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Zenon (Zenobia) ? (Apvallah)

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Identité complète Zenon (Zenobia) Apvallah

Gallia Zenobia [Gallus] n. vers 280



naissance enfant: Zenon Apvallah (The Dancer) [Sassanid] d. 379


As her name suggests this princess represented a Blending of two cultures/races. The Xionites and the Hephtali. It is likely that her name was not Zenon Apvallah but that it is literally the tribal designation of her parents. It is most likely (Genetically confirmed through mDNA studies of her purported descendants) that Zenon had a Chionian father and a Heathobardic Mother.


Alchon or Alχon (Uarkhon) became the new name of the Chionites in 460 when Khingila I united the Uar with the Chionites under his Hephthal ruling élite. In India the Alchon were not distinguished from their immediate White Huns predecessors and both are known as Sveta-Hunas there. Perhaps complimenting this term, Procopius (527-565) wrote that they were white skinned, had an organized kingship, and that their life was not wild/nomadic but that they lived in cities. The Alchon were called Varkhon or Varkunites (Ouar-Khonitai) by Menander Protector (538-582) literally referring to the Uar and Hunnoi. Around 630, Theophylact Simocatta wrote that the European "Avars" were initially composed of two nations, the Uar and the Hunnoi tribes. He wrote that: "...the Barsilt, the Unogurs and the Sabirs were struck with horror... and honoured the newcomers with brilliant gifts..." when the Avars first arrived in their lands in 555AD.

Although the power of the Alchon in Bactria was shattered in the 560's by a combination of Sassanid and proto-Turkic forces, the last Hephthal king Narana/Narendra managed to maintain some kind of rule between 570 and 600 AD over the 'nspk' or 'napki' or 'nezak' tribes that remained after most of the Alchon had fled to the west.

Hepthali (Heathobard)

According to B.A. Litvinsky, the names of the Hephtalite rulers used in the Shahnameh are Iranian. According to Xavier Tremblay, one of the Hephthalite ruler's name, Khingila, has the same root as the Sogdian word xnγr and the Wakhi word xiŋgār, meaning "sword". The name Mihirakula is thought to be derived from Mithra-kula which is Iranian for "Relier upon Mithra", and Toramāna is also considered to have an Iranian origin. Accordingly, in Sanskrit, "Mihirakula" would mean from the "Kul (family or race) of Mihir (Mithra or Sun)". Janos Harmatta gives the translation "Mithra's Begotten" and also supports the Iranian theory

Notes et références

  1. Ojha, N.K. (2001). The Aulikaras of Central India: History and Inscriptions, Chandigarh: Arun Publishing House, ISBN 81-85212-78-3, -
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naissance: Balearic Islands
Herod (Hairan) Septimius Palmyra (Sigi Odinsson)
naissance: vers 230
décès: 267, Assasination
Herod Septimius Palmyra (Hodr, Hermod, Hairan)
naissance: vers 230, Palmyra
autre événement: co-king of Palmyra, Palmyra
décès: 267, Palmyra, assassination
Lucius Julius Aurelius Septimius Vaballathus Athenodorus ? (Balder Odinsson)
naissance: 260
domicile: Bellus, Vall d'Albaida, Valencia, Spain
titre ou distinction: 273, King of Palmyra
autre événement: 274, Exile
Josephus Phaetus Gallus
naissance: après 274
domicile: Atlantic Islands
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naissance: vers 280
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