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Question 1:
Indo-Parthian Kingdom, Indus Valley Civilization and Vedic period are all:
History of Pakistan Iranian peoples Pre-Islamic heritage of Pakistan States and territories established in 21

Question 2: [14] These archaeological researches provided a quantity of Hellenistic artifacts combined with elements of Buddhist worship (________).
StupaBuddhismGreco-BuddhismBuddhist art

Question 3: From the 2nd century several Central-Asian Buddhist missionaries became in the Chinese capital cities of ________ and sometimes Nanjing, where they particularly distinguished themselves by their translation work.
HenanLuoyangZhengzhouKaifeng

Question 4: Around 20-10 BCE,[2], he made conquests in the former ________ kingdom, perhaps after the death of the important ruler Azes.
Western SatrapsIndo-ScythiansKushan EmpireIndo-Greeks

Question 5: The city of ________ is thought to have been a capital of the Indo-Parthians.
GilgitThattaTaxilaPeshawar

Question 6:
Indo-Parthian Kingdom, Seleucid Empire and Satrap are all:
History of Pakistan Persian history Empires and kingdoms of India Iranian peoples

Question 7: The Ksaharatas also held sway in ________, perhaps just outside Gondophares' dominions.
GujaratVadodaraBiharAhmedabad

Question 8: The ________ is a surviving 1st century guide to the routes commonly being used for navigating the Arabian Sea.
Western SatrapsPeriplus of the Erythraean SeaSilk RoadRoman trade with India

Question 9: The Greek philosopher ________ is related by Philostratus in Life of Apollonius Tyana to have visited India, and specifically the city of Taxila around 46 CE.
Roman EmpireAlexander SeverusApollonius of TyanaHadrian

Question 10: The nearby Hellenistic temple of Jandial is usually interpreted as a Zoroastrian ________ from the period of the Indo-Parthians.
ZoroastrianismFire templeParsiAtar







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