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27 us inscriptions at Peshawur (IV. 525), fell to pieces under Ac,oka's grandsons. Apollodorus of Artemita told us above that the fertility of the Bactrian soil enabled the Greek rulers to make important conquests (p. 12); he informs us that Eucratides founded the Bactria, and subjugated a city of Eucratideia in thousand cities in India. We may assume that Bactria under these princes was not merely powerful, but prosperous. According to the statement of Justin, a thousand Bactria, 1 cities were at that time enumerated in and we possess satisfactory evidence that and their courts, and the Greek settle- these rulers ments which Alexander founded in the distant East, were able permanently to establish the style and art of Hellas.
The fact that the forms of in Epic THE KINGDOM OF THE BACTRIANS. 45 the spirits thus changed into heroes by Epic song are turned into the forefathers of the kings and progenitors of the nation, further establishes the conclusion tli at here a military monarchy must have been in existence only warlike princes could appear as the heirs ; Moreover, the Avesta of heroes. C. Bactria with means not merely to achieve princes independence, but to maintain it against ; in the great kingdom of the Seleucids and to subjugate the land of the Indus (p.
E. the biting serpent, which swallowed horses and men, and threatened to But Thraetaona sacrificed a hundred horses to Ardvigura, a thousand oxen, and ten thousand head of small cattle, and called on the goddess, and with bound bundle of rods, on Vayu on his golden throne, with golden footstool and golden canopy, to grant that he might smite the strong l)ruj, which Angromainyu had created as the strongest and he overcame to bring death upon the pure world the monster, because Verethraghna was with him, the desolate the world.
A Short History of the European Working Class by W. Abendroth