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Litterature: known authors

Diodorus Siculus, Bibliotheca Historica, XVIII.7: revolt of the Greeks of Bactria in 323 B.C. (Translation: Hoefer, F, La Bibliothèque historique de Diodore de Sicile, vol. IV, Hachette, Paris 1865) (Text and translation). 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

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Fan Ye, Hou HanShu, 88 (The Western Regions): cf. 8-18 about Arachosia, Kushans, India, Parthians, Romans and Sogdians, (Translation: Hill, J. E, 2003, available at http://depts.washington.edu/silkroad/texts/hhshu/hou_han_shu.html. (Translation)  

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HanShu, cf. VII (Notes on the Western Regions) about Kushans, Sogdians, Parthians, Ferghana and Wusun, (Translation: Wylie, A, Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Vols. III (1874), p. 401-452, V (1876), p. 41-80, and X (1881), pp. 20-73, and XI (1882), p. 83-115). (Translation)  
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Justin, Historiarum Philippicarum, XLI: Greco-Bactrians and Parthians from Diodotos to Eucratides

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(Translation: Arnauld-Lindet, M.-P, 2003) (Text and translation)

(Translation: Pierrot, Jules, Trogue Pompée, Traduction nouvelle, Paris 1833) (Text and translation)

(Translation: Watson, J. S, Epitome of the Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus, London 1853) (Text and translation)

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Plutarch, On the Fortune or the Virtue of Alexander the Great, I.5: Greek litterature in Asia (Translation: Bétolaud, V, Oeuvres complètes de Plutarque – Oeuvres morales, Vol.II , Paris 1870.) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

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Polybius, Histories, X.49: Battle of Arius river between Antiochus III and Euthydemus in 209 B.C. (Translation: Bouchot, F, Histoire de Polybe, vol. II, Charpentier, Paris 1847) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

Polybius, Histories, XI.34: Siege of Bactria by Antiochus III in 209-206 B.C. and the end of its Anabasis (Translation: Bouchot, F, Histoire de Polybe, vol. II, Charpentier, Paris 1847) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

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Strabo, Geographica, XI.9.2: Parthians and Bactria (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

Strabo, Geographica, XI.11.1: On Bactria and Sogdia (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

Strabo, Geographica, XI.11.2: On Greco-Bactrian kings (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg
Strabo, Geographica, XI.11.3: On life of the Bactrians and Sogdians (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg
Strabo, Geographica, XI.11.4: Alexander in Sogdia (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg
Strabo, Geographica, XI.11.5: Rivers of Bactria and Sogdia (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

Strabo, Geographica, XV.1.3: Who went the furthest? Alexander or Eucratides? (Translation: Tardieu, A, Géographie de Strabon. Vol.III, Paris 1909) (Text and translation) 120px-Greek_lc_alpha_svg

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