Agesilaos Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Greek Kings of Thrace Sparadokos

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Sparadokos was a son of Teres I, the founder of the Odrysian kingdom of Thrace - which consisted of much of modern-day eastern Bulgaria and parts of southern Romania, and was centered on the valley of the Hebros River - in the aftermath of the failed Persian invasion of Greece in 480-479 BC. Little is known about Sparadokos. His sibling, Sitalkes, succeeded his father as the ruler of the greater part of the Odrysian kingdom. Sparadokos gained control of some part of the kingdom, but precisely which part and its relationship to the rest of the kingdom is not known.

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Sparadokos was the first of the Odrysian kings of Thrace to strike coinage. The use of the eagle suggests he occupied the Macedonian city of Olynthos and struck his coins there. Sparadokos and his brother and co-ruler Sitalkes commanded an impressive cavalry force which posed a constant threat to the neighboring kingdom of Macedon, a threat that did not recede until Philip II defeated the last independent Odrysian kings, Kersobleptes and Teres II in 341 BC.

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