Menander, Indo-Greek king, 2nd cent. B.C

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著者の属性 個人
一般注記 Milinthapañhā. Thai. Milinthāpanhā, 1919: p. 8 (Phračhao Milin; Phrayā Milin)
Smith, V. A. the early history of India, 1914: p. 225 (Menander; had his capital at Kabul whence he issued about 155 B.C. to make the bold invasion of India; has been immortalized uner the name of Milinda in a celebrated dialogue, entitled 'The Questions of Milinda,' which is one of the most notable books in Buddhist literature)
Encyc. Brit., 15th ed.: v. 15, p. 142 (Menander (2nd century B.C.) the greatest of the Indo-Greek kings and the best known to western and Indian classic authors, was born in a village called Kalasi "not far from Alasanda" (Alexandria of the Caucasus)) p. 143 (name has survived in Buddhist literature as Miliñda (the other Indian forms of his name are Minedra and Menadra), is known from the Pali work Milindapañha ("The Questions of Milinda") as the Yavana king who was converted to Buddhism by Nagaseña after a long and intelligent discussion)
「ミリンダ王の問い 1-3」(平凡社,1963-64)
生没年等 2nd cent. B.C
から見よ参照 メナンドロス王(ギリシア人のインド王)<メナンドロス オウ>
ミリンダ王(ギリシア人のインド王)<ミリンダ オウ>
Menadra, Indo-Greek king, 2nd cent. B.C
Minedra, Indo-Greek king, 2nd cent. B.C
Milinda, Indo-Greek king, 2nd cent. B.C
Milin, Phrayā, 2nd cent. B.C
Milin, Phračhao, 2nd cent. B.C
コード類 典拠ID=1000050417  NCID=DA05059077
1 ミリンダ王の問い : インドとギリシアの対決 / 中村元, 早島鏡正訳 1,2,3. - 東京 : 平凡社 , 1963.11-1964.10