|Geographical Origin:||Afghanistan, India, Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan|
Kidarite Kingdom, Kidara AV Dinar. Gandhara mint B, circa AD 340-345. Kidara standing facing, head left, sacrificing over altar and holding filleted staff; filleted trident in left field; Brahmi script: kappa" to right of altar, "kirada" below arm, "gadahara" in outer right field / Ardoxsho enthroned facing, holding filleted investiture garland and cornucopiae; tamgha in left field; Brahmi script: "yasha" in right field. MK 609; ANS Kushan 2414; Cribb, Kidarites B3; Donum Burns 807-809. 7.63g .
The Kidarites (Chinese: 寄多羅 Jiduolo) were a dynasty of the "Ki" clan named after their ruler Kidara. They were part of the complex of tribes known collectively as Xionites or "Hunas". Referred to as the "Red Huns", they established the first of four major "Hunic" states in Southern Asia, the next ones being in chronological order: the Hephthalites, the Alchon, and the Nezak.
In 360-370 CE, they established the Kidarite kingdom in the eastern regions of the Sasanian Empire, when they replaced the Kushano-Sasanians in Bactria.Thereafter the Sasanian Empire roughly stopped at Merv.
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