probably remained for several centuries longer under the subsequent rule of the Indo-Parthians and Kushans.

Indo-Greek Kingdom

(1) Apollodotos I 180-160 BCE
Obverse: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΠΟΛΛΟΔΟΤΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ (Apollo standing facing, holding arrow and resting bow on ground)
Reverse: Maharajasa Apaladatasa tratarasa (Tripod), monogram in field
Ref: Mitchiner 209, HGCS 12/120
(2) Menandros I 165-130 BC
Obverse: helmeted draped bust right; BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣΩTHΡOΣ / MENANΔΡOΥ
Reverse: Athena Alkidemos left hurling lightning and holding shield; Mahara_ja_sa Tratarasa / Menadrasa, (HΔIM)
Ref: SNG ANS 879 ff., Bopearachchi 16I, ...
(3) Zoilos II 55-35 BCE
Obverse: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ ΖΟΙΛΟΥ (Diademed and draped bust right)
Reverse: Maharajasa tratarasa Jhoilasa (Athena Promachos advancing left, hurling thunderbolt and holding shield), monograms in field
Ref: None provided