Visual Timeline: Indo-Greek
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200 BCE - 185 BCE: Demetrios is general for his father and then becomes king, greatly extending the kingdom in India.
200 BCE - 100 BCE: Scythians tribes migrate into Bactria, Sogdiana and Arachosia.
190 BCE: First appearance of multiple Euthydemid kings at the same time. Beginning of the Indo-Greek kingdoms.
171 BCE: In odrer to show the break of dynasty, Eucratides begin a new Yona (or Greek) era.
165 BCE: The Greco-Bactrian king Eucratides invades India.
155 BCE: Euthydemid Menander succeeds to push back Eucratides westward of Hindu-Kush.
130 BCE: Eucratids flee from Bactria to India. Rivalry between Eucratids and Euthydemids takes place in the Indo-Greek kingdoms.
110 BCE: Arachosia lost to the first Indo-Saka kingdom.
80 BCE: The Indo-Saka king Maues invades the Indo-Greek kingdoms. Resistance organized by both dynasties in the person of Amyntas.
80 BCE: Alliance between Euthydemids and Eucratids against the Indo-Sakas, under the rule of Amyntas.
70 BCE: Fall of Maues kingdom. Indo-Greeks conquer back their lost possessions.
70 BCE - 10 BCE: Last Indo-Greek kings, probably Euthydemid ones.
55 BCE - 50 BCE: Gandhara and Western Punjab lost to Indo-Saka kings.
10 BCE: Fall of the last Indo-Greek king, Strato II, defeated by the Indo-Saka king Rajuvula.